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Random Walk 2D Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian
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The EJS Random Walk 2D Model simulates a 2-D random walk. You can change the number of walkers and probability of going a given direction. You can modify this simulation if you have…
Random Walk 1D Continuous Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The EJS Random Walk 1D Continuous Model simulates a 1-D random walk with a variable step size. You can change the number of walkers and probability of going right and left. You can…
STP Random Walk 2D SAW Program  [ Computer Program ]
  
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H. Gould, J. Tobochnik, W. Christian, and A. Cox
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The RandomWalkSAW program simulates a self-avoiding random walk in two dimensions. The walker has an equal probability of going in any direction, but cannot return to a site that has…
STP Random Walk 2D Program  [ Computer Program ]
  
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H. Gould, J. Tobochnik, W. Christian, and A. Cox
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The RandomWalk2D program simulates a random walk in two dimensions. The default number of walkers is 1000, and the probability of going right, left up or down at any step is the…
STP Random Walk 1D Continuous Program  [ Computer Program ]
  
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H. Gould, J. Tobochnik, W. Christian, and A. Cox
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The RandomWalk1DContinuous program simulates a random walk in one dimension for steps of any length between 0 and 1. The default number of steps is N = 16 and the probability p of…
STP Random Walk 1D Program  [ Computer Program ]
  
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H. Gould, J. Tobochnik, W. Christian, and A. Cox
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The RandomWalk1D program simulates a random walk in one dimension for steps of unit length and equal time intervals. The default number of steps is N = 16 and the probability of…
STP Coin Toss Program  [ Computer Program ]
  
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H. Gould, J. Tobochnik, W. Christian, and A. Cox
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The STP CoinToss program displays a histogram of the number of heads when many coins are tossed. The default number of coins tossed is 100 and the coins are fair (the probability of…
American Journal of Physics
  
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D. Landau, S. Tsai, and M. Exler, Am. J. Phys., 72 (10), 1294-1302 (2004).
The authors describe a Monte Carlo algorithm for sampling the density of states directly by doing a random walk in energy space. The probability of a microstate is computed at any…
American Journal of Physics
  
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R. Zia and B. Schmittmann, Am. J. Phys., 71 (9), 859-875 (2003).
The most frequently studied quantities of a statistical variable are its average and standard deviation. Yet, its full distribution often carries very interesting information and can…
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S. Redner, Am. J. Phys., 58 (3), 267-273 (1990).
An elementary discussion of the statistical properties of the product of N independent random variables is given. The motivation is to emphasize the essential differences between the…
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