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Topic: 64-bit KISS RNGs
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Re: 64-bit KISS RNGs
Posted: Mar 1, 2009 4:30 AM
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galathaea <galathaea@gmail.com> writes:

RANLUX is slow, but at the highest "luxury level" all 24 bits of the
mantissa are chaotic. So, one could just stick these together to create
numbers containing more bits.

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