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AES, the Advanced Encryption Standard, is one of the most important algorithms in modern cryptography. Certain randomness properties of AES are of vital importance for its security. At the same time, these properties make AES an interesting candidate for a fast nonlinear random number generator...
The inversion method for generating nonuniform random variates has some advantages compared to other generation methods, since it monotonically transforms uniform random numbers into non-uniform random variates. Hence, it is the method of choice in the simulation literature. However, except for...
Random numbers with high cryptographic quality are needed to enhance the security of cryptography applications. Software heuristics for generating empirically strong random number sequences rely on entropy gathering by measuring unpredictable external events. These generators only deliver a few...
There have been many proposals for randomizations of digital nets. Some of those proposals greatly reduce the computational burden of random scrambling. This article compares the sampling variance under different scrambling methods. Some scrambling methods adversely affect the variance, even to...
In this (largely expository) article, we propose a simple modification of the multiply-with-carry random number generators of Marsaglia 1994 and Couture and L'Écuyer 1997. The resulting generators are both efficient (since they may be configured with a base b which is a power of 2) and exhibit...
We propose a system of multiple recursive generators of modulus p and order k where all nonzero coefficients of the recurrence are equal. The advantage of this property is that a single multiplication is needed to compute the recurrence, so the generator would run faster than the general case....
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