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Re: ideal interface for Random Number Generators?     

Group: comp.lang.c++ · Group Profile · Search for ideal interface for Random Number Generators in comp.lang.c++
Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:49

... instead of single //====== end of random number generating methods That's the basics for getting output from an RNG using this interface. I'm not at all ... of distributions that might be of interest to some mathematician somewhere, and I don't want to clutter up the interface with that many.  But it would be possible to add one or two of the most common ...
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Group: sci.stat.math · Group Profile · Search for ideal interface for Random Number Generators in sci.stat.math
Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:49

... instead of single //====== end of random number generating methods That's the basics for getting output from an RNG using this interface. I'm not at all ... of distributions that might be of interest to some mathematician somewhere, and I don't want to clutter up the interface with that many.  But it would be possible to add one or two of the most common ...
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Re: ideal interface for Random Number Generators?     

Group: comp.lang.c++ · Group Profile · Search for ideal interface for Random Number Generators in comp.lang.c++
Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:40

...Boost random distributions are ~80 lines with comments. Random generators that substract_with_carry and lagged_fibonacci are longest ~500 lines. I... boost. I bet that some sort of chaos_of_orz engine in Boost.Random gives you more fame and users than your own full... small simple templates in the interface intended for the most basic and common activities. adding a generator to Boost: ...
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Re: ideal interface for Random Number Generators?     

Group: sci.stat.math · Group Profile · Search for ideal interface for Random Number Generators in sci.stat.math
Author: orz
Date: Jun 8, 2010 10:40

...Boost random distributions are ~80 lines with comments. Random generators that substract_with_carry and lagged_fibonacci are longest ~500 lines. I... boost. I bet that some sort of chaos_of_orz engine in Boost.Random gives you more fame and users than your own full... small simple templates in the interface intended for the most basic and common activities. adding a generator to Boost: ...
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Group: misc.activism.progressive · Group Profile · Search for ideal interface for Random Number Generators in misc.activism.progressive
Author: nytr
Date: Nov 29, 2006 21:10

... would be unable to counter the dynamic forces, and collapse would proceed to the ground. Physics Problem Number 1 -- Free Fall of the WTC Towers "How could the WTC towers collapse in ... with the building's core and periphery. Recalling the last form of the force balance, and inserting the numbers from this example, we find the magnitude of the total reaction force to be F/(m*g) = 1 ...
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