# slides for my simulation course

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**S**imilar to last year, I am giving a series of lectures on simulation jointly as a Master course in Paris-Dauphine and as a 3rd year course in ENSAE. The course borrows from both the books *Monte Carlo Statistical Methods* and from *Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods with R*, with George Casella. Here are the three series of slides I will use throughout the course this year, mostly for the benefit of the students:

*(the last series is much improved when compared with an earlier version, thanks to Olivier Cappé!)*

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