# qRNG | A quantum random number generator using IBM 's QISKit

## kandi X-RAY | qRNG Summary

## kandi X-RAY | qRNG Summary

There are a variety of applications that require a source of random data in order to work effectively (e.g. simulations and cryptography). To that end, we make use of random number generators (RNGs) to generate sequences of numbers that are, ideally, indistinguishable from random noise. There are two types of RNGs: Pseudo-RNGs (PRNGs) and True RNGs (TRNGs). Pseudo-RNGs, while not truly and statistically random, are used in a variety of applications as their output is 'random enough' for many purposes. For a True RNG, however, an actual piece of hardware is required to measure some random process in the real world as no computer program could suffice due to being deterministic in nature. These devices vary from apparatuses that measure atmospheric noise to pieces of radioactive material connected via USB.

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### Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

- Generate a random rectangle
- Get a random float
- Get the number of n bits
- Request n bits from the quantum circuit
- Get a random integer
- Return the first bit from the counts dict
- Set backend
- Set the number of qubits
- Return a random integer
- Get a random double
- Generate a random complex polar
- Set the number of qubits

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QUESTION

I am using data from this site to get random numbers. They come in as a buffer, which I convert to binary, then into integer. I would like to finally convert those random numbers into decimal values between 0 and 1 like `Math.random()`

produces.

For example, if I have the integer `151`

, what do I need to do to make it look more like this float `0.0151234252525372`

.

Here is my code:

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Answered 2020-Oct-22 at 03:12You need to divide that random by max value - and max value for such generated bit sequence is `2^length(sequence)`

(^ her denotes power, `**`

, `Math.pow`

).

For example, if current buffer is "01000100", you need to calculate

QUESTION

I developed a card deck to play board game on Visio, but my friends and I have the "feeling" the cards are not well shuffled.

The code I am using is the following (I simplified but I am using the same algorithm for the verso of the cards which contains numbers, if needed I can add it):

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Answered 2020-May-02 at 12:15`Get-Random -Count`

is fine. I'd probably ditch the web service call entirely. A PRNG is perfectly fine and taking the seed from somewhere else doesn't change much here.

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