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A Monte Carlo Test of the Optimal Jet Definition ∗
, 2008
"... We summarize the Optimal Jet Definition and present the result of a benchmark Monte Carlo test based on the Wboson mass extraction from fully hadronic decays of pairs of W’s. 1 ..."
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We summarize the Optimal Jet Definition and present the result of a benchmark Monte Carlo test based on the Wboson mass extraction from fully hadronic decays of pairs of W’s. 1
Monte Carlo test methods in econometrics
 Companion to Theoretical Econometrics’, Blackwell Companions to Contemporary Economics
, 2001
"... The authors thank three anonymous referees and the Editor Badi Baltagi for several useful comments. This work was supported by the Bank of Canada and by grants from the Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence [program on Mathematics ..."
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The authors thank three anonymous referees and the Editor Badi Baltagi for several useful comments. This work was supported by the Bank of Canada and by grants from the Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence [program on Mathematics
MonteCarlo Testing for AUV Planning Software
"... Constraintbased planning systems, especially those used for realworld applications, have a very large space of possible states. This makes them very hard to test, as only one path through the state space can be tested at once, and it is tricky to manually select a small set of paths that will thor ..."
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that will thoroughly test a system. This paper describes my implementation of a MonteCarlo testing system for the TREX planner, which was developed at MBARI for AUV control. The test harness performs repeated runs of the planner, forcing each run through a series of randomly sampled states, in an attempt to uncover
1 MonteCarlo Testing for AUV Planning Software
"... Constraintbased planning systems, especially those used for realworld applications, have a very large space of possible states. This makes them very hard to test, as only one path through the state space can be tested at once, and it is tricky to manually select a small set of paths that will thor ..."
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that will thoroughly test a system. This paper describes my implementation of a MonteCarlo testing system for the TREX planner, which was developed at MBARI for AUV control. The test harness performs repeated runs of the planner, forcing each run through a series of randomly sampled states, in an attempt to uncover
Monte Carlo Test of the Classical Theory for Heterogeneous Nucleation
"... Nucleation is a ubiquitous process which governs such diverse phenomena as the formation of rain drops or snow flakes in the atmosphere, the crystallization of proteins and even the formation of industrially relevant polymer foams. Even though considerable empirical knowledge has been gathered, e.g. ..."
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to the free energy of a droplet in the bulk. The difference between the homogeneous and the heterogeneous case can be described by Turnbulls formula which determines the free energy of a droplet as a function of the contact angle given by Youngs equation. In this work, we test this classical
Markov chain Monte Carlo tests for designed experiments
 Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference
, 2010
"... We consider conditional exact tests of factor effects in designed experiments for discrete response variables. Similarly to the analysis of contingency tables, a Markov chain Monte Carlo method can be used for performing exact tests, when largesample approximations are poor and the enumeration of t ..."
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We consider conditional exact tests of factor effects in designed experiments for discrete response variables. Similarly to the analysis of contingency tables, a Markov chain Monte Carlo method can be used for performing exact tests, when largesample approximations are poor and the enumeration
MonteCarlo Tests and Conjectures for Disconnection Exponents
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, 1995
"... Using MonteCarlo simulations, we estimate numerically disconnection exponents for planar Brownian motions. These simulations tend to confirm conjectures by Duplantier and Mandelbrot. ..."
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Using MonteCarlo simulations, we estimate numerically disconnection exponents for planar Brownian motions. These simulations tend to confirm conjectures by Duplantier and Mandelbrot.
Monte Carlo Test Methods in Econometrics JeanMarie
, 1998
"... This paper has been published in: Companion to Theoretical Econometrics, edited by Badi Baltagi, ..."
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This paper has been published in: Companion to Theoretical Econometrics, edited by Badi Baltagi,
Exact Monte Carlo Tests applied to models estimated by Indirect Inference and by Efficient Method of Moments
, 2000
"... The aim of this paper is to provide exact inference in nite sample for econometric models whose likelihood function is intractable and require thereby simulationbased estimation method like Indirect Inference Method or Efficient Method of Moments. To do so, we resort to the technique of Monte Carlo ..."
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Carlo Tests which naturally applies to any simulable model. In particular, maximized Monte Carlo tests allow for test statistics whose distribution depends on nuisance parameters. This technique of Monte Carlo tests is applied here to a stochastic differential equation.
Sequential Implementation of Monte Carlo Tests with Uniformly Bounded Resampling Risk
, 2008
"... This paper introduces an openended sequential algorithm for computing the pvalue of a test using Monte Carlo simulation. It guarantees that the resampling risk, the probability of a different decision than the one based on the theoretical pvalue, is uniformly bounded by an arbitrarily small const ..."
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This paper introduces an openended sequential algorithm for computing the pvalue of a test using Monte Carlo simulation. It guarantees that the resampling risk, the probability of a different decision than the one based on the theoretical pvalue, is uniformly bounded by an arbitrarily small
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