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Random Number Generation using Shift Register and Quasi method

This page consists of a number of implementation of random numbers. The R250 method is an method of generating random number by shifting registers. The length of the register is 250 which results in a period of 2^249. The code provided in the implementation of R250 can be easily modified for other register lengths.It was implemented by Kirkpatrick and Stoll. There is a Quasi-Random number generator, by Press and Teukolsky.
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    This page last modified on 2008-07-10 .