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- linear feedback shift register.
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If you look at LFSR generators they pass the autocorrelation test, produce white noise and are great PRNGs frequently used for simulation and autio or even spread spectrum noise generation.
For an LFSR of length L, the [[Berlekamp-Massey algorithm]] can determine the register's internal state from 2L output bits.
The most common is to use some '' non-linear '' function to combine LFSR-produced bits and generate the output. cipher which encrypts data by combining the plaintext with the output of a pseudorandom number generator to generate the ciphertext.
The most common is to use some non-linear function to combine LFSR-produced bits and generate the output.
There are two equivalent ways to implement an LFSR.