Quasi-Monte Carlo integration of digitally smooth functions by digital nets
In a series of papers by the first author and several coauthors, a “digital lattice rule” for the numerical integration of digitally smooth functions by digital nets was developed and investigated. In this paper we give the general concepts of the method and we prove an error estimate which in some sense summarizes and generalizes the currently known error estimates in this field.
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