should help you out Approach 3 can work, as the seed for any PRNG can be as long as that PRNG's state (for example, Mersenne Twister has a state length of 19968 bits, or 624 * 32 bits, so can accept a seed of up to that many bits — it's not limited to 32 or 64 bits, as is the practice with many APIs that implement Mersenne Twister). However you should use a PRNG of an unrelated design to Mersenne Twister, such as PCG, to seed that PRNG, then draw the 624integer seed as you suggest. (Or, if you don't require reproducible results or if you will save the 624integer seeds generated this way, you can use a cryptographic RNG, such as os.urandom() or secrets.SystemRandom, to draw those seeds instead.) My article on RNGs suggests several PRNGs with different designs.
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How to generate random number using multiple seed values?
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Assuming you always need the same seed every time for the set of coordinates: just encrypt a concated string with MD5 or some other hash algorithm. md5("1,2,3") is not the same as md5("3,2,1"). Or if you need a purely numeric string, use something like: "first digit * 9" + "second digit * 8" + "third digit * 7" that will give you more variety. If you don't, use the above methods with a random number.

Generate multiple independent random streams in python
Tag : python , By : Mario Tristan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Both Numpy and the internal random generators have instantiatable classes. For just random: import random
random_generator = random.Random()
random_generator.random()
#>>> 0.9493959884174072
import numpy
random_generator = numpy.random.RandomState()
random_generator.uniform(0, 1, 10)
#>>> array([ 0.98992857, 0.83503764, 0.00337241, 0.76597264, 0.61333436,
#>>> 0.0916262 , 0.52129459, 0.44857548, 0.86692693, 0.21150068])

Should I use `random.seed` or `numpy.random.seed` to control random number generation in `scikitlearn`?
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I'm using scikitlearn and numpy and I want to set the global seed so that my work is reproducible. , Should I use np.random.seed or random.seed?

Making functions that set the random seed independent
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I've dug into this some more and it looks like the rlecuyer package provides independent random streams: library(rlecuyer)
.lec.CreateStream(c("stream.12", "stream.prod"))
sample.12 < function(size) {
.lec.ResetStartStream("stream.12")
.lec.CurrentStream("stream.12")
x < sample(1:2, size, replace=TRUE)
.lec.CurrentStreamEnd()
x
}
rand.prod < function(x) {
.lec.ResetStartStream("stream.prod")
.lec.CurrentStream("stream.prod")
y < runif(length(x)) * x
.lec.CurrentStreamEnd()
y
}
all.equal(rand.prod(sample.12(10000)), rand.prod(sample.12(10000)))
# [1] TRUE
x < sample.12(10000)
hist(rand.prod(x))
.lec.GetState("stream.12")
# [1] 3161578179 1307260052 2724279262 1101690876 1009565594 836476762
.lec.GetState("stream.prod")
# [1] 596094074 2279636413 3050913596 1739649456 2368706608 3058697049
library(rlecuyer)
.lec.CreateStream(c("stream.12", "stream.prod"))
.lec.SetSeed("stream.12", c(3161578179, 1307260052, 2724279262, 1101690876, 1009565594, 836476762))
.lec.SetSeed("stream.prod", c(596094074, 2279636413, 3050913596, 1739649456, 2368706608, 3058697049))

Do consequtive RNG seed yield independent random numbers?
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM

