Monte Carlo method

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Named after the Monte Carlo casino.

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Monte Carlo method (plural Monte Carlo methods)

  1. (mathematics, statistics) Any of a class of techniques for estimating the solution of a numerical mathematical problem by means of a random artificial sampling experiment that simulates the problem.

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