multiplicative congruential generator

multiplicative congruential generator

[‚məl·tə¦plik·əd·iv ‚kän‚grü′en·chəl ′jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
A congruential generator in which the constant b in the generating formula is equal to zero.
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Although R250 passed a number of statistical tests, a recent experience [Selke 1993] showed that R250 gives wrong results for a clustered Monte Carlo simulation, while the multiplicative congruential generator
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This article presents the development of multiplicative congruential generators with prime modulus m = [2.
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Some research has been devoted to portable implementations of multiplicative congruential generators with m = [2.
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