Monte Carlo simulations comprise a substantial part of the new and third major arm of investigation in the physical sciences that has emerged in recent times, to augment the traditional ones of experiment and theory. With the advent of high-speed digital computing, numerical simulations techniques like Monte Carlo have been very successful in extracting real world observations out of seemingly intractable theoretical models.E, 63 058701 (2001); J. F. Fernadez and C. Criado, Reply to aquot;Comment on a#39; Algorithm for normal random numbersa#39;, Phys. ...  E. D. Cashwell and C. J. Evert, A Practical Manual of Monte Carlo Method for Random Walk Problems, Pergamonanbsp;...
|Title||:||Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Physics|
|Publisher||:||Universities Press - 2004|