17 edition of **Random number generation and Monte Carlo methods** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2003**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
.

Written in English

- Monte Carlo method,
- Random number generators

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-369) and indexes.

Statement | James E. Gentle. |

Series | Statistics and computing |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA298 .G46 2003, QA298 .G46 2003 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xv, 381 p. : |

Number of Pages | 381 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL18188217M |

ISBN 10 | 0387001786 |

LC Control Number | 2003042437 |

Monte Carlo Simulation and Resampling Methods for Social Science Random Number Generation This book is an excellent introduction to resampling and Monte Carlo methods in R. I highly recommend it. Dr Matthew Miles. Political Science, Brigham Young Univ-Idaho. Decem The uses of MC are incredibly wide-ranging, and have led to a number of groundbreaking discoveries in the fields of physics, game theory, and finance. There are a broad spectrum of Monte Carlo methods, but they all share the commonality that they rely on random number generation to solve deterministic problems.

Random Number Generation and Quasi-Monte Carlo Pierre L’Ecuyer Universit e de Montr eal, Canada, and Inria Rennes, France November Keywords: random number generator, pseudorandom numbers, linear generator, multi-ple recursive generator, tests of uniformity, random variate generation, inversion, rejection. Many Monte Carlo techniques for optimization and estimation require billions or more random numbers. Current physical generation methods are no match for simple algorithmic generators in terms of speed. 5. Large period: The period of a random number generator should be ex-tremely large — on the order of — in order to avoid problems with.

The goal of our project is to develop, implement and test a scalable package for parallel pseudo random number generation which will be easy to use on a variety of architectures, especially in large-scale parallel Monte Carlo applications. SPRNG provides the user the various SPRNG random number generators each in its own library. 2 Random Number Generation and Monte Carlo Methods, Second Ed. integrals, especially of high-dimension, and diﬀerential equations, especially of complex systems such as those found in physics or ﬁnance. Monte Carlo methods also provide an estimate of the variance of the estimate.

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The book covers basic principles, as well as newer methods such as parallel random number generation, nonlinear congruential generators, quasi Monte Carlo methods, and Markov chain Monte Carlo.

The best methods for generating random variates from the standard distributions are presented, Random number generation and Monte Carlo methods book also general techniques useful in more complicated Cited by: The role of Monte Carlo methods and simulation in all of the sciences has increased in importance during the past several years.

This edition incorporates discussion of many advances in the ﬁeld of random number generation and Monte Carlo methods since the appearance of the ﬁrst edition of this book in. The book covers basic principles, as well as newer methods such as parallel random number generation, nonlinear congruential generators, quasi Monte Carlo methods, and Markov chain Monte Carlo.

The best methods for generating random variates from the standard distributions are presented, but also general techniques useful in more complicated. The book could also be used in a course on random number generation.

All in all a book that people using Monte Carlo methods should have on their bookshelf." (dr. Hoogstrate, Kwantitatieve Methoden, Issue 72B24, ) "I think this is a very good and useful book on the generation of random numbers and the use of Monte Carlo methods.

Random Number Generation and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods Another basic problem of numerical analysis to which quasi-Monte Carlo methods can be applied is global optimization. The standard Monte Carlo method for finding global optima is random search, and it is employed in situations where the objective function has a low degree of regularity.

The NSF-CBMS Regional Research Conference on Random Number Generation and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods was held at the University of Alaska at Fairbanks from August 13–17, The present lecture notes are an expanded written record of a series of ten talks presented by the author as the principal speaker at that conference.

Monte Carlo is also a fundamental tool of computational statistics. At the kernel of a Monte Carlo or simulation method is random number generation. Generation of random numbers is also at the heart of many standard statis tical methods. The random sampling required in most analyses is. 2 Random Number Generation and Monte Carlo Methods Chapter 5 discusses PRN for speciﬁc non-Uniform distributions.

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The authors begin with a discussion of fundamentals such as how to generate random numbers on a computer. Get this from a library. Random number generation and Monte Carlo methods. [James E Gentle] -- Monte Carlo simulation has become one of the most important tools in all fields of science.

Simulation methodology relies on a good source of numbers that appear to be random. These "pseudorandom". The uniform [0,1) pseudo random number generator in the class. The method random() returns a uniform [0,1) pseudo random number. That means it can return any values between 0 and 1, including 0.

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Several of the chapters are polished enough to place here. I'm interested in comments especially about errors or suggestions for references to include.Random Number Generation Introduction Drawing one or more random numbers from a probability distribution is fundamental to conducting Monte Carlo simulations.Monte-Carlo methods generally follow the following steps: ine thestatistical propertiesof possible inputs te manysets of possible inputswhich follows.