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A Suite of Discrete Probability Classes

Five discrete probability distributions most common for use in computer simulations, gaming, artificial intelligence decision making, and environment modeling. The classes differ from other routine mathematical attempts at probability computation with a few tricks that extend the range of allowable inputs. A comparison with Monte Carlo techniques to probability computation is given.

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