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Project Summary

The goal of this toolbox is to provide a collection of low discrepancy
sequences. These random numbers are designed to be used in a Monte-Carlo
simulation. For example, low discrepancy sequences provide a higher
convergence rate to the Monte-Carlo method when used in numerical
integration. The toolbox takes into account the dimension of the problem, i.e.
generate vectors with arbitrary size.

Overview of sequences

* The Halton sequence,
* The Sobol sequence,
* The Faure sequence,
* The Reverse Halton sequence of Vandewoestyne and Cools,
* The Niederreiter base 2 and arbitrary base sequence.

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engineering mathematics monte-carlo probabilities scientific_computing statistics

In a Nutshell, Low Discrepancies Module for Scilab...

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30 Day Summary

Mar 15 2021 — Apr 14 2021

12 Month Summary

Apr 14 2020 — Apr 14 2021

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