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  1. Gu, M.: Subspace iteration randomization and singular value problems (2015)
  2. Mélard, Guy: On the accuracy of statistical procedures in Microsoft Excel 2010 (2014)
  3. O’Gorman, Thomas W.: Adaptive tests of significance using permutations of residuals with R and SAS. (2012)
  4. Deng, Lih-Yuan; Lu, Henry Horng-Shing; Chen, Tai-Been: 64-bit and 128-bit DX random number generators (2010)
  5. Yalta, A.Talha; Yalta, A.Yasemin: Should economists use open source software for doing research? (2010)
  6. Almiron, Marcelo G.; Almeida, Eliana S.; Miranda, Marcio N.: The reliability of statistical functions in four software packages freely used in numerical computation (2009)
  7. Fattorini, Lorenzo: An adaptive algorithm for estimating inclusion probabilities and performing the Horvitz-Thompson criterion in complex designs (2009)
  8. Deng, Lih-Yuan; Guo, Rui; Lin, Dennis K.J.; Bai, Fengshan: Improving random number generators in the Monte Carlo simulations via twisting and combining (2008)
  9. McCullough, B.D.: Microsoft Excel’s `Not the Wichmann-Hill’ random number generators (2008)
  10. Dagpunar, J. S.: Simulation and Monte Carlo: With applications in finance and MCMC (2007)
  11. Taguchi, Isao; Kurashige, Michio: Microstructures and macroscopic conductivity of randomly packed and uniaxially pressed sphere compacts (2007)
  12. Galperin, E.A.; Galperin, I.: Small sample uniformity in random number generation (2006)
  13. Wichmann, B.A.; Hill, I.D.: Generating good pseudo-random numbers (2006)
  14. Liang, Heng; Liu, Qinghua; Bai, Fengshan: A note on a pseudo-random number generator for personal computers (2005)
  15. Liang, Heng; Liu, Qinghua; Bai, Fengshan: A class of random number generators based on Weyl sequence (2005)
  16. McCullough, B.D.; Wilson, Berry: On the accuracy of statistical procedures in Microsoft Excel 2003 (2005)
  17. Pewsey, Arthur; Jones, M.C.: Discrimination between the von Mises and wrapped normal distributions: just how big does the sample size have to be? (2005)
  18. Tarsitano, Agostino: Estimation of the generalized lambda distribution parameters for grouped data (2005)
  19. Altman, Micah; Gill, Jeff; McDonald, Michael P.: Numerical issues in statistical computing for the social scientist. (2004)
  20. Baragona, R.; Battaglia, F.; Cucina, D.: Fitting piecewise linear threshold autoregressive models by means of genetic algorithms (2004)

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