Statistical Analysis of Random Simulations: Bootstrap Tutorial
AbstractThe bootstrap is a simple but versatile technique for the statistical analysis of random simulations.This tutorial explains the basics of that technique, and applies it to the well-known M/M/1 queuing simulation.In that numerical example, different responses are studied.For some responses, bootstrapping indeed gives better statistical results than parametric statistical techniques do.
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