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G_ak.R
## Copyright (C) 2010 Marius Hofert and Martin Maechler
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library(nacopula)

#### Testing /  exploring  coeffG(), the coefficients  a_k  for
#### the Gumbel copula's generator derivatives and copula density

###--- Part 1 ----  Investigate  dsumSibuya() -----------------

## Use dsumSibuya() the way it's used from coeffG() :
dsSib <- function(d, alpha, method, log=TRUE) {
    stopifnot(length(d) == 1, d >= 1, is.numeric(alpha), is.character(method))
    dsumSibuya(x=d, n = 1:d, alpha=alpha, method=method, log=log)
}
(ds.MethsA <- eval(formals(dsumSibuya)$method))
ds.Meths  <- ds.MethsA[ds.MethsA != "RmpfrM"]
(ds.Meths1 <- ds.Meths [ds.Meths  != "Rmpfr"])
dsSibA <- function(d, alpha, methods = ds.Meths, log=TRUE) {
    stopifnot(length(d) == 1, d >= 1, is.numeric(alpha))
    structure(
              vapply(methods, dsumSibuya, FUN.VALUE = rep.int(NA_real_, d),
                     x=d, n = 1:d, alpha=alpha, log=log),
              alpha=alpha, log=log)
}
p.dsSib <- function(dsSmat, type="l", ...) {
    stopifnot(is.matrix(dsSmat), (p <- ncol(dsSmat)) >= 1,
              is.numeric(alp <- attr(dsSmat, "alpha")))
    d <- nrow(dsSmat)
    matplot (dsSmat, type=type, xlab = quote(k), ylab = "",
             main = paste("dsumSibuya(x= (d= )", d,
             ", n= (k= ) 1:d, alpha=", formatC(alp),", log = ",attr(dsSmat,"log"),")",
             sep=""), col=1:p, lty=1, ...)
    legend("topright", colnames(dsSmat),
           pch = if(type %in%c("o","b","p")) paste(1:p),
           col=1:p, lty=1, bty="n")
}

str(m50..1 <- dsSibA(50, alpha = 0.1))
stopifnot(is.matrix(m50..1))
p.dsSib(m50..1)## -- now Rmpfr has no NaN anymore!

p.dsSib(dsSibA(60, alpha = 0.4))
p.dsSib(dsSibA(70, alpha = 0.4))
p.dsSib(dsSibA(80, alpha = 0.4), type="b")

p.dsSib(ds70 <- dsSibA(70,  alpha = 0.1))
## more extreme:
p.dsSib(ds1c <- dsSibA(100, alpha = 0.01))

##--> For small alpha and "large" d,  even Rmpfr  (now "Rmpfr0")
## is not good enough...

## Look at the values *before* log(.) :
dsumSibuya(50, 1:50, alpha=0.1, method="Rmpfr")
dd <- dsumSibuya(50, 1:50, alpha=mpfr(0.1, 200), method="Rmpfr")# now -- higher prec. -- all fine!
plot(dd, log="y")



###--- Part 2 ------------------------------------------------

coeffG <- nacopula:::coeffG


### step (1): look at the a_k's, check if they can be evaluated ################

## Now, explore things seriously :

## use all methods for a set of alpha and d.vec
cGmeths <- function() {
    mm <- eval(formals(coeffG)$method)
    ## for now - do not use deprecated,..
    mm[!(mm %in% c("dsumSibuya", "dsSib.RmpfrM"))]
}

cGmeths()

## need the fixed sapply() {or R >= 2.13.x} :
if(getRversion() < "2.13")
    source(system.file("Rsource", "fixup-sapply.R", package="nacopula"))

asN <- function(x, name=deparse(substitute(x))[1]) {
    names(x) <- paste(name, vapply(x, format, ""), sep="=")
    x
}

cG.all <- function(alpha, d.s, meths = NULL) {
    if(is.null(meths)) meths <- cGmeths()
    stopifnot(is.numeric(alpha), is.numeric(d.s), is.character(meths))
    ##
    ## the asN(.) below ensure nice dimnames
    sapply(asN(d.s, "d"), function(d) {
        cat("\nd = ", d,"\n--------\n\n")
        sapply(asN(alpha), function(al) {
            cat("alpha = ", format(al), "\n")
            sapply(meths, coeffG, d=d, alpha=al, log=TRUE)
        }, simplify = "array")
    }, simplify=FALSE)
}

