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From: Harry Erwin (herwin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-02-22 11:12:22

A couple of things. Most people who really use random number
generators (RNGs) in science or statistics want to be able to repeat
their experiments. Hence a natural implementation of a RNG is as a
forward iterator. I've been working on an implementation from that
perspective that also addresses the various kinds of RNGs that
computational scientists typically need: binomial, uniform, random
integer, negative exponential, and normal distributions. If people
would like to see the header file, I can mail it to them. E-mail me
at <herwin_at_[hidden]>


Harry Erwin, PhD, <>, Bat Researcher, 
Senior SW Analyst and Security Engineer, and Adjunct Professor of 
Computer Science, George Mason University. 

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