Multiplicative Random Number Generators For 48-Bit Computors. by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.

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Here is the random number generator used by some bit mantissa vector computers (Cray Research (a)): MC[A2E7B, 0, ]. m = p (prime), c = 0. The full period of p is not possible here since zero cannot be a member of the sequence. However, a period of p - 1 is possible if a is a primitive element modulo p and x0 is not zero.

MULTIPLICATIVE CONGRUENTIAL RANDOM NUMBER GENERATORS WITH MODULUS 2ß: AN EXHAUSTIVE ANALYSIS FOR ß = 32 AND A PARTIAL ANALYSIS FOR ß = 48 GEORGE S. FISHMAN Abstract. This paper presents the results of a search to find optimal maximal period multipliers for multiplicative congruential random number generators with moduli 2 and 2.

The demand for random numbers in scientific applications is increasing. However, the most widely used multiplicative, congruential random-number generators with modulus 2 31 - 1 have a cycle length of about × 10 er, developing portable and efficient generators with a larger modulus such as 2 61 - 1 is more difficult than those with modulus 2 31 - by: 5.

A ‘good’ random-number generator should satisfy the following properties: Uniformity: The numbers generated appear to be distributed uniformly on.0;1/; Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Multiplicative congruential generators uses the top 32 bits of the bit random seed.

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Any value in the sequence can be used to “seed” the generator. A Multiplicative Random Number Generators For 48-Bit Computors. book stream: Refers to a starting seed taken from the sequence X 0, X 1,X P.

Linear congruential generator (LCG) 19 Random Stream Definition (Random Number Stream): The subsequence of random numbers generated from a given seed is called a random number stream. R R 10 2 5 R 8 R 2 3 R 3 1 0 RR 5 4 6 R 6 7 R 7 4 A seed, e.g. R 1 =2, defines a starting place in the cycle and thus a sequence.

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This involves three integer parameters a, b, and m, and a seed variable x 0. This method deterministically generates a sequence of numbers (based on the seed) with a seemingly random.

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HUI-CHIN. However, the most widely used multiplicative, congruential random-number generators with modulus [] - 1 have a cycle length of about x [sup.9]. Kirkpatrick and Stoll [] presented a lagged-Fibonacci generator (cf. Anderson []), called R, which is very fast and has a cycle length of [] - 1.

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Two or more multiplicative congruential random-number generators with prime modulus combined by means of a method proposed by Wichmann and Hill () yield a random-number generator equivalent to a multiplicative congruential random-number generator with modulus equal to the product of the moduli of the component multiplicative congruential generators.

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This paper describes an empirical search for correlation in sample sequences produced by 16 multiplicative congruential random number generators with modulus 2 31 - 1. Each generator has a distinct multiplier. One multiplier is in common use in the LLRANDOM and IMSL random generation packages as well as in APL and SIMPL/1.

A general formula of a random number generator (RNG) of this type is: where the modulus n is a prime number or a power of a prime number, the multiplier g is an element of high multiplicative order modulo n (e.g., a primitive root modulo n), and the seed X 0 is co-prime to n.

Linear congruential generator. Multiplicative congruential generators, also known as Lehmer random number generators, is a type of linear congruential generator for generating pseudorandom numbers in [latex]U(0, 1)[/latex].

The multiplicative congruential generator, often abbreviated as MLCG or MCG, is defined as a recurrence relation similar to the LCG with [latex]c = 0.

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