alph.vec <- c(.1, .3, .5, .7, .8, .9, .99, .995)## = 1 - tau
## desirable, but too long for demo:
## d.vec <- c(5,10*(1:10), 20*(6:10))
##--> smaller and fewer for now:
d.vec <- c(5,10*c(1:3, 5, 7, 10, 15))
d.vec <- c(5,10*c(1:3, 5))

options(warn = 1)# show them immediately

ak.all <- cG.all(alpha = alph.vec, d.s = d.vec)
## --> > many warnings, only for  d >= 30
## d =  30, alpha in {0.1, 0.3}
## d >= 40: for all alpha

stopifnot("array" == sapply(ak.all, class))
str(head(ak.all, 3))
ak.all$`d=20`[,,"alpha=0.99"]
## TODO improve the checks, now we have the dsSib.Rmpfr version
chk1 <- function(ak.mat, tol = 1e-7) {
    stopifnot(is.matrix(ak.mat), (d <- nrow(ak.mat)) >= 2)
    n.meth <- ncol(ak.mat)
    med <- apply(ak.mat, 1, median, na.rm=TRUE)
    apply(ak.mat, 2, all.equal, target=med, tol=tol)
}

chk1(ak.all$`d=20`[,,"alpha=0.3"])
## chk1(ak.all$`d=90`[,,"alpha=0.3"])

chk.all <-
    lapply(ak.all, function(ak.arr) apply(ak.arr, 3, chk1))
chk.all # quite interesting -- but is the median the truth ??

ak.all$`d=50`[,,"alpha=0.1"] ##--> we see that some "Rmpfr" results got NaN !!!

source(system.file("test-tools-1.R", package="Matrix"))#-> relErr()
relE.ak <- function(ak.mat, tol = 1e-7, trNam = "dsSib.Rmpfr") {
    stopifnot(is.matrix(ak.mat), (d <- nrow(ak.mat)) >= 2,
              is.numeric(true <- ak.mat[, trNam]))
    n.meth <- ncol(ak.mat)
    apply(ak.mat[,trNam != colnames(ak.mat)], 2, relErr, target= true)
}

relE.ak(ak.all$`d=20`[,,"alpha=0.3"])
relE.all <- lapply(ak.all, function(ak.arr) apply(ak.arr, 3, relE.ak))
print(relE.all, digits = 4) # --- wow!


## For d = 5,..85  this is fine (unless for large alpha (!) :

(a.k <- coeffG(100, 0.55, method = "horner"))
## => just works [but in the "extreme area", the numbers are not quite correct,
##    e.g., a.k[53] = 4.325e+83 and Maple says 4.627673570e83]

## conclusion: large alpha's [small theta's] cause the problems!!!
## ==========

## An example showing that for  "dsumSibuya" the problem is exactly *small* alphas:
plot (a.k.H <- coeffG(100, 0.01, method = "horner"), type = "l", lwd=3, log="y")
lines(a.k.J <- coeffG(100, 0.01, method = "dsSib.log"), col=2, type ="o")
lines(a.k.s <- coeffG(100, 0.01, method = "sort"), col=3, type ="l")
lines(a.k.d <- coeffG(100, 0.01, method = "direct"),
      col=adjustcolor("blue"), type ="l", lwd=4)


set.seed(1)

n <- 50
d <- 100
tau <- 0.2
theta <- copGumbel@tauInv(tau)
alpha <- 1/theta

## animate this
library(animation)
library(lattice)

m <- 50 # frames
plot.list <- vector("list", m)
alpha.list <-  (1:m)/(m+1)
d <- 100
for(i in 1:m){
    coeffs <- coeffG(d, alpha.list[i], log=TRUE, method = "dsumSibuya")
    plot.list[[i]] <-
        xyplot(coeffs~1:d, type="l", xlim = c(-3,104), ylim = c(-303,374),
               xlab = "k", ylab = expression(log(a[k])), aspect = 1,
               main = substitute(expression(alpha == alpha.),
               list(alpha. = alpha.list[i])))
}
saveHTML(for(i in 1:m) print(plot.list[[i]]))

## conclusion: seems to be better for large alpha [seems to work for alpha >= 0.78,
##             including our test case by a whisker... not totally satisfactory so far]


plot(coeffs~1:100, type="l", xlim = c(-3,104), ylim = c(-303,374),
                             xlab = "k", ylab = expression(log(a[k])), aspect = 1,
                             main = substitute(expression(alpha == alpha.),
                             list(alpha. = alpha.list[i])))
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