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Subject: [Boostcommit] svn:boost r85123  trunk/libs/accumulators/doc
From: eric_at_[hidden]
Date: 20130723 01:13:22
Author: eric_niebler
Date: 20130723 01:13:22 EDT (Tue, 23 Jul 2013)
New Revision: 85123
URL: http://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/changeset/85123
Log:
silly typos, refs #7915
Text files modified:
trunk/libs/accumulators/doc/accumulators.qbk  28 ++++++++++++++
1 files changed, 14 insertions(+), 14 deletions()
Modified: trunk/libs/accumulators/doc/accumulators.qbk
==============================================================================
 trunk/libs/accumulators/doc/accumulators.qbk Tue Jul 23 00:56:21 2013 (r85122)
+++ trunk/libs/accumulators/doc/accumulators.qbk 20130723 01:13:22 EDT (Tue, 23 Jul 2013) (r85123)
@@ 123,7 +123,7 @@
primitives which fit within the framework.
* Users push data into the _accumulator_set_ object one sample at a time.
* The _accumulator_set_ computes the requested quantities in the most efficient method
 possible, resolving dependencies between requested calculations, possibly cacheing
+ possible, resolving dependencies between requested calculations, possibly caching
intermediate results.
The Accumulators Framework defines the utilities needed for defining primitive
@@ 155,7 +155,7 @@
a sample type and a list of features. The accumulator set uses this
information to generate an ordered set of accumulators depending on
the feature dependency graph. An accumulator set accepts samples one
 datum at a time, propogating them to each accumulator in order. At any
+ datum at a time, propagating them to each accumulator in order. At any
point, results can be extracted from the accumulator set.]]
[[Extractor] [A function or function object that can be used to extract a result
from an _accumulator_set_.]]
@@ 602,7 +602,7 @@
accumulator_set< double, features< tag::sum, droppable<tag::mean> > > acc;
`mean` depends on `sum` and `count`. Since `mean` is droppable, so too is `count`.
However, we have explictitly requested that `sum` be not droppable, so it isn't. Had
+However, we have explicitly requested that `sum` be not droppable, so it isn't. Had
we left `tag::sum` out of the above declaration, the `sum` accumulator would have
been implicitly droppable.
@@ 735,7 +735,7 @@
Here, `impl` is a binary [@../../libs/mpl/doc/refmanual/metafunctionclass.html
MPL Metafunction Class], which is a kind of _mpl_lambda_expression_. The nested
`apply<>` template is part of the metafunction class protocol and tells MPL how
to to build the accumulator type given the sample and weight types.
+to build the accumulator type given the sample and weight types.
All features must also provide a nested `is_weight_accumulator` typedef. It must
be either `mpl::true_` or `mpl::false_`. _depends_on_ provides a default of
@@ 940,7 +940,7 @@
struct average;
}}}
If you have some userdefined type `MyDouble` for which you would like to customimze the behavior
+If you have some userdefined type `MyDouble` for which you would like to customize the behavior
of `numeric::average()`, you would specialize `numeric::functional::average<>` by
first defining a tag type, as shown below:
@@ 1004,11 +1004,11 @@
In the following table, `F` is the type of a feature and `S` is some scalar type.
[table Featue Requirements
+[table Feature Requirements
[[[*Expression]] [[*Return type]] [[*Assertion / Note /
Pre / Postcondition]]]
[[`F::dependencies`] [['unspecified]] [An MPL sequence of other features on
 which which `F` depends.]]
+ which `F` depends.]]
[[`F::is_weight_accumulator`] [`mpl::true_` or
`mpl::false_`] [`mpl::true_` if the accumulator for
this feature should be made external
@@ 1027,7 +1027,7 @@
[section The Statistical Accumulators Library]
The Statistical Accumulators Library defines accumulators for incremental statistial
+The Statistical Accumulators Library defines accumulators for incremental statistical
computations. It is built on top of [link accumulators.user_s_guide.the_accumulators_framework
The Accumulator Framework].
@@ 1865,7 +1865,7 @@
>
``]]
[[Depends On] [`count` \n
 In addtion, `tag::peaks_over_threshold_prob<>` depends on `tail<_left_or_right_>`]]
+ In addition, `tag::peaks_over_threshold_prob<>` depends on `tail<_left_or_right_>`]]
[[Variants] [`peaks_over_threshold_prob<_left_or_right_>`]]
[[Initialization Parameters] [ `tag::peaks_over_threshold::threshold_value` \n
`tag::peaks_over_threshold_prob::threshold_probability` \n
@@ 1990,7 +1990,7 @@
[section:pot_tail_mean pot_tail_mean]
Estimation of the (coherent) tail mean based on the peaks over threshold method (for both left and right tails).
For inplementation details, see [classref boost::accumulators::impl::pot_tail_mean_impl [^pot_tail_mean_impl]].
+For implementation details, see [classref boost::accumulators::impl::pot_tail_mean_impl [^pot_tail_mean_impl]].
Both `tag::pot_tail_mean<_left_or_right_>` and `tag::pot_tail_mean_prob<_left_or_right_>` satisfy the
`tag::tail_mean` feature and can be extracted using the `tail_mean()` extractor.
@@ 2173,7 +2173,7 @@
[section:skewness skewness]
The skewness of a sample distribution is defined as the ratio of the 3rd central moment and the [^3/2]th power
of the 2nd central moment (the variance) of the sampless 3. For implementation details, see
+of the 2nd central moment (the variance) of the samples 3. For implementation details, see
[classref boost::accumulators::impl::skewness_impl [^skewness_impl]].
[variablelist
@@ 2341,7 +2341,7 @@
[section:coherent_tail_mean coherent_tail_mean]
Estimation of the coherent tail mean based on order statistics (for both left and right tails).
The left coherent tail mean feature is `tag::coherent_tail_mean<left>`, and the right choherent
+The left coherent tail mean feature is `tag::coherent_tail_mean<left>`, and the right coherent
tail mean feature is `tag::coherent_tail_mean<right>`. They both share the `tag::tail_mean` feature
and can be extracted with the `tail_mean()` extractor. For more implementation details, see
[classref boost::accumulators::impl::coherent_tail_mean_impl [^coherent_tail_mean_impl]]
@@ 3362,7 +3362,7 @@
histogram_type histogram_upper = weighted_p_square_cumulative_distribution(acc_upper);
histogram_type histogram_lower = weighted_p_square_cumulative_distribution(acc_lower);
 // Note that applaying importance sampling results in a region of the distribution
+ // Note that applying importance sampling results in a region of the distribution
// to be estimated more accurately and another region to be estimated less accurately
// than without importance sampling, i.e., with unweighted samples
@@ 3536,7 +3536,7 @@
[section:weighted_skewness weighted_skewness]
The skewness of a sample distribution is defined as the ratio of the 3rd central moment and the [^3/2]th power
of the 2nd central moment (the variance) of the sampless 3. The skewness estimator for weighted samples
+of the 2nd central moment (the variance) of the samples 3. The skewness estimator for weighted samples
is formally identical to the estimator for unweighted samples, except that the weighted counterparts of
all measures it depends on are to be taken.
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