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Innovations and Applications

LECTURE NOTES SERIES Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National University of Singapore
Series Editors: Louis H. Y. Chen and Denny Leung Institute for Mathematical Sciences National University of Singapore

Published Vol. 1 Coding Theory and Cryptology edited by Harald Niederreiter Representations of Real and p-Adic Groupsedited by Eng-Chye Tan & Chen-Bo Zhu Selected Topics in Post-Genome Knowledge Discovery edited by Limsoon Wong & Louxin Zhang An Introduction to Stein’s Method edited by A. D. Barbour & Louis H. Y. Chen Stein's Method and Applications edited by A. D. Barbour & Louis H. Y. Chen Computational Methods in Large Scale Simulation edited by K.-Y. Lam & H.-P. Lee Markov Chain Monte Carlo: Innovations andApplications edited by W. S. Kendall, F. Liang & J.-S. Wang

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Lecture Notes Series, Institute for Mathematical Sciences, National Unveersity of Sigapore

Innovations and Applications

w s Kendall
Univeersity of Warwick, UK

F Liang
Texas A & M University, Usa

J-S Wang
National Unversity ofSsingapore, Singaproe

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Foreword Preface Glossary Introduction toMarkov Chain Monte Carlo Simulations and Their Statistical Analysis B. A. Berg An Introduction to Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Physics D. P. Landau Notes on Perfect Simulation W. S. Kendall Sequential Monte Carlo Methods and Their Applications R. Chen MCMC in the Analysis of Genetic Data on Pedigrees E. A. Thompson Index

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