-Mark
]]>It’s the weirdest form of security by obscurity.
]]>As a result of that agreement, Sperry, and subsequently Univac, had a patent on LZW and collected royalties for quite a few years. I don’t think anyone has ever estimated how much those royalties were, but I’m sure the amount of money was not huge.
- Mark
]]>There are a number of sites on the internet that are willing to provide you with true random data.
Try: http://www.fourmilab.ch/hotbits/
- Mark
]]>I have tried to find 1/f noise in the irrational numbers SQRT(2) and pi with no success. Finding such noise would give me a theoretical source to use in simulations and other analysis.
Then I heard about quantum random noise generators. I would like to find a file of quantum random noise digits (or binary) to submit for FFT analysis. My theory is that if such number files produce white noise then they must be random. (So far the SQRT(2) and pi irrational number files have both produced white noise).
If you are aware of quantum, or any physically-derrived, random number files available for downloading by a non-geek please advise.
]]>The 028 is written out next. The lower seven bits are written into the upper seven bits of output byte two, then the upper two bits are written into the lower two bits of output byte 3.
Repeat for each output code.
- Mark
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