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Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
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Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
Lecturenotes 4 MCMC I Contents1. Statistical Physics and Potts Models 2. Sampling and Re-weighting 3. Importance Sampling and Markov Chain Monte Carlo 4. The Metropolis Algorithm 5. The Heatbath Algorithm (Gibbs Sampler) 6. Start and Equilibration
Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
Lecturenotes Statistics II Contents1. The Central Limit Theorem and Binning 2. Gaussian Error Analysis for Large and Small Samples1The Central Limit Theorem and BinningHow is the sum of two independent random variables y r = xr + xr . 1 2 (1)
Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
The Jackknife ApproachJackknife estimators allow to correct for a bias and its statistical error. The method was introduced in the 1950s in papers by Quenouille and Tukey. The jackknife method is recommended as the standard for error bar calculation
Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
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Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
14 Normalized Histograms 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 0.45 0.5 0.55 0.6 actL=24 L=20 L=16 L=12 L=80.650.70.75
Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
Student probability densities Nf=N-1. 0.4 0.35 0.3 0.25 f(t) 0.2 0.15 0.1 0.05 0 -3 -2 -1 0 t 1 2 3 Nf=8 Nf=5 Nf=3 Nf=2 Nf=1
Fayetteville State University - MCMC - 08
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2.6 Derive Eqs. (2.59) and (2.60). Solution: Taking the negative root of Eq. (2.57) we have - ik ikL = -e + ik - ik = - ( + ik ) e 1+ eikL ikL) = ik ( 1 - e ) (1- e ) = i ( e =i k (1+ e ) ( eikL ikL ikL(- ikL / 2 - ikL /-eikL / 2
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Arkansas - FACSEN - 2006
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