Methods of Reducing Sample Size in Monte Carlo Computations

by Herman Kahn, Andy W. Marshall

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This paper formulates the general problem of Monte Carlo computations within the framework of mathematical statistics and indicates briefly its relation to the theory of estimation and the design of experiments. (Published in the Journal of the Operations Research Society of America, Nov. 1953.)

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