[Maxima] generating very long binary sequences
mehmet.suzen at physics.org
Wed Feb 4 01:27:04 CST 2009
Robert Dodier wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 9:52 AM, Mehmet Suzen <mehmet.suzen at physics.org> wrote:
>> What can you suggest to generate very long pseudorandom binary sequence?
>> (At least 1-2 Ghz)
> Well, Maxima has an implementation of the Mersenne twister rng.
> You could concatenate outputs from that to get a long sequence.
> The Maxima function is "random" and the source code is src/rand-mt19937.lisp.
Do you know how long sequence is considered to be safely pseudorandom
with the implementation? (not repeating!) Can you suggest a reference
for the Mersenne Twister?
>> Are there any implementation of Maximum Length Sequence (MLS)?
It's explained here:
I have read somewhere that one can generate very long random binary
sequences with this.
> I don't know what that is. Maybe you can explain briefly.
> Robert Dodier
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