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This paper is a case study of a general method for designing generators of repeatable non-Poisson sequences of pseudorandom pulses. A class of normal distributions and some classes of skew distributions are derived. Block diagrams and design guides are given. The study is based both on analytical and simulation approaches. Applications of the proposed system may be found in the field of hardware simulation techniques and in more efficient arrangements of general purpose machines where they are used in simulation studies.
Index Terms:
Buffer length, generators of non-Poisson sequences, normal distribution, pseudorandom pulses, regular arrivals/ Erlang service, simulation, shifted Poisson, skew distributions.
Citation:
D.G. Maritsas, M.G. Hartley, "A Case Study of a Versatile Generator of Repeatable Non-Poisson Sequences of Pseudorandom Pulses," IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 19, no. 10, pp. 924-938, Oct. 1970, doi:10.1109/T-C.1970.222800
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