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Constructing Random Probability Distributions
Abstract and Applied Analysis
  • Theodore P. Hill, Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
  • David E.R. Sitton, Planning System Incorporated
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This article surveys several classes of iterative methods for constructing random probability distributions (or random convex functions, or random homeomorphisms), and includes illustrative applications in statistics, optimal-control theory, and game theory. Computer simulations of these methods are fast and easy to implement
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Theodore P. Hill and David E.R. Sitton. "Constructing Random Probability Distributions" Abstract and Applied Analysis (2004) p. 453 - 468
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