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Random Walks in Platonic and Archimedean Polyhedra
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Using Rule 30 to Generate Pseudorandom Real Numbers
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Polygonal Virtual Grids for CA Computing: Pentagonal, Hexagonal, and Octagonal Samplers
Eco-evolutionary Game Dynamics with Synergy and Discounting
Pseudorandom Number Sampling with the Box-Muller Transform
Target Motion with the Metropolis-Hastings Algorithm
Logical Stochastic Resonance
Distribution of Discrete Records
Monte Carlo Estimation of Area
Estimating the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck Process Using Least-Squares Regression
Random Key Graph
Records in Sequences of Random Variables
The Three-Tower Problem
Walking Randomly Until No Shoes Are Available
A Reluctant Random Walk
Probabilistic Model for Microbial Mortality
Infinite Monkey Theorem
Concave Random Quadrilaterals from Four Points in a Disk
Obtuse Random Triangles from Three Parts of the Unit Interval
Obtuse Random Triangles from Three Points in a Rectangle
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