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RANDOM NUMBERS and MONTE CARLO METHODS

SPECIALISTS IN RANDOM NUMBER GENERATION AND (QUASI) MONTE CARLO METHODS

The following list provides homepages or (e-mail) addresses of specialists working in the fields (parallel) Random Number Generation, Monte-Carlo- and Quasi-Monte-Carlo methods, Uniform Distribution of Sequences (modulo 1) or in Stochastic Simulation. For the latter see also the Individual Simulation Educators/Researchers Page, by Bill Yurcik, University of Pittsburgh, and especially for parallel and distributed simulation, the PADS Page. For scientists in Cryptography see the "Web pages of interest to cryptography researchers" site. The MC&QMC Server contains a database of researchers working in the theory and applications of (quasi) Monte Carlo methods.

If you are working in one of these fields and your name is not on the list or within the servers above please contact the pLab group. We got the addresses below by means of internet searches and therefore could not reach all possible canditates.

 
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