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Introduction to the MonteCarlo method, by István Manno
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 "The purpose of this text is to provide an introduction to the Monte Carlo method commonly employed in different areas, such as the physical sciences, different fields of engineering, and others. An introduction to the material is made so that no prior knowledge of probability theory is required. A discussion of the mathematics used in the text is included in the appendices to supplement its use in the text. The book describes the basic concepts of probability, the random variables, the most common probability distributions, the generation of different random numbers etc. There are several examples from different fields of physics as well as from everyday life. The primary purpose of the computer programs included in the text is to clarify the presentation and can be used to write new MonteCarlo programs."Jacket
 "The purpose of this text is to provide an introduction to the Monte Carlo method commonly employed in different areas, such as the physical sciences, different fields of engineering, and others. An introduction to the material is made so that no prior knowledge of probability theory is required. A discussion of the mathematics used in the text is included in the appendices to supplement its use in the text. The book describes the basic concepts of probability, the random variables, the most common probability distributions, the generation of different random numbers etc. There are several examples from different fields of physics as well as from everyday life. The primary purpose of the computer programs included in the text is to clarify the presentation and can be used to write new MonteCarlo programs."BOOK JACKET
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 Introduction to the MonteCarlo method
 Title
 Introduction to the MonteCarlo method
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 by István Manno
 Language
 eng
 Summary

 "The purpose of this text is to provide an introduction to the Monte Carlo method commonly employed in different areas, such as the physical sciences, different fields of engineering, and others. An introduction to the material is made so that no prior knowledge of probability theory is required. A discussion of the mathematics used in the text is included in the appendices to supplement its use in the text. The book describes the basic concepts of probability, the random variables, the most common probability distributions, the generation of different random numbers etc. There are several examples from different fields of physics as well as from everyday life. The primary purpose of the computer programs included in the text is to clarify the presentation and can be used to write new MonteCarlo programs."Jacket
 "The purpose of this text is to provide an introduction to the Monte Carlo method commonly employed in different areas, such as the physical sciences, different fields of engineering, and others. An introduction to the material is made so that no prior knowledge of probability theory is required. A discussion of the mathematics used in the text is included in the appendices to supplement its use in the text. The book describes the basic concepts of probability, the random variables, the most common probability distributions, the generation of different random numbers etc. There are several examples from different fields of physics as well as from everyday life. The primary purpose of the computer programs included in the text is to clarify the presentation and can be used to write new MonteCarlo programs."BOOK JACKET
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 Manno, István
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 Monte Carlo method
 Random walks (Mathematics)
 Probabilities
 Algorithms
 Simulation methods
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 Introduction to the MonteCarlo method, by István Manno
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 24 cm
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 162 pages
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 9789630576154
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 99513000
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 Label
 Introduction to the MonteCarlo method, by István Manno
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code

 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Control code
 41878729
 Dimensions
 24 cm
 Extent
 162 pages
 Isbn
 9789630576154
 Lccn
 99513000
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
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 n
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 illustrations
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