Joined: 29 Sep 2004 Posts: 36 Location: New York, USA
Posted: Wed Oct 27, 2004 3:17 pm Post subject:
You can check textbooks that have numerical processing in them. They should give you the information that you needed on Eigenvector and Eigenvalue and their application.
Think of the z value is the cut off in a probability distribution. It is just the value on the x axis if you have a univariant probability distribution. Check the Monte Carlo Integration example to see a graphical representation of what I am talking about.
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