The JulianDateFunctionExplorer type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the tolerance with which to converge on date when finding a precise crossing of a threshold. By default, this property has the value 0.005 seconds (5 milliseconds).
Gets the current date, which is the date of the most recent sample.
Gets or sets a logger to which debugging information will be written.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether extrema should be explored if exploring those extrema could lead to additional threshold crossings being identified. Consider three sample points where the middle sampled value is higher than the other two so that the three points form two line segments with opposite slope. This configuration indicates that a local maximum exists somewhere between the three points. If all three points are below a threshold, it's possible that the local maximum, if found, will lie above the threshold. When this property is , that extremum is explored until it is found precisely, or it is determined based on ExtremaCrossingUncertaintyFactor that the extremum is unlikely to cross any threshold values. Such an extrema is explored even if FindAllExtremaPrecisely is . By default, this property has the value .
Gets or sets a value determining how finely to explore an extremum with the potential to cross a threshold. At each iteration exploring the extremum this factor is multiplied against that iteration's Error to determine the tolerance to compare against the difference between the current guess of the extrema and the closest applicable threshold value. This property is only used if FindAllExtremaPrecisely is set to and ExploreExtremaToFindCrossings is set to . By default, this property has the value PositiveInfinity which effectively causes a complete search of all extrema. If you do not desire to completely search all extrema with the potential to cross a threshold, set this to a value greater than 1.0.
Gets or sets the tolerance with which to converge on date when precisely finding a local extremum. By default, this property has the value 0.005 seconds (5 milliseconds).
Gets or sets a value indicating whether all extrema should be found precisely. If this property is , precise extrema will only be found if FindPreciseExtremum is called during the ThresholdCrossingIndicated event, or if ExploreExtremaToFindCrossings is and the indicated extrema might cross the threshold. By default, this property has the value .
Gets the collection of functions to be explored.
Gets the date of the previous sample.
Gets the date of the previous, previous sample.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether extrema should be reported at the start and stop times given to Explore(JulianDate, JulianDate) when the function is not flat at those endpoints. By default, this property has the value .