Articles by xi'an

Typos in Chapter 4

January 9, 2010 | xi'an

Chapter 4 of “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” has four typos (so far) in the exercises: – In Exercise 4.5, the should not be in bold fonts (!) – In Exercise 4.9, I commented too many lines when revising and thus the variance terms vanished. It should read – In Exercise 4.13, following the removal of [...]
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Typos in Chapter 3

January 7, 2010 | xi'an

Here are two more typos in the exercises of Chapter 3 of “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R”. – due to the (later) inclusion of an extra-exercise in the book, the “above exercise” in Exercise 3.5 actually means Exercise 3.3. – in Exercise 3.11, question c, a line got commented by mistake in the LaTeX file ...
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Typos in Chapter 2

January 5, 2010 | xi'an

When grading homeworks for my Monte Carlo graduate class, I found that my students had pointed out two typos in the exercises of Chapter 2 of “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R”. – In Exercise 2.17, question d. should be “d. Show that the maximum of is attained at .“ – In Exercise 2.21, in item [...]
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Already a competitor?!

December 11, 2009 | xi'an

When looking around on Amazon, I found that “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” was associated with another very recently published (same day as ours!) book, “Understanding Computational Bayesian Statistics“, by William Bolstad, that seems to mostly cover the same ground as us (with some connections with Bayesian Core for ...
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“Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” is out!

December 9, 2009 | xi'an

That’s it!, “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” is out, truly out, I have received a copy from Springer by express mail today! (If you need any further proof, it is also advertised as In stock by Amazon.) Given that the printer exactly reproduces the pdf file sent to ...
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Introduction à Monte Carlo en R

November 11, 2009 | xi'an

Following 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, ...
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