Can i use box muller transform to generate a distribution with two different sigma (i.e. sigma_x and sigma_y)?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I want to generate a random gaussian angle (C) relative to z axis on circle plane, then set the angle relative to the x, A and y axis, B, wrt to the original angle.

However, I want the output to be elliptical on x/y plane...

Some pseudo code would help.

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# Box Muller transform

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