`sobolset`

is a quasi-random point set class
that produces points from the Sobol sequence. The Sobol sequence is
a base-2 digital sequence that fills space in a highly uniform manner.

sobolset | Construct Sobol quasi-random point set |

Methods in the following table are inherited from `qrandset`

.

disp | Display qrandset object |

end | Last index in indexing expression for point set |

length | Length of point set |

ndims | Number of dimensions in matrix |

net | Generate quasi-random point set |

scramble | Scramble quasi-random point set |

size | Number of dimensions in matrix |

subsref | Subscripted reference for qrandset |

PointOrder | Point generation method |

Properties in the following table are inherited from `qrandset`

.

Dimensions | Number of dimensions |

Leap | Interval between points |

ScrambleMethod | Settings that control scrambling |

Skip | Number of initial points to omit from sequence |

Type | Name of sequence on which point set `P` is
based |

Value. To learn how this affects your use of the class, see Comparing Handle and Value
Classes in the MATLAB^{®} Object-Oriented Programming documentation.

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[4] Matousek, J., "On the L2-discrepancy for anchored boxes," Journal of Complexity, Vol. 14, pp. 527-556, 1998.

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