SPRNG

SPRNG 1.0 provides the user the various SPRNG random number generators each in its own library. For most users this is acceptable, as one rarely uses more than one type of generator in a single program. However, if the user desires this added flexibility, SPRNG 2.0 provides it. In all other respects, SPRNG 1.0 and SPRNG 2.0 are identical. Both versions only uses the GNU Multi Precision (GMP) package for one of their generators. SPRNG 3.0 uses GMP for all generators. SPRNG 4.0 is a C++ version with the GMP package removed. It is not backwards compatible with any of the previous SPRNG versions, except for its default FORTRAN interface. SPRNG is Y2K compliant software.


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  1. de Doncker, Elise; Kapenga, John; Assaf, Rida: Monte Carlo automatic integration with dynamic parallelism in CUDA (2014)
  2. Karl, Andrew T.; Eubank, Randy; Milovanovic, Jelena; Reiser, Mark; Young, Dennis: Using rngstreams for parallel random number generation in C++ and R (2014)
  3. Mascagni, Michael; Qiu, Yue; Hin, Lin-Yee: High performance computing in quantitative finance: a review from the pseudo-random number generator perspective (2014)
  4. Corsaro, S.; De Angelis, P.L.; Marino, Z.; Perla, F.: Participating life insurance policies: an accurate and efficient parallel software for COTS clusters (2011)
  5. Corsaro, S.; De Angelis, P.L.; Marino, Z.; Perla, F.; Zanetti, P.: On parallel asset-liability management in life insurance: a forward risk-neutral approach (2010)
  6. Hadjidoukas, P.; Bousis, C.; Emfietzoglou, D.: Parallelization of a Monte Carlo particle transport simulation code (2010)
  7. Hwang, Chi-Ok; Mascagni, Michael; Won, Taeyoung: Monte Carlo methods for computing the capacitance of the unit cube (2010)
  8. Lee, Junkyu; Peterson, Gregory D.; Harrison, Robert J.; Hinde, Robert J.: Implementation of hardware-accelerated scalable parallel random number generators (2010)
  9. ├ľkten, Giray; Willyard, Matthew: Parameterization based on randomized quasi-Monte Carlo methods (2010)
  10. Lee, Junkyu; Bi, Yu; Peterson, Gregory D.; Hinde, Robert J.; Harrison, Robert J.: HASPRNG: hardware accelerated scalable parallel random number generators (2009)
  11. Mascagni, Michael; Yu, Haohai: Scrambled Sobo─║ sequences via permutation (2009)
  12. Chi, Hongmei; Jones, Edward L.: Generating parallel quasirandom sequences via randomization (2007)
  13. Li, Yaohang; Chen, Daniel; Yuan, Xiaohong: Trustworthy remote compiling services for grid-based scientific applications (2007)
  14. Nilsen, Jon Kristian: MontePython: implementing quantum Monte Carlo using Python (2007)
  15. Badal, Andreu; Sempau, Josep: A package of Linux scripts for the parallelization of Monte Carlo simulations (2006)
  16. Moreno-Vozmediano, Rafael; Alonso-Conde, Ana B.: Influence of grid economic factors on scheduling and migration (2005)
  17. Altman, Micah; Gill, Jeff; McDonald, Michael P.: Numerical issues in statistical computing for the social scientist. (2004)
  18. Gurov, Todor V.; Dimov, Ivan T.: A parallel Monte Carlo method for electron quantum kinetic equation (2004)
  19. Mascagni, Michael; Li, Yaohang: Computational infrastructure for parallel, distributed, and grid-based Monte Carlo computations (2004)
  20. Mascagni, Michael; Simonov, Nikolai A.: The random walk on the boundary method for calculating capacitance (2004)

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