The JulianDateFunctionDetails type exposes the following members.
Gets the value of the function at the CurrentDate.
Gets a value indicating whether CurrentValue is valid. CurrentValue is invalid if the function was not sampled for the CurrentDate.
Gets or sets the HierarchicalLogger, used to provide debugging output for the findings analysis.
Gets the JulianDateFunctionExplorer that is exploring this function.
Gets or sets the criteria used for convergence when searching for a precise local extremum of this function. When set to Variable, the ExtremumDateTolerance is used. When set to Function, the ExtremumValueTolerance is used. Convergence can also be allowed on Either criteria or Both criteria can be required. By default, this property has the value Variable.
Gets or sets the tolerance with which to converge on function value when finding a local extremum of this function. By default, this property has the value 0.0, but it is ignored because ExtremumConvergenceCriteria is set to Variable.
Gets or sets the function to explore.
Gets the value of the function at the PreviousPreviousDate.
Gets a value indicating whether PreviousPreviousValue is valid. PreviousPreviousValue is invalid if the function was not sampled for the PreviousPreviousDate.
Gets the value of the function at the PreviousDate.
Gets a value indicating whether PreviousValue is valid. PreviousValue is invalid if the function was not sampled for the PreviousDate.
Gets the collection of thresholds of interest.