pseudorandom


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pseu·do·ran·dom

 (so͞o′dō-răn′dəm)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being random numbers generated by a definite, nonrandom computational process.

pseudorandom

(ˌsjuːdəʊˈrændəm)
adj
(Mathematics) satisfying statistical tests for randomness but produced by a reproducible mathematical procedure
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Then, It will give a new set of practical primitives (signatures, Public-key encryption, Pseudorandom functions, Etc) and suitable methods to combine them with efficient zero-knowledge proofs.
Although often called random number generators, these programs are actually pseudorandom number generators.
With pseudorandom patterns driving gate G2, the probability of having 1 on its output is relatively low.
One approach is using a pseudorandom number generator to select the pixel in which to embed the watermark.
A pseudorandom signal known as a maximum length sequence (MLS) is played from the mouth of the HATS while being simultaneously recorded by the microphone placed at the hands-free microphone location.
Ali, "FPGA Implementation of An LFSR Based Pseudorandom Pattern Generator for MEMS Testing, " International Journal of Computer Applications, vol.
Generally speaking, a pseudorandom function is the function that cannot be distinguished from a truly random function by any efficient procedure that can get the values of the function at arguments of its choice [32].
6] Manuel Blum and Silvio Micali, How to generate cryptographically strong sequences of pseudorandom bits, SIAM Journal on Computing, 13(4) (1984).
Many generator models and analyzing methods of spike trains from neurons including artificial models, such as spike-coding metrics [1], spatiotemporal coding models [2-8], synchronous action models [9-13], and pseudorandom code detection methods [14] have been proposed.
The dynamic behaviors of chaotic systems have some specific features, such as their extreme sensitivity to the variables of initial conditions and system parameters, pseudorandom property, and ergodic and topological transitivity.
b) Simple authentication protocols can support pseudorandom number generators and one-way hash functions only.