Simulation, probability theory etc
For a time, I've been interested in statistics, probability and especially
simulations of the problems in those areas.
By the way, besides Java, I also and often use the very good (and free) R
system for this kind of stuff. See more here about R:
Here is some of my Java simulations.
Fixed run games
All these applets use the same core applet, but with different start values.
They all use the same principle of having a fixed number of games (where you
may change the number of runs).
Here is some examples of its use. In all these applets you may change the
probabilities, the amount of rewards/losses as well as the ante (the cost of
the play). The documentation of the parameters etc is
Any resemblance with living events, such as stock markets, is neither unintended nor purely coincedental.
The applet Gambler's Ruin is a
simulation of the Gambler's Ruin, in which a player plays a series of games
until he/she either has won some fixed specific amount or is broke.
Here you may also alter the settings for the specific game.
Other stuff about simulations etc
For more about probability theory and simulations I highly recommend the
online book (PDF) "Introduction to Probability", by Charles M.
Grinstead & J. Laurie Snell. Go hither
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance/teaching_aids/books_articles/probability_book/book.html for more information about
the book, the applets and other interesting stuff.
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