From: Ingraham, Andrew (Andrew.Ingraham@compaq.com)
Date: Mon Apr 16 2001 - 15:30:17 PDT
Also remember that non-monotonicity in one of the component tables of
curves, does not mean non-monotonicity in the overall response.
Are you getting errors, or warnings? You might be getting just warnings
that the data in one or more tables is non-monotonic. Often you can ignore
such warnings, because they tend to happen when you divide the total
response into the four overlapping tables (one of them turns to "noise"
where another dominates).
It's much easier for a program to check for monotonicity of a single table,
than to add up and check the total response (with tables whose points don't
exactly line up, some interpolation is required).
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