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Old February 16th, 2010, 23:36   #18
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Originally Posted by zeshil View Post
Sequences that seem random are needed for a wide variety of purposes. They are used for unbiased sampling in the Monte Carlo method, and to imitate stochastic natural processes. They are used in implementing randomized algorithms which require arbitrary choices. And their unpredictability is used in games of chance, and potentially in data encryption.
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