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`` Le Theatre D'Art Du Ballet '', of Monte Carlo, will present a program of four ballets including `` Francesca Da Rimini ''.
* He married 1908, Cleope Teresa Magliano ( 1888 – 1926 ), a dancer with the Ballet Opera of Monte Carlo.
* In analysis of Markov chain Monte Carlo data, autocorrelation must be taken into account for correct error determination.
In most cases, the computation is intractable, but good approximations can be obtained using Markov chain Monte Carlo methods.
In the 1980s, there was a dramatic growth in research and applications of Bayesian methods, mostly attributed to the discovery of Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, which removed many of the computational problems, and an increasing interest in nonstandard, complex applications.
Therefore, four loose families of more-efficient light transport modelling techniques have emerged: rasterization, including scanline rendering, geometrically projects objects in the scene to an image plane, without advanced optical effects ; ray casting considers the scene as observed from a specific point-of-view, calculating the observed image based only on geometry and very basic optical laws of reflection intensity, and perhaps using Monte Carlo techniques to reduce artifacts ; and ray tracing is similar to ray casting, but employs more advanced optical simulation, and usually uses Monte Carlo techniques to obtain more realistic results at a speed that is often orders of magnitude slower.
Often, ray tracing methods are utilized to approximate the solution to the rendering equation by applying Monte Carlo methods to it.
In path tracing, however, only a single ray or none is fired at each intersection, utilizing the statistical nature of Monte Carlo experiments.
Mathematics used in rendering includes: linear algebra, calculus, numerical mathematics, signal processing, and Monte Carlo methods.
At rough vacuum, this asymmetric heating effect generates a net gas movement across each vane, from the concave side to the convex side, as shown by the researchers ' Direct Simulation Monte Carlo ( DSMC ) modeling.
Constraints on many cosmological parameters can be obtained from their effects on the power spectrum, and results are often calculated using Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling techniques.
Density-functional theory, classical molecular dynamics and kinetic Monte Carlo
On the strength of these performances, Earnhardt took the No. 3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet Monte Carlo to 2nd in the standings.
* Steve Park, driver of the No. 1 DEI Pennzoil Chevrolet Monte Carlo, was one of the drivers involved in the crash on lap 173.
* 1818 – Charles III, Prince of Monaco, founder of the Monte Carlo casino ( d. 1889 )
Beatty was late taking up his new post, choosing not to cut short a holiday in Monte Carlo.
In 1947, Fermi invented the FERMIAC, an analog computer that used the Monte Carlo Method to study neutron transport through fissionable materials.
Category: Monte Carlo methodologists
The ACM made their first foray into motorsport by holding the Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo in 1911.
In order to attain full national status, Noghès proposed the creation of an automobile Grand Prix in the streets of Monte Carlo.
Puccini completed the score of La rondine, to a libretto by Giuseppe Adami in 1916 after two years of work, and it was premiered at the Grand Théâtre de Monte Carlo on 27 March 1917.
* La rondine, libretto by Giuseppe Adami ( premiered at the Opéra of Monte Carlo, 27 March 1917 )

Monte and literally
* 2004: Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo ( 巌窟王 Gankutsuoo, literally The King of the Cave ) Japanese animation adaptation.
El Monte was literally an oasis or island in the middle of the arid San Gabriel Valley.
Monte Dinero ( literally, " Mount Money ") is a town on the southeastern tip of Patagonia, in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina.
The " Monte Verità " ( literally Hill of Truth ) in Ascona has an important historical background.
These carros de cesto ( literally, ), baskets with seats on wooden skis which were slid the inclined streets of Monte, guided by two pilots from behind, began operating in the late 19th century to descend the three kilometres to Funchal.
The parish of Monte literally extends along the mountainous foothills in the northeast corner of the municipality of Funchal, limited by the valley of Ribeira de João Gomes and west by the river-valley of Fundoa.

Monte and Mount
* Hamilcar Barca transfers his army to the slopes of Mount Eryx ( Monte San Giuliano ), from which he is able to lend support to the besieged garrison in the neighbouring town of Drepanum ( Trapani ).
Landing on the north-west of the island with a small mercenary force, he seizes a strong position on Mount Ercte ( Monte Pellegrino, near Palermo ), and not only successfully defends himself against all attacks, but also carries his raids as far as the coast of southern Italy.
Hamilcar next raided Locri in Bruttium and the area around Brindisi in 247 BC, and upon his return he seized a strong position on Mount Ercte ( Monte Pellegrino, just north of Palermo or Mt.
In 1834 the Mexican land grant Rancho Monte del Diablo at the base of Mount Diablo was granted to Salvio Pacheco ( for whom the nearby town of Pacheco is named ).
Founded in 1866, Monte Carlo has a name of Italian origin meaning " Mount Charles ", in honor of the then-reigning prince, Charles III of Monaco.
* Mount Belvedere in northern Italy, an important position in the Battle of Monte Castello
They were proven correct the next afternoon, Wednesday 22 April 1500, when the fleet anchored near what Cabral christened the Monte Pascoal (" Easter Mount ", it being the week of Easter ).
Bierstadt named it Mount Rosa, a reference to both Monte Rosa above Zermatt and, Rosalie Ludlow, his future wife, but the name was changed from Rosalie to Evans in 1895 in honor of Colorado governor John Evans.
Although several travelers who visited the Holy Land during the twelfth, thirteenth, and 14th centuries ( e. g. Riccoldo da Monte di Croce, Burchard of Mount Sion, James of Verona ), mention a " Via Sacra ," i. e., a settled route along which pilgrims were conducted, there is nothing in their accounts to identify this with the Way of the Cross, as we understand it.
Le Pollen du Monte Urticando ( The pollen of Mount Urticando, 11 / 1989 ).
Monte Roraima | Mount Roraima.
The unit made concerted attacks on the Mount Belvedere area, climbing nearby Riva Ridge during the night 18 February and attacking Monte Della Torraccia on 20 February.
The name Monte del Diablo (‘ Mount of the Devil ’) appears on the " Plano topográfico de la Misión de San José " about 1824, where there was an Indian settlement at the approximate site of the present town of Concord.
The community of Monte Verità (' Mount Truth ') which emerged in 1900 at Ascona, Switzerland, is described by the Swiss art critic Harald Szeemann as " the southernmost outpost of a far-reaching Nordic lifestyle-reform, that is, alternative movement ".
At this, the Argentines transferred the name Monte Independencia from Mount Robinson to Mount Adam.
The Sanctuary of Monte Sant ' Angelo sul Gargano, sometimes called simply Monte Gargano, is a Catholic sanctuary on Mount Gargano, Italy, part of the commune of Monte Sant ' Angelo, in the province of Foggia, northern Apulia.
In 1907 Procida lost its mainland territory, which became independent and is commonly called the Mount of Procida ( Monte di Procida ).
Inhabitants call it " Monte el Viejo " (" Old Mount ").
He had begun to train as a mountaineer in 1882 on Mont Blanc and Monte Rosa ( Italian Alps ): in 1897 he made the first ascent of Mount Saint Elias ( Canada / U. S., 5, 489 m ).
The naval Battle of Mount Athos ( also known as the Battle of Monte Sancto and the Battle of Lemnos ) took place from 19 – 22 June 1807 and was a key naval battle of the Russo-Turkish War ( 1806 – 12, part of the Napoleonic Wars ).

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