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FutureSight uses time tested mathematical methods for simulating the likeliness of an event.

Monte Carlo methods were central to the simulations required for the Manhattan Project, though severely limited by the computational tools at the time. In the 1950s they were used at Los Alamos for early work relating to the development of the hydrogen bomb, and became popularized in the fields of physics, physical chemistry, and operations research. The Rand Corporation and the U.S.. Air Force were two of the major organizations responsible for funding and disseminating information on Monte Carlo methods during this time, and they began to find a wide application in many different fields.

How?

Simple, you create a formula containing random variables, and then run it! Various values will be assigned to the variables and the number of times a result was achieved is counted and displayed.

Who uses Monte Carlo simulation?

Scientists, mathematicians, wall street bankers, and more...

Create as many simulation formulas as you want...

Variable simulation precision.

3 types of variables

-- uniform distribution

-- Gaussian distribution

-- weighted distribution

Note: The accuracy of the results depends on the assumptions made in the simulated formula!

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Supported Devices:

- iPad