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Stochastic Properties of Monte-Carlo Device Simulations
The relative stochastic error of a quantity evaluated by stationary MC simulation is proportional to its variance, which can be evaluated with the corresponding autocorrelation function (cf. Sec. 3.4).
KeywordsSpectral Intensity Drain Current Device Simulation Stochastic Property Stochastic Error
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