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In this Chapter, we focus our discussion on the generation and statistical testing of pseudo-random numbers. The generation of stochastic variates is described in Chapter 3. 2 Pseudo-random numbers In essence, there is no such a thing as a single random number. Rather, we speak of a sequence of random numbers that follow a specified theoretical or empirical distribution. There are two main approaches to generating random numbers. In the first approach, a physical phenomenon is used as a source of randomness from where random numbers can be generated.

5. In general, let ri be the number of run ups of length i. ) All run-ups with a length i≥6 are grouped together into a single run-up. 6, and aij are known coefficients. ,b6) = ( 6 , 24 , 120 , 720 , 5040 , 840 ) . d). 6, to see how to do a hypothesis testing with the chisquare distribution). The runs test can be also applied to a sequence of 0’s and 1’s. In this case, a run is an uninterrupted sequence of 0’s or 1’s. For further information see “The Art of Programming – Volume 2” by Knuth, Addison-Wesley).

The following is the main recurrence relation for the generation of random sequence of bits: x k +n = x k +m ⊕ ( x ku | x kk +1 ) A , k≥0 We assume that each block, represented by x, has a size of w bits. The meaning of the parameters used€in the above equation is as follows: € • x ku : The upper w-r bits of xk,where 0≤r≤w. • x kl +1 : The lower r bit of xk+l. , joining) of two bit strings. • n: Degree of recurrence relation • m: Integer in the range of 1≤m≤n. • A: A constant w x w matrix defined as below so that the multiplication operation in the above recurrence can be performed extremely fast.

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