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Christian Grant managed to override the random number generator at Gala Bingo, calling out numbers he knew were on cards bought by two different girlfriends, Samantha Temple and Nandi Ndebele.
This includes a new random number generator, the generation of univariate GARCH, asymmetric GARCH and EGARCH processes, quasi-random number generators and generators for further distributors.
Researchers are now building random number generators that exploit this unpredictability.
This means that whether or not some element of the population is included in the sample is governed solely by having its number come up on the roll of a die, toss of a coin, or, more realistically, by being selected by a random number generator.
In addition, the company plans to add a random number generator to the core silicon.
Incorporating a true random number generator, miniHSM offers secure cryptographic key provisioning and storage, and a built-in real-time clock enables value-added functionality such as time-stamping in addition to the standard cryptographic functions of encryption, digital signing and authentication.
Intel Corp will embed individual identification codes and a random number generator on all its processors, starting with the Pentium III, due out in February.
In the upper illustrations, a computer-generated array of faces, in which facial parameters were computed using a random number generator, demonstrates the diversity of faces available for data representation.