Using(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); , I need to define aMathematicadiscreteprobability distribution of N equally spaced angles on the interval [0, 2Pi], which isn't exactly uniform. More precisely, I need the distribution to feature a "Poisson-like" behavior : the angles should be randomly selected by random "packs" distributed on the interval, a bit like the rough "diagram" below :

I don't want the distribution to be fully uniform...Code (Text):

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0 2Pi

Any idea how to do this with?Mathematica

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# Random angles on the interval [0, 2Pi]

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