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From: Debanjan Bhattacharjee <debanjan.bhattacharjee_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2008 02:44:24 -0500

Can any one help me to solve problem in my code? I am actually trying to find the stopping index N.
So first I generate random numbers from normals. There is no problem in finding the first stopping index.
Now I want to find the second stopping index using obeservation starting from the one after the first stopping index. E.g. If my first stopping index was 5. I want to set 6th observation from the generated normal variables as the first random number, and I stop at second stopping index.

This is my code,

alpha <- 0.05
beta <- 0.07
a <- log((1-beta)/alpha)
b <- log(beta/(1-alpha))
theta1 <- 2
theta2 <- 3


                for(i in 1:n)
psum <- function(p,q)
                {z <- NULL
                 for(l in p:q)
                    { z[l-p+1] <- x[l]^2}
                 ps <- sum(z)

smm <- NULL
sm <- NULL
Nout <- NULL
  x <- rnorm(100,theta1,theta1)
  for(i in 1:length(x))
        sm[i] <- psum(1,i)
        T[i] <-

if (T[i]<=b | T[i]>=a){N[1]<-i break} }

for(j in 2:200)
  for(k in (N[j-1]+1):length(x))
     {  smm[k] <- psum((N[j-1]+1),k)
        T[k] <-

if (T[k]<=b | T[k]>=a){N[j]<-k break} }


But I cannot get the stopping index after the first one.



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