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## Copyright (C) 2012 Rik Wehbring
## Copyright (C) 1995-2012 Kurt Hornik
##
## This file is part of Octave.
##
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## under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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## along with Octave; see the file COPYING.  If not, see
## <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

## -*- texinfo -*-
## @deftypefn  {Function File} {} poissrnd (@var{lambda})
## @deftypefnx {Function File} {} poissrnd (@var{lambda}, @var{r})
## @deftypefnx {Function File} {} poissrnd (@var{lambda}, @var{r}, @var{c}, @dots{})
## @deftypefnx {Function File} {} poissrnd (@var{lambda}, [@var{sz}])
## Return a matrix of random samples from the Poisson distribution with
## parameter @var{lambda}.
##
## When called with a single size argument, return a square matrix with
## the dimension specified.  When called with more than one scalar argument the
## first two arguments are taken as the number of rows and columns and any
## further arguments specify additional matrix dimensions.  The size may also
## be specified with a vector of dimensions @var{sz}.
## 
## If no size arguments are given then the result matrix is the size of
## @var{lambda}.
## @end deftypefn

## Author: KH <Kurt.Hornik@wu-wien.ac.at>
## Description: Random deviates from the Poisson distribution

function rnd = poissrnd (lambda, varargin)

  if (nargin < 1)
    print_usage ();
  endif

  if (nargin == 1)
    sz = size (lambda);
  elseif (nargin == 2)
    if (isscalar (varargin{1}) && varargin{1} >= 0)
      sz = [varargin{1}, varargin{1}];
    elseif (isrow (varargin{1}) && all (varargin{1} >= 0))
      sz = varargin{1};
    else
      error ("poissrnd: dimension vector must be row vector of non-negative integers");
    endif
  elseif (nargin > 2)
    if (any (cellfun (@(x) (!isscalar (x) || x < 0), varargin)))
      error ("poissrnd: dimensions must be non-negative integers");
    endif
    sz = [varargin{:}];
  endif

  if (!isscalar (lambda) && !isequal (size (lambda), sz))
    error ("poissrnd: LAMBDA must be scalar or of size SZ");
  endif

  if (iscomplex (lambda))
    error ("poissrnd: LAMBDA must not be complex");
  endif

  if (isa (lambda, "single"))
    cls = "single";
  else
    cls = "double";
  endif

  if (isscalar (lambda))
    if (lambda >= 0 && lambda < Inf)
      rnd = randp (lambda, sz);
      if (strcmp (cls, "single"))
        rnd = single (rnd);
      endif
    else
      rnd = NaN (sz, cls);
    endif
  else
    rnd = NaN (sz, cls);

    k = (lambda >= 0) & (lambda < Inf);
    rnd(k) = randp (lambda(k));
  endif

endfunction

%!assert(size (poissrnd (2)), [1, 1]);
%!assert(size (poissrnd (ones(2,1))), [2, 1]);
%!assert(size (poissrnd (ones(2,2))), [2, 2]);
%!assert(size (poissrnd (1, 3)), [3, 3]);
%!assert(size (poissrnd (1, [4 1])), [4, 1]);
%!assert(size (poissrnd (1, 4, 1)), [4, 1]);

%% Test class of input preserved
%!assert(class (poissrnd (2)), "double");
%!assert(class (poissrnd (single(2))), "single");
%!assert(class (poissrnd (single([2 2]))), "single");

%% Test input validation
%!error poissrnd ()
%!error poissrnd (1, -1)
%!error poissrnd (1, ones(2))
%!error poissrnd (1, 2, ones(2))
%!error poissrnd (i)
%!error poissrnd (1, 2, -1)
%!error poissrnd (1, [2 -1 2])
%!error poissrnd (ones(2,2), 3)
%!error poissrnd (ones(2,2), [3, 2])
%!error poissrnd (ones(2,2), 2, 3)

%!assert (poissrnd (0, 1, 1), 0)
%!assert (poissrnd ([0, 0, 0], [1, 3]), [0 0 0])
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