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This is a common occurrence in monte carlo models. I suggest you look into Cholesky decomposition. The basic idea is that if you have a covariance matrix M that describes the relationship between your data, the cholesky decomposition will produce a lower triangular matrix L such that M = L * L' Now if you generate a vector X of random normals you can take L ...


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