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Parallel implementation of the famous MersenneTwister alogorithm relying on Boost/C++11 declination of the algorithm and the original Dynamic Creator algorithm from Makoto Matsumoto and Takuji Nishimura.
Pseudo-Random Number Generation library for GPGPU. ShoveRand provides both implementations of Pseudo-Random Number Generators for GP-GPU and also a framework allowing developers to easily add their own PRNGs to ShoveRand.
Application that lets you create pseudorandom numbers from many different generator librarys like boost/random, MersenneTwister.h or GMP.
This is an implementation of www.grc.com's v3 Perfect Paper Passwords CryptoSystem, a multi-factor authentication application. This implementation, however, uses the PPP CryptoSystem to create a portable pseudo-random password generator tool for primary web site passwords, email accounts, etc. ... [More]
Cartman is a variable key block cipher notable for its simplicity of description and implementation. Non-patented, opensource, free for any usage. Block size is 128 bit. Optimal key size is 512 - 1024 bit. Rounds number is square of keysize in bits / 64, i.e. for 512 bit key 64 rounds are used. ... [More]
A high-throughput, unpredictable random number generator... See http://www.irisa.fr/caps/projects/hipsor/ for more details. I have ported HAVEGE to ATHLON64. I have updated both 32 and 64 bit version of HAVEGE for ATHLON64 architecture. I have modified the size of the inner loop (see ... [More]
ThreadLocalRandom (java 7) rewriting replacing bad PRNG by statistically good ones and correcting bugs from the original implementation (initialization step).
This is the code for the Math::Random::MT::Auto module found on CPAN. It provides auto-seeded Mersenne Twister pseudo-random number generators.
Hasard is a pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) library. It includes multiple engines (algorithms), examples: Arcfour, Mersenne Twister and Linux /dev/random device. It hides internal details to give a simple API. You don't choose directly the engine but a profile like "@fast" or ... [More]
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