DIEHARD  random number validation 

DIEHARD: a battery of tests for random number generators developed by George Marsaglia. Random Numbers fall mainly in the planes. Also available: CDROM of really random numbers (Apr 2003)

Mersenne Twister  A random number generator 

Mersenne Twister (MT) is a pseudorandom number generator developped by Matsumoto and Nishimura. Far longer period and far higher order of equidistribution than any other implemented generators (2^199371). LGPL in C. (Apr 2003)

Newran  C++ Random Number Library 

The aim is to provide reasonably efficient methods from the standard distributions. Distributions directly supported are uniform, normal, chisquared, exponential, gamma, Cauchy, Pareto, Poisson, binomial, negative binomial. (Apr 2002)

NHSE Random Number Resource Page 

Information about random number generators and pointers to software for generating pseudorandom numbers on highperformance computers and testing the randomness properties of these generators. (Apr 2003)

Really Random Numbers  based on white noise 

Really Random Numbers uses a realtime number generation process based on white noise in the sound card. Passes virtually all statistical tests of randomness and beats biased and predictable pseudorandom number generators. Win32. $99 (Apr 2003)

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