Rによるモンテカルロ法入門

May 13, 2013
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Here is the cover of the Japanese translation of our Introducing Monte Carlo methods with R book.  A few year after the French translation. It actually appeared last year in August but I was not informed of this till a few weeks ago. The publisher is Maruzen, with an associated webpage if you want to order… Unless I am confused the translators are Hiro Ishida and Kazue Ishida; they deserve a major ありがとう ! And too bad George is no longer with us: this must have been the first translation of one of his books in Japanese..

Filed under: Books, R, Statistics Tagged: George Casella, Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R, Japanese translation

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