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Monte Carlo Method

Fuzzy distributions are approximations of unavailable probability distributions and replace probability distributions by fuzzy distributions. Problematic using this approach is that probabilistic sampling does not consider the dynamic properties of the systems, the probability density may change during the dynamic evaluation, and the points chosen by the Monte Carlo algorithm during the evaluation may not be significant enough to describe the system behaviour.

Christoph Reich