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14. 0. E. Percus and M. H. Kalos, “Random Number Generators for MIMD Parallel Processors,” J . Par. Distr. Comp. 6, 477-497 (1989). 15. R. P. Brent, “Uniform Random Number Generators for Supercomputers,” in Proceedings Fifth Australian Supercomputer Conference, 5ASC Organizing Committee, 1992, pp. 95104. 16. M. Mascagni, “Parallel Linear Congruential Generators with Prime Moduli,” Parallel Computing (in press). 17. M. Mascagni, S. A. Cuccaro, and D. V. Pryor, “Techniques for Testing the Quality of Parallel Pseudorandom Number Generators,” in Proceedings of the Seventh SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, SIAM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1995, pp.
A. Linear Congruential Generators The most commonly used generator for pseudo-random numbers is the linear congruential generator (LCG)  : x, = ax,- + b(mod m) (34 where rn is the modulus, a the multiplier, and c the additive constant or addend. The size of the modulus constrains the period, and it is usually chosen to be either prime or a power of 2. This generator (with m a power of 2 and c = 0) is the de facto standard included with FORTRAN and C compilers. One of the biggest disadvantages to using a power-of-2 modulus is that the least significant bits of the integers produced by these LCGs have extremely short periods.
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Advances in Chemical Physics: Monte Carlo Methods in Chemical Physics, Volume 105 by David M. Ferguson, J. Ilja Siepmann, Donald G. Truhlar, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice