Poor man’s Monte Carlo. [with] The application of automatic computers to sampling experiments. John M. Hammersley, K. W. Morton, Keith D. Tocher, 1920–.

Poor man’s Monte Carlo. [with] The application of automatic computers to sampling experiments.

Publisher Information: 1954.

(1) Hammersley, John M. (1920– ) and Morton, K. W. Poor man’s Monte Carlo. In Symposium on Monte Carlo Methods, reprinted from Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, series B, 16 (1954): 23–38. (2) Tocher. The application of automatic computers to sampling experiments. In Symposium on Monte Carlo Methods, reprinted from Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, series B, 16 (1954): 39–61. 2 items in 1. Original blue-green printed wrappers. 248 x 172 mm. VG. Hammersley and Morton's paper is an introduction to Monte Carlo methods, with an emphasis on those that require little or no calculating machinery. Tocher's paper "describes some of the problems that arise when automatic computers are used for conducting sampling experiments” (p. 39). Origins of Cyberspace 645; 930.

Book Id: 44666

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