# The Nu Class of Low-Degree-Truncated Rational Multifunctions. Ib. Integrals of Matern-correlation functions for all odd-half-integer class parameters

@article{Crary2017TheNC, title={The Nu Class of Low-Degree-Truncated Rational Multifunctions. Ib. Integrals of Matern-correlation functions for all odd-half-integer class parameters}, author={Selden B. Crary and Richard Diehl Martinez and Michael A. Saunders}, journal={arXiv: Methodology}, year={2017} }

This paper is an extension of Parts I and Ia of a series about Nu-class multifunctions. We provide hand-generated algebraic expressions for integrals of single Matern-covariance functions, as well as for products of two Matern-covariance functions, for all odd-half-integer class parameters. These are useful both for IMSPE-optimal design software and for testing universality of Nu-class-multifunction properties, across covariance classes.

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