Naval Postgraduate School random number generator package LLRANDOM
Lewis, Peter A. W.
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The report is intended to describe an interim version of a computer program package for random number generation on the IBM System/360. The package, when called by a FORTRAN 4 program, will deliver either a single value or an array (of specified size) of single precision uniformly, normally, or exponentially distributed pseudo-random deviates, or a single value or an array of uniformly distributed integers between 1 and ((2 to the 31st power)-1). The package also has the ability (optional) to shuffle the pseudo-random numbers to obtain better statistical properties. (Author)
NPS Report NumberNPS55LW73061A
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