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Study of the Simulation of the Monty Hall Problem

Mazen Alrahili. Published in Information Sciences

International Journal of Applied Information Systems
Year of Publication: 2016
Publisher: Foundation of Computer Science (FCS), NY, USA
Authors:Mazen Alrahili
10.5120/ijais2016451626
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  1. Mazen Alrahili. Study of the Simulation of the Monty Hall Problem. International Journal of Applied Information Systems 11(7):41-45, December 2016. URL, DOI BibTeX

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Abstract

The Monty Hall problem is a contingent likelihood case in which one of three doors has a profitable prize and other two doors imagine useless "goats." The amusement elements are a reasonable choice between stay or switch given the requirements of the diversion. This paper presents simulation results about for the original Monty Hall and a variation of two-player Monty Hall problem. The simulation results about, in view of the investigation of effective frequencies of either alternative, are helpful in illuminating the outlandish way of the issue.

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Keywords

Monty Hall problem, Simulation, Conditional Probability