Monte Carlo method

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Monte Carlo method

n.
A computer-simulation technique that uses random samples and other statistical methods to find approximate solutions to mathematical or physical problems.

[After Monte Carlo.]

Monte Carlo method

n
(Statistics) a heuristic mathematical technique for evaluation or estimation of intractable problems by probabilistic simulation and sampling
[C20: named after the casino at Monte Carlo, where systems for winning at roulette, etc, are often tried]
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