Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers

11302019, 01:36 AM
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RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers
(11292019 01:06 PM)Namir Wrote: This is part of ttw's response in my other thread, where he mentions QRNs: Quote:The easiest multidimensional quasirandom sequence is the Richtmeyer sequence. One uses the fractional part of multiples of the square roots of primes. Sqrt(2), Sqrt(3), etc. It's quick to do these by just setting x(i)=0 updating by x(i)=Frac(x(i)+Sqrt(P(i))). Naturally one just stores the fractional parts of the irrationals and updates. (List mode). The sequence is also called the Kronecker or Weyl sequence at times. Using "quote" in place of "code" will autowrap large blocks of text! Remember kids, "In a democracy, you get the government you deserve." 

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Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  Namir  11292019, 01:06 PM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  SlideRule  11292019, 04:49 PM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  mfleming  11302019 01:36 AM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  Namir  11302019, 01:29 PM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  Namir  11302019, 07:52 PM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  ttw  12012019, 05:52 AM
RE: Looking for more algorithms for quasirandom numbers  Csaba Tizedes  12012019, 11:46 AM

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