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mincalct.m Modification of mincalc . Assumes mincalc has been run, calls for new target vectors and performs same calculations as mincalc.

```% MINCALCT file mincalct.m Aditional target probabilities % Version of 9/1/93 Updated for version 5 on 6/6/97 % Assumes a data file which includes% 1. Call for minvecq to set q basic minterm vectors. % 2. Data vectors DV. The first combination is always A|Ac.% 3. Row matrix DP of data probabilities. The first entry is always 1. TV = input('Enter matrix of target Boolean combinations ');[md,nd] = size(DV);[mt,nt] = size(TV);MT = 1:mt; rd = rank(DV);CT = zeros(1,mt); % Identification of computable target probabilities for j = 1:mtCT(j) = rd == rank([DV;TV(j,:)]);end ct = find(CT);CCT = TV(ct,:)/DV; % Determination of coefficients for computable targets ctp = DP*CCT'; % Determination of probabilitiesdisp(' Computable target probabilities') disp([MT(ct); ctp]')```

## Independent events

minprob.m `function y = minprob(p)` calculates minterm probabilities for the basic probabilities in row or column vector p . Uses the m-functions mintable, colcopy .

```function y = minprob(p) % MINPROB y = minprob(p) Minterm probs for independent events% Version of 4/7/96 % p is a vector [P(A1) P(A2) ... P(An)], with % {A1,A2, ... An} independent.% y is the row vector of minterm probabilities % Uses the m-functions mintable, colcopyn = length(p); M = mintable(n);a = colcopy(p,2^n); % 2^n columns, each the vector p m = a.*M + (1 - a).*(1 - M); % Puts probabilities into the minterm% pattern on its side (n by 2^n) y = prod(m); % Product of each column of m```

imintest.m `function y = imintest(pm)` checks minterm probabilities for independence.

```function y = imintest(pm) % IMINTEST y = imintest(pm) Checks minterm probs for independence% Version of 1/25//96 % Checks minterm probabilities for independence% Uses the m-functions mintable and minprob m = length(pm);n = round(log(m)/log(2)); if m ~= 2^ny = 'The number of minterm probabilities is incorrect'; elseP = mintable(n)*pm'; pt = minprob(P');a = fix(n/2); s = abs(pm - pt)>1e-7; if sum(s)>0 disp('The class is NOT independent')disp('Minterms for which the product rule fails') y = reshape(s,2^a,2^(n-a));else y = 'The class is independent';end end```

ikn.m `function y = ikn(P,k)` determines the probability of the occurrence of exactly k of the n independent events whose probabilities are in row or column vector P
( k may be a row or column vector of nonnegative integers less than or equal to n ).

```function y = ikn(P,k) % IKN y = ikn(P,k) Individual probabilities of k of n successes% Version of 5/15/95 % Uses the m-functions mintable, minprob, csortn = length(P); T = sum(mintable(n)); % The number of successes in each mintermpm = minprob(P); % The probability of each minterm [t,p]= csort(T,pm); % Sorts and consolidates success numbers % and adds corresponding probabilitiesy = p(k+1);```

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