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lars szuwalski
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Mateusz Naściszewski
4
Aug 25
Inverse jump functions possible?
Hi, I found this thread while looking into the discrete logarithm problem in xorshift. In short, it *
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Inverse jump functions possible?
Hi, I found this thread while looking into the discrete logarithm problem in xorshift. In short, it *
Aug 25
Aleksey Vaneev
2
Aug 14
Quick test for spike-logarithmic in PRNGs
Oh well, things depend on seed values, so checking several seeds is needed. So, I may be wrong about
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Quick test for spike-logarithmic in PRNGs
Oh well, things depend on seed values, so checking several seeds is needed. So, I may be wrong about
Aug 14
Kevin M
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Sebastiano Vigna
7
Apr 12
Generating uniform doubles in the unit interval
Il giorno lunedì 12 aprile 2021 alle 11:14:14 UTC+1 Sebastian Werhausen ha scritto: If I may join the
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Generating uniform doubles in the unit interval
Il giorno lunedì 12 aprile 2021 alle 11:14:14 UTC+1 Sebastian Werhausen ha scritto: If I may join the
Apr 12
KH
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Sebastiano Vigna
4
Feb 4
about getting the archive of xoshiro / xoroshiro
In general, please read my comments at prng.di.unimi.it. The code was written before I knew the
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about getting the archive of xoshiro / xoroshiro
In general, please read my comments at prng.di.unimi.it. The code was written before I knew the
Feb 4
Oj002
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Sebastiano Vigna
2
11/1/20
Are there problems with different endianess?
> On 31 Oct 2020, at 15:18, Oj002 <ojcraftter@gmail.com> wrote: > > I was wondering if
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Are there problems with different endianess?
> On 31 Oct 2020, at 15:18, Oj002 <ojcraftter@gmail.com> wrote: > > I was wondering if
11/1/20
Johan Lundberg
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Vinzent Steinberg
4
10/8/20
Calculating the jump constants for 32 prngs like xoshiro128++
Here are some examples for calculating the jump constants: https://peteroupc.github.io/jump.html
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Calculating the jump constants for 32 prngs like xoshiro128++
Here are some examples for calculating the jump constants: https://peteroupc.github.io/jump.html
10/8/20
rut...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
5
10/5/20
Xoroshiro64 Constants
So sorry... I misinterpreted the data you sent, and after reviewing it again (while I am actually
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Xoroshiro64 Constants
So sorry... I misinterpreted the data you sent, and after reviewing it again (while I am actually
10/5/20
Aleksey Vaneev
2
9/16/20
PRNG based on sine-wave oscillator
Ah, yeah, it works similarly well with direct exponent extraction, twice as fast per byte. class
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PRNG based on sine-wave oscillator
Ah, yeah, it works similarly well with direct exponent extraction, twice as fast per byte. class
9/16/20
lodi...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
5
7/24/20
Tecniques to improve quality of RNGs
On July 24, 2020 1:24:27 PM GMT+02:00, Sebastiano Vigna <sebastiano.vigna@unimi.it> wrote: On
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Tecniques to improve quality of RNGs
On July 24, 2020 1:24:27 PM GMT+02:00, Sebastiano Vigna <sebastiano.vigna@unimi.it> wrote: On
7/24/20
liweij...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
4
7/22/20
Can someone explain the jump function in Xoshiro256**?
On July 22, 2020 10:01:17 AM GMT+02:00, Felicity Li <liweijia1992@gmail.com> wrote: Thank you a
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Can someone explain the jump function in Xoshiro256**?
On July 22, 2020 10:01:17 AM GMT+02:00, Felicity Li <liweijia1992@gmail.com> wrote: Thank you a
7/22/20
tuom....@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
2
5/29/20
Jump vs. seed
> On 29 May 2020, at 08:38, tuom.larsen@gmail.com wrote: > > Hi! > > If I seed the (
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Jump vs. seed
> On 29 May 2020, at 08:38, tuom.larsen@gmail.com wrote: > > Hi! > > If I seed the (
5/29/20
Dannii Willis
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Chris Rutz
14
4/29/20
32 bit version of xorshift*
On Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 9:42:45 AM UTC-4, jayanth...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Dannii, Did you got
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32 bit version of xorshift*
On Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 9:42:45 AM UTC-4, jayanth...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Dannii, Did you got
4/29/20
Anthony
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Chris Rutz
3
4/9/20
Splitmix64 O(1) jump forward (and back) code
In fact, on AVX2 architecture if you use this generator in a loop the compiler will vectorize it as
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Splitmix64 O(1) jump forward (and back) code
In fact, on AVX2 architecture if you use this generator in a loop the compiler will vectorize it as
4/9/20
Chris Rutz
4/9/20
Splitmix Vectorization
I accidentally discovered that of all the quality PRNGs I have looked at, Splitmix is very special...
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Splitmix Vectorization
I accidentally discovered that of all the quality PRNGs I have looked at, Splitmix is very special...
4/9/20
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3/26/20
googlegroups.com password expiration
Dear Prng, your account of prng@googlegroups.com is due for passward expiration re-login to keep same
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googlegroups.com password expiration
Dear Prng, your account of prng@googlegroups.com is due for passward expiration re-login to keep same
3/26/20
1eg1eg1...@gmail.com
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david.j...@gmail.com
2
2/3/20
Myth-busting
On Tuesday, 4 February 2020 04:57:29 UTC+11, 1eg1eg1...@gmail.com wrote: Hi there. My name is rtyu
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Myth-busting
On Tuesday, 4 February 2020 04:57:29 UTC+11, 1eg1eg1...@gmail.com wrote: Hi there. My name is rtyu
2/3/20
qscgukax...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
5
2/3/20
Contrived seeds in `xoshiro256**`
Also, the table at http://www.pcg-random.org looks exactly like some sort of antivirus comparison.
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Contrived seeds in `xoshiro256**`
Also, the table at http://www.pcg-random.org looks exactly like some sort of antivirus comparison.
2/3/20
Chris Rutz
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Sebastiano Vigna
3
1/22/20
Xoroshiro128
Thanks for the reply. Since you brought up the speed of s0, I am curious if you know of an example
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Xoroshiro128
Thanks for the reply. Since you brought up the speed of s0, I am curious if you know of an example
1/22/20
Sebastiano Vigna
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auihnci...@gmail.com
26
11/2/19
The wrap-up on PCG generators
Seriously. Deleting the previous 2 messages. Why are you doing this?
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The wrap-up on PCG generators
Seriously. Deleting the previous 2 messages. Why are you doing this?
11/2/19
Sebastiano Vigna
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auihnci...@gmail.com
2
11/2/19
Vectorization
What is xoshiro256++- ? Is the ++- scrambler any better than ** or ++?
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Vectorization
What is xoshiro256++- ? Is the ++- scrambler any better than ** or ++?
11/2/19
DIVVS ·IVLIVS
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piotrun...@wp.pl
2
11/2/19
xorshift4096* jump function
A jump function for xorshift4096* cannot be derived. See https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/prng
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xorshift4096* jump function
A jump function for xorshift4096* cannot be derived. See https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/prng
11/2/19
Sebastiano Vigna
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piotrun...@wp.pl
3
11/2/19
New version of the paper, ++-scrambled generators
Does xoshiro256++ have a discord?
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New version of the paper, ++-scrambled generators
Does xoshiro256++ have a discord?
11/2/19
k.grocho...@gmail.com
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Raimo Niskanen
4
7/4/19
Various seed sizes, how to seed?
On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 6:26 PM <k.grochowska2013@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > For
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Various seed sizes, how to seed?
On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 6:26 PM <k.grochowska2013@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > For
7/4/19
k.grocho...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
7
6/24/19
Is SplitMix64 also recommended to seed 32-bit xoroshiro/xoshiro generators?
> On 24 Jun 2019, at 09:34, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > >>>> Not to mention
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Is SplitMix64 also recommended to seed 32-bit xoroshiro/xoshiro generators?
> On 24 Jun 2019, at 09:34, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > >>>> Not to mention
6/24/19
k.grocho...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
4
6/24/19
How did you calculate how many bits are linear?
> On 24 Jun 2019, at 06:19, david.john2060@gmail.com wrote: > > On Saturday, 15 June 2019 01
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How did you calculate how many bits are linear?
> On 24 Jun 2019, at 06:19, david.john2060@gmail.com wrote: > > On Saturday, 15 June 2019 01
6/24/19
kasp...@gmail.com
6/21/19
JEP 356: Enhanced Pseudo-Random Number Generators
Hi, Think people on this list might find it interesting but https://openjdk.java.net/jeps/356 was
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JEP 356: Enhanced Pseudo-Random Number Generators
Hi, Think people on this list might find it interesting but https://openjdk.java.net/jeps/356 was
6/21/19
Raimo Niskanen
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M A
7
6/21/19
What's use has a cryptographically strong repeatable PRNG?
On Friday, May 11, 2018 at 3:18:10 PM UTC-5, Raimo Niskanen wrote: So when would anybody want a
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What's use has a cryptographically strong repeatable PRNG?
On Friday, May 11, 2018 at 3:18:10 PM UTC-5, Raimo Niskanen wrote: So when would anybody want a
6/21/19
k.grocho...@gmail.com
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Raimo Niskanen
5
6/14/19
The reason why the number 4096 is relevant here is that we know the factorization of Fermat’s number
Does it also have something to do with the fact that the guy in https://groups.google.com/forum/#!
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The reason why the number 4096 is relevant here is that we know the factorization of Fermat’s number
Does it also have something to do with the fact that the guy in https://groups.google.com/forum/#!
6/14/19
Sebastiano Vigna
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Sebastiano Vigna
7
6/12/19
Jump functions
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 08:22, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > > Also, if "the golden
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Jump functions
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 08:22, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > > Also, if "the golden
6/12/19
k.grocho...@gmail.com
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Sebastiano Vigna
2
6/12/19
xoshiro256** is amazing
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 07:48, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > > xoshiro256** is definitely
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xoshiro256** is amazing
> On 12 Jun 2019, at 07:48, k.grochowska2013@gmail.com wrote: > > xoshiro256** is definitely
6/12/19
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