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Nuclear Science and Engineering
Volume 72 / Number 1 / October 1979 / Pages 108-110
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The problem of analyzing the variance in a Monte Carlo calculation is addressed. The “batch” analysis method is considered, where one uses the average of contributions of k particles as an independent random variable, versus the “one-particle” analysis method, where k = 1. It is shown through general statistical considerations that the “one-particle” method yields more reliable estimates of the variance.
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