English, Article edition: RPNFCN: Stata module to provide a Mata generic function evaluator based on Reverse Polish Notation Henrik Stovring

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  • RPNFCN: Stata module to provide a Mata generic function evaluator based on Reverse Polish Notation
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  • Henrik Stovring
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  • mf_rpnfcn(cmd) returns the result of sequentially evaluating the commands given in the rows of matrix A. The fundamental commands allowed in A fall in the following categories: Stack manipulation--Commands that enter matrices into the stack, copy and interchange stack elements; Binary operators--The four basic arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; Single element functions-- Distribution functions which are executed on the current top element of the stack and replace it with the result; and Numerical integration functions-- used for numerical integration based on Monte Carlo with stratified, antithetic sampling.
  • Mata, reverse Polish notation, RPN, stack, numerical integration
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s456887
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