 Hi,

 I've been wondering about the proper application of statistics with
 regard to comparing PRNGs and encrypted text to truly random sources.

 As I understand it, when looking at output, one can take a
 hypothetical source model (e.g. P(0) = 0.3, P(1) = 0.7, all bits
 independent)
Travis H. wrote:
Hi,
I've been wondering about the proper application of statistics with
regard to comparing PRNGs and encrypted text to truly random sources.
As I understand it, when looking at output, one can take a
hypothetical source model (e.g. P(0) = 0.3, P(1) = 0.7, all bits
On May 19, 2006, at 6:51, Travis H. wrote:
As I understand it, when looking at output, one can take a
hypothetical source model (e.g. P(0) = 0.3, P(1) = 0.7, all bits
independent) and come up with a probability that the source may have
generated that output.
One can come up with the
On Fri, May 19, 2006 at 06:51:55AM 0500, Travis H. wrote:
As I understand it, when looking at output, one can take a
hypothetical source model (e.g. P(0) = 0.3, P(1) = 0.7, all bits
independent) and come up with a probability that the source may have
generated that output. One cannot,