On Feb 28, 10:51 am, Cristiano <cristi...@NSgmail.com> wrote: > > When one tries to use a Monte Carlo simulation to estimate a CDF, > there is the big problem of the tails: for small and big p-values, > many samples are needed. > I can get a very good estimate for p-values in the range, say, > .001 < p < .999, in a reasonable amount of time, but outside that > range the simulation starts to demand many numbers.
Last night I found the cdf of s for n = 3. Perhaps someone can simplify it. I[#] = 1 or 0 according as # is true or false.