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The Count of Monte Carlo Lou Scheffer Cadence

@inproceedings{Scheffer2004TheCO,
  title={The Count of Monte Carlo Lou Scheffer Cadence},
  author={Lou Scheffer},
  year={2004}
}
  • Lou Scheffer
  • Published 2004
  • In the famous Dumas novel The Count of Monte Cristo[4], the (future) count is falsely accused of treason. Only after a long and difficult fight does he achieve respectability and reveal his adversaries as imposters. Similarly, Monte Carlo techniques are falsely accused of several crimes, including wasting computational resources, missing errors, and inadequate feedback. However, a more detailed analysis shows that the real problem involves many more variables than commonly thought, that… CONTINUE READING

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