Chaos-based true random number generators

  title={Chaos-based true random number generators},
  author={Luis L. Bonilla and M. Alvaro and Manuel Carretero},
  journal={Journal of Mathematics in Industry},
Random number (bit) generators are crucial to secure communications, data transfer and storage, and electronic transactions, to carry out stochastic simulations and to many other applications. As software generated random sequences are not truly random, fast entropy sources such as quantum systems or classically chaotic systems can be viable alternatives provided they generate high-quality random sequences sufficiently fast. The discovery of spontaneous chaos in semiconductor superlattices at… 
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