Definitions for "Monte Carlo Technique"
A technique for obtaining an approximate solution to certain mathematical and physical problems, characteristically involving the replacement of a probability distribution by sample values, usually performed using a computer.
a technique involving randomness, particularly random sampling, and generally relying on statistical principles or effects to produce a useful result
A repeated random sampling from the distribution of values for each of the parameters in a generic (exposure or dose) equation to derive an estimate of the distribution of (exposures or doses in) the population.