pseudorandom numbers

pseudorandom numbers

[‚sü·dō′ran·dəm ′nəm·bərz]
(computer science)
Numbers produced by a definite arithmetic process, but satisfying one or more of the standard tests for randomness.
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Hyperchaotic Rossler map is used to generate a sequence of pseudorandom numbers, which are used in permutation and diffusion process.
To achieve such situation, attacker have to repeat the scenario for some appropriate j, then if it gets new IDS in next protocol run then it means that tag has accepted invalid pseudorandom numbers.
Basic pseudorandom numbers are within the interval <0, 1> and represent a random observation from a continuous uniform distribution on this interval.
Computer games and simulations often depend on pseudorandom numbers.
To determine the waiting time for the next reaction and which reaction will occur within this updated new reaction volume, another pair of pseudorandom numbers [r.
For this reason, their use as uniformly distributed pseudorandom numbers is impossible, considering the whole interval for the output voltages.
Applications involve pseudorandom numbers, stream ciphers, structure of trajectories, p-adic probability theory, p-adic valued quantization, m-adic modeling in cognitive science and psychology, neuronal hierarchy behind the ultrametic mental space, gene expression from dynamics in the 2-adic space, and genetic code on the diadic plane.
The obtained result is a string of pseudorandom numbers with long period that can be successfully used for the construction of the encryption stream keys.
These pseudorandom numbers are unpredictable enough for many, but not all, purposes.
For PK trials the participants' target dog is selected for them, and races are run in real time with the dogs' movements determined by a highly labile (Orion) electronic noise device; for ESP trials the participants have a free choice of which dog will be their target, the target's movements are determined prior to selection and with reference to a relatively fixed (and theoretically virtually uninfluenceable) set of pseudorandom numbers, and the race is replayed using recorded data.
The need for random and pseudorandom numbers arises in many cryptographic applications.