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This library was built to provide a set of easy-to-use, statistically-sound, high performance pseudorandom number generators.
The five generators are:
· A Java port of the fast and reliable Mersenne Twister RNG originally developed by Makoto Matsumoto and Takuji Nishimura. It is faster than java.util.Random, does not have the same statistical flaws as that RNG and also has a long period (219937). The Mersenne Twister is an excellent general purpose RNG.
· A Java implementation of the very fast PRNG described by George Marsaglia. It has a period of about 2160, which although much shorter than the Mersenne Twister’s, is still significantly longer than that of java.util.Random. This is the RNG to use when performance is the primary concern. It can be up to twice as fast as the Mersenne Twister.
· A Java implementation of a Complementary-Multiply-With-Carry (CMWC) RNG as described by George Marsaglia. It has an extremely long period (2131104) and performance comparable to the Mersenne Twister (though the Mersenne Twister has the advantage of only requiring 16 bytes of seed data rather than the 16 kilobytes required by the CMWC RNG).
· This is a cryptographically-strong1 non-linear RNG that is around 10x faster than java.security.SecureRandom. Reverse-engineering the generator state from observations of its output would involve cracking the AES block cipher.
· A Java port of Tony Pasqualoni’s fast Cellular Automaton RNG. It uses a 256-cell automaton to generate random values.
This library is built on the idea that a set of high-quality pseudorandom number generators are needed to complete useful research. I have chosen the following RNGs on the basis of their long history of success and popularity:
· The Mersenne Twister is the most-used RNG in the world, as testified by the variety and quality of the research that has been published based on it.
· George Marsaglia’s XORShift RNG is the fastest RNG of any kind, bar none.
· As this library

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The Uncommons Maths Cracked 2022 Latest Version Mersenne Twister RNG is a general purpose pseudorandom number generator.
It is the successor to the java.util.Random.
When the algorithm is used it is not quite as good as java.util.Random. It is faster, however.
It can be implemented in a similar fashion to java.util.Random and has the same statistical flaws.2
It is the basis of the RNG in Microbe and the RNG in Game of Life. It is also used as the basis of the Mersenne Twister implementation.
The Uncommons Maths XORShiftRNG is a fast high-performance PRNG written by George Marsaglia. It is based on a polynomial division algorithm as described by George Marsaglia.3
There are several advantages to the XORShiftRNG as a pseudorandom number generator, compared to Mersenne Twister. It is slower (10-20x), but it uses less memory.
Of course, the XORShiftRNG is much, much faster than java.util.Random (which would have to use an entire Java Integer to store 16 bytes of information).
The Uncommons Maths CMWC4096RNG (pronounced C4-9-6) is a Complementary Multiply With Carry RNG as described by George Marsaglia. The simplicity of the CMWC is what makes it so powerful.4
The basic idea is to add a constant to the addend until it is greater than or equal to the multiplier, if the result is negative, subtracting the constant, if the result is positive, dividing by the multiplier, and finally take the remainder of the division.
The beauty of this method is that it is a very easy way to generate random values, without the need for any computational effort and by using a simple substitution cipher.
This is how java.security.SecureRandom works.
The Uncommons Maths AESCounterRNG (and previous versions of the RNG) is a cryptographically strong PRNG designed by Tony Pasqualeoni.
It utilizes a 256-cell block cipher as a non-linear noise source, making the entire state accessible in the output without the need for

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This library is a project by the ACM Queue community. It is licensed under the 3-Clause BSD license with an exception for some of its dependencies which are licensed under the LGPL or GPL.
If you like it, please star it here on GitHub.
A similar implementation of the Mersenne Twister RNG can be found at

These are the statistics for the fastest RNG that we have found.
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About the author

David L. Brown is a retired computer programmer, inventor, and a poet. He lives in North Carolina.

This site is neither a benchmark nor a “test laboratory.” It is intended for experimentation.
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Mersenne Twister (MT)

Mersenne Twister is the fastest and most reliable RNG in the java.util.Random class. It is also much smaller than java.util.Random.
To learn more about MT,

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The RNGs are supplied in java.security.SecureRandom or java.util.Random versions. All the RNGs are configured using the same init() and update() methods to minimise code duplication.
Mersenne Twister:
Wikipedia Article: Mersenne twister
The Mersenne Twister (MT) is a software implementation of a linear congruential sequence (LCG) seeded with a state variable x = 2^k-1 where k is the current state. It is a version of the Mersenne twister suggested by Makoto Matsumoto and Takuji Nishimura in the seminal paper “Mersenne Twister: A 623-Dimensionally Equidistributed Uniform Pseudorandom Number Generator” in ACM journal Computer Science.
The Mersenne Twister was chosen by Java as its default random number generator. It is a very fast, statistically sound, and easily parallelizable pseudo-random generator that is about twice as fast as java.util.Random. It is also significantly smaller than that RNG. The Mersenne Twister is ideal for use in games and other high performance applications such as simulations.
In order to have the state x, a seed number X0 is chosen and the state value is incremented with:
x = (2x mod M)
Where M is a Mersenne prime.
The state x is a large number and the probability of a collision in a long sequence is about 2.1e-9. From its initial state, the state is updated:
x = 2(2x mod M) mod M
Where x is a 32-bit signed integer.
x is incremented by 1 at each call to the update() method.
The Mersenne Twister is primitive:
The above code can be represented as Java class:
public class MersenneTwister {
long state = 0L;
private final long MERSENNE_M = 2L;
private final long SIGMA = (1L


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