This section lists the exception types that may be thrown by classes in the Extreme Optimization Statistics
Library for .NET.
In addition to the exceptions listed below, many standard exceptions may also be thrown. For instance, when the
index for a collection or variable is out of range, an ArgumentOutOfRangeException is thrown. When
you request a model parameter before the model has been computed, an InvalidOperationException is
thrown. This behavior is consistent with Microsoft's guidelines for throwing exceptions.
This exception, which inherits from InvalidOperationException, is thrown when an operation requires
more data than was supplied.
This type has two specific properties. The RequiredDataLength property specifies the number of
observations that were required to perform the requested calculation. The ActualDataLength property
specifies the number of observations that was supplied.
This exception indicates that a missing value was encountered during a calculation.