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A Deterministic Approach to Pseudorandom Pattern Generators

AuthorsFúster Sabater, Amparo; Caballero-Gil, P.
KeywordsDeterministic approach
pattern generator
Issue Date2005
CitationLecture Notes in Computer Science 3746: 695- 704 (2005)
AbstractAn easy method of computing the number of 1's and 0's (balancedness) as well as the number of runs (run quantification) in the sequence obtained from a LFSR-based pseudorandom patter generator has been developed. The procedure is a deterministic alternative to the traditional application of statistical tests. The computation method allows one to check deviation of balancedness and run distribution goodness from standard values. As a straight consequence of the above procedure, simple rules to design pattern generators with adequate pseudorandomness properties are also derived.
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