**'umontreal.iro.lecuyer.rng.RandRijndael'**Java class

umontreal.iro.lecuyer.rng

## Class RandRijndael

- java.lang.Object
- umontreal.iro.lecuyer.rng.RandomStreamBase
- umontreal.iro.lecuyer.rng.RandRijndael

- All Implemented Interfaces:
- Serializable, Cloneable, CloneableRandomStream, RandomStream

public class RandRijndaelextends RandomStreamBase

Implements a RNG using the Rijndael block cipher algorithm (AES) with key and block lengths of 128 bits. A block of 128 bits is encrypted by the Rijndael algorithm to generate 128 pseudo-random bits. Those bits are split into four words of 32 bits which