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Systematic Numbers for Monte Carlo Integration

Mojtaba Moradi


The generation of quasi-random numbers is one of the most important problems in the Monte Carlo method. In this paper, the author introduces a simple and fast algorithm to generate a new class of systematic numbers. An ideal case in which one can apply these numbers is the Monte Carlo integration.


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  • DOI:10.21276/ambi.2016.03.2.ga01

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