Random Sources for Cryptographic Systems
Random and pseudorandom sources have long been of interest in the study of statistical processes. Applications include the simulation of computer networks and communication channels. In these systems, pseudorandom sources (PRS) are preferred over true random sources (TRS) as repeatability (recreatability) of observations is important.
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