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random number generator,

n a specific kind of random event generator that uses an electronic circuit to produce a random string of numbers. Such circuits are useful in studying mind-matter interactions. See also mind-matter interactions and random event generator.
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The first, relatively unnoticed, idea of designing a pseudo-random number generator by making use of chaotic first order nonlinear difference equation was proposed by Oishi and Inoue [34] in 1982 where they could construct a uniform random number generator with an arbitary Kolmogorov entropy.
Routines include: one- and two-dimensional fast Fourier transforms (FFTs), linear equation solvers, singular value decompositions, linear and quadratic optimizers, algorithms for polynomial fitting, functions for filtering, several robust random number generators, and much more.
Random number generators are key ingredients in such QKD systems as to enable secure one-time pad random key generations.
There are two major methods of random number generation, each with their own strengths and applications: Pseudo-Random Number Generators (PRNGs) and True Random Number Generators (TRNGs).
Chaos-based cryptography is widely investigated in recent years, especially in the field of random number generators.
There will be less risk of fraud and money laundering sites and random number generators will be checked and rechecked on a regular basis.
Perhaps his greatest contributions were the development of quantum-based electronic random number generators (RNG) to allow for the rigorous study of psychokinesis (mind-matter interaction), and for the development of ingenious protocols that allowed proponents and skeptics to directly collaborate in psi experiments.
I built random number generators linked to databases of the words of R S Thomas.
Additional random number generators built into the ECSL system include routines using random distribution, normal distribution, and arbitrary or empirical sample distribution tables.
UNDERWORLD fraudsters are using random number generators to tap into the bank accounts of Irish customers.
This non-random behavior happens because the standard random number generators in computers are not really random.