Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo

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Apart from a thorough exploration of all the important concepts, this volume includes over 75 algorithms, ready for putting into practice. The book also contains numerous hands-on implementations of selected algorithms to demonstrate applications in realistic settings. Readers are assumed to have a sound understanding of calculus, introductory matrix analysis, and intermediate statistics, but otherwise the book is self-contained. Suitable for graduates and undergraduates in mathematics and engineering, in particular operations research, statistics, and computer science.Every joint p.d.f. has a product-form representation f(z1, ..., zm) = f(z1)flfi{Zi\zu..., zt-l ), (4) i=2 where {/ifoX axalt;1zx alt;bx) and {agt;J(ril*i, ..., *i-lX ai(zlt..., zi-1)ApztAp 6i(z1, ..., z4_1)} for i = 2, ..., m each satisfies the definition of a p.d.f. To generate Zj, . . . , Zm , anbsp;...

Title:Monte Carlo
Author: George Fishman
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 1996-04-25

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