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    The Largest Published Source of Random Digits and Normal Deviates

    Dec 1, 2001

    A product of RAND's pioneering work in computing, the tables of random numbers in this book have become a standard reference in engineering and econometrics textbooks and have been widely used in gaming and simulations that employ Monte Carlo trials.

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