**F**ollowing my earlier post, I received further typos from Amir Alipour and Gholamhussein Gholami, a former student of mine now teaching in Iran, found in * Monte Carlo Statistical Method*, again concentrated in a limited number of pages:

“Page 37, Example 2.2, . Then should has the same behavior as a sequence of random numbers distributed according to the arcsine distribution not itself. Furthermore, in figure Fig.2.1, you have used a function without explaining that what it is.

Page 52, Example 2.19, line 26. “Since the maximum …”. The power of should be , otherwise we will end by . I didn’t get why it should attain its maxima!! while we are looking for the smallest bound.

Page 53, Example 2.20, line 10. The ratio should be .

Page 53, Example 2.20, line 15. It seems Eq. 2.11 should be.

Page 583, Negative Binomial distribution, should be “

and I have posted those new typos on the associated (Hall of Shame!) webpage. The last one is particularly embarrassing! Many thanks to those two Iranian readers!

**A**s an aside, it seems the new edition of * The Bayesian Choice,* originally intended as a paperback, is now printed as a hardcover, which makes it a real deal at

**$39**(or 30 euros)!!!