Fitting a Stochastic Model for Golden-Ten

J.C. de Vos, B.B. van der Genugten

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    Abstract

    Golden-Ten is an observation game in which players try to predict the outcome of the motion of a ball rolling down the surface of a drum.This paper describes the motion of the ball as a stochastic model, based on a deterministic, mechanical model.To this end, the motion is split into several stages, each one of which has its own characteristics.The aim of this paper is to construct a simulation model that completely matches the experimental data obtained from earlier research.Even the peculiarities of the special experimental setup will be incorporated.The simulation program is written in MATLAB.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationTilburg
    PublisherEconometrics
    Number of pages23
    Volume735
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

    Publication series

    NameFEW Research Memorandum
    Volume735

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    Stochastic models
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    Keywords

    • probability
    • simulation models
    • stochastic processes
    • Brownian motion
    • differential equations

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    de Vos, J. C., & van der Genugten, B. B. (1996). Fitting a Stochastic Model for Golden-Ten. (FEW Research Memorandum; Vol. 735). Tilburg: Econometrics.
    de Vos, J.C. ; van der Genugten, B.B. / Fitting a Stochastic Model for Golden-Ten. Tilburg : Econometrics, 1996. 23 p. (FEW Research Memorandum).
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    de Vos JC, van der Genugten BB. Fitting a Stochastic Model for Golden-Ten. Tilburg: Econometrics, 1996. 23 p. (FEW Research Memorandum).