RcppSMC 0.1.2

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Late last week, and just before leaving to participate in
this crazy thing,
I managed to get a new version of
RcppSMC onto
CRAN.

RcppSMC
combines the SMCTC template classes for Sequential Monte Carlo and Particle
Filters (Johansen, 2009, JSS) with the Rcpp package for R/C++ Integration
(Eddelbuettel and Francois, 2011, JSS) and thereby allows for easier and more
direct access from R to the computational core of the Sequential Monte Carlo algorithm.

This release regroups a few minor changes we accumulated over the last few
months, but was triggered by the
Rcpp 0.11.0 release
last week.

The NEWS entry is below:

Changes in RcppSMC version 0.1.2 (2014-02-06)

  • Updated for Rcpp 0.11.0 with explicit importFrom
    in NAMESPACE and corresponding versioned Imports: in DESCRIPTION;
    also removed linking instruction from src/Makevars as no it
    is longer needed with this new Rcpp version

  • Addded GitHub / Travis CI support

  • Use more portable dev.new() rather than x11() in pfLinearBS.R

  • Applied some corrections to pfNonlinBS.R example

  • Converted NEWS to NEWS.Rd

Courtesy of
CRANberries, there
is also a diffstat report
relative to the previous release.
As always, more detailed information is on the RcppSMC page,

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