**F**ollowing a proposal by Springer-Verlag Paris, I have decided to translate *Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R* with George Casella into French, since a new collection of R books (in French) is planed for the Spring of 2010. The translation will *a priori* be done by Joachim Robert and Robin Ryder, under my supervision and with the support of Springer-Verlag Paris. I have already translated the first chapter as I needed to cut most of the **R** coverage, since this collection assumes a prior knowledge of R and aims at a smaller number of pages (around 200) to keep the price as low as possible.

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