PN sequence

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PN sequence

(Pseudo-random Noise sequence) A set of bits that are generated to be statistically random. See pseudo-random numbers.
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Walker, Ent: A pseudorandom number sequence test program, Software and documentation available at http://www.fourmilab.ch/random/.
Each cell produces a stream of bits, creating this way a PNS (pseudorandom number sequences), obtained by linear transcription of the lattice's values.
Theoretical and methodological considerations on experiments with pseudorandom number sequences. Journal of Parapsychology, 49, 127-153.