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===Parameters=== | ===Parameters=== | ||

''ModelType'' | ''ModelType'' | ||

− | :Required. The type of model (e.g., 2-parameter Weibull). Can be any of the model types listed in the table below. These | + | :Required. The type of model (e.g., 2-parameter Weibull). Can be any of the model types listed in the table below. These model types are obtained from the [[ModelTypeEnum Enumeration|ModelTypeEnum]]. |

''ModelCategory'' | ''ModelCategory'' | ||

:Required. The model category (e.g., reliability model). Can be any [[ModelCategoryEnum Enumeration|ModelCategoryEnum]] constant. | :Required. The model category (e.g., reliability model). Can be any [[ModelCategoryEnum Enumeration|ModelCategoryEnum]] constant. |

## Revision as of 15:46, 2 October 2015

**Member of**: SynthesisAPI9.cModel

A parameterized constructor for the cModel class. (VB.NET only)

## Syntax

cModel(ModelType,ModelCategory,ModelName, ParamArrayModelParams())

### Parameters

*ModelType*

- Required. The type of model (e.g., 2-parameter Weibull). Can be any of the model types listed in the table below. These model types are obtained from the ModelTypeEnum.

*ModelCategory*

- Required. The model category (e.g., reliability model). Can be any ModelCategoryEnum constant.

*ModelName*

- Required. String. The model name.

*ModelParams()*

- Required. Double. An array of the model's parameters.

Model Type | Order of Parameters |
---|---|

Weibull | Beta, Eta, Gamma |

Normal | Mean, Std |

Lognormal | LogMean, LogStd |

Exponential | Lambda, Gamma |

G-Gamma | Mu, K |

Gamma | Mu, K |

Logistic | Mu, Sigma |

LogLogistic | Mu, Sigma |

Gumbel | Mu, Sigma |

Mixed Weibull | Subpop1-Beta, Subpop1-Eta, Subpop1-Portion, Subpop2-Beta, Subpop2-Eta, Subpop2-Portion, Subpop3-Beta, Subpop3-Eta, Subpop3-Portion, Subpop4-Beta, Subpop4-Eta, Subpop4-Portion |

FixedUnreliability | If creating a constant model, enter a value for Parameter 1 and set Parameter 2 to zero (0) or nothing. If creating a dynamic model, enter the numeric ID of the variable resource for Parameter 2 and set Parameter 1 to zero (0) or nothing. If the variable does not exist, it creates a dynamic model with no predefined variable. |

FixedDuration | |

FixedCost |

## Example

VB.NET'The following code creates a 2-parameter Weibull reliability model, 'with beta 1 and eta 100. The model name is "MyNewModel." Dim ModelParams(1) As Double ModelParams(0) = 1 ModelParams(1) = 100 Dim newModel As New cModel(ModelTypeEnum.Weibull2,ModelCategoryEnum.Reliability, "MyNewModel", ModelParams) 'Alternatively, you can create a new model using an in-line parameter list. Dim newModel As New cModel(ModelTypeEnum.Weibull2, ModelCategoryEnum.Reliability, "MyNewModel", 1, 100)