[mon-tee-brah-zahyt] /ˌmɒn tiˈbrɑ zaɪt/
a mineral, lithium aluminum hydroxyl phosphate, LiAlPO 4 (OH), isomorphous with amblygonite, used as an ore of lithium.
[mon-tee kahr-loh, -ti; Italian mawn-te kahr-law] /ˈmɒn ti ˈkɑr loʊ, -tɪ; Italian ˈmɔn tɛ ˈkɑr lɔ/ noun 1. a town in Monaco principality, in SE France: gambling resort. adjective 2. Statistics. of, relating to, or using a Monte Carlo method, as a Monte Carlo simulation or solution. /ˈmɒntɪ ˈkɑːləʊ; French mɔ̃te karlo/ noun 1. a […]
- Monte carlo fallacy
1957, named for resort in Monaco famous for its gambling casinos. The fallacy of thinking that the probability of a particular outcome rises with the successive number of opposite outcomes. Contrary to the Monte Carlo fallacy, if the roulette wheel stops on black 99 times in a row, the chances that the 100th spin will […]
noun, Statistics. 1. a technique for numerically approximating the solution of a mathematical problem by studying the distribution of some random variable, often generated by a computer. noun 1. a heuristic mathematical technique for evaluation or estimation of intractable problems by probabilistic simulation and sampling
[mawn-te kahs-see-naw] /ˈmɔn tɛ kɑsˈsi nɔ/ noun 1. a monastery at Cassino, Italy: founded a.d. c530 by St. Benedict and destroyed by Allied bombings in 1944. /ˈmɒntɪ kəˈsiːnəʊ; Italian ˈmonte kasˈsiːno/ noun 1. a hill above Cassino in central Italy: site of intense battle during World War II: site of Benedictine monastery (530 ad), destroyed […]