### Some articles on *numbers, random number generators, random, random number, number, random number generator, random numbers*:

... emotion or draw the simultaneous attention of large

**numbers**of people may affect the output of hardware

**random number generators**in a statistically significant way ... The GCP maintains a network of hardware

**random number generators**which are interfaced to computers at 70 locations around the world ... Custom software reads the output of the

**random number generators**and records a trial (sum of 200 bits) once every second ...

... mechanisms responsible for (apparently)

**random**behavior in systems Randomness coming from the environment (for example, Brownian motion, but also hardware

**random number**... is also called pseudorandomness and is the kind used in pseudo-

**random number generators**... are many algorithms (based on arithmetics or cellular automaton) to generate pseudorandom

**numbers**...

... This article discusses the

**number**thirty-eight ... of 38, see 38 (disambiguation) ← 39 ... → 38 ← 39 ... → List of

**numbers**— Integers 90 ... → Cardinal ...

512 bit digest) Cryptographic Pseudo-

**Random Number Generators**PRNG for DSA in FIPS Pub 186-2 Appendix 3 PRNG in ANSI X9.42-2001 Annex C.1/C.2 PRNG in ANSI X9.62-1998 Annex A.4 PRNG in ANSI X9.63-2001 Annex A.4 PRNG ...

**Random Number Generators**

... See also Hardware

**random number generator**#Clock drift Computer programs often need high quality

**random numbers**, especially for cryptography ... There are several similar ways clock drift can be used to build

**random number generators**(RNGs) ... One way to build a hardware

**random number generator**is to use two independent clock crystals, one that for instance ticks 100 times per second and one that ticks 1 million times per second ...

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