AMCMC is a package written in R and in C, to estimate the expected value of a user-supplied functional with respect to a user-supplied multi-dimensional density function, by performing an adaptive Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) algorithm, specifically adaptive Metropolis-within-Gibbs.
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