VAN_DER_CORPUT is a dataset directory which contains points generated by the 1-dimensional van der Corput sequence.
The arguments that the user may set include:
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
HALTON, a dataset directory which contains examples of the Halton sequence, a multi-dimensional generalization of the van der Corput sequence.
HAMMERSLEY, a dataset directory which contains examples of the Hammersley sequence, a multi-dimensional generalization of the van der Corput sequence.
SEQUENCE_STREAK_DISPLAY, a MATLAB program which can make a "streak plot" of a sequence.
TABLE, a file format which is used to store these datasets.
VAN_DER_CORPUT, a C++ library which computes elements of a 1D van der Corput quasirandom sequence.
VAN_DER_CORPUT_DATASET, a C++ program which creates a van der Corput quasirandom sequence and writes it to a file.
A typical (but small) dataset looks like this:
# van_der_corput_2_0_10.txt # created by VAN_DER_CORPUT_WRITE.F90 # # File generated on March 20 2005 3:04:35.796 PM # # N = 10 # SEED = 0 # BASE = 2 # EPSILON (unit roundoff ) = 0.222045E-15 # 0.00000 0.500000 0.250000 0.750000 0.125000 0.625000 0.375000 0.875000 0.625000E-01 0.562500
van_der_corput_2_0_* uses BASE = 2, SEED = 0, and N = 10, 20, 40, 80, 100.
van_der_corput_2_5_10 uses BASE = 2, SEED = 5, N = 10.
van_der_corput_3_0_10 uses BASE = 3, SEED = 0, N = 10.
van_der_corput_10_0_10 uses BASE = 10, SEED = 0, N = 10.
You can go up one level to the DATASETS directory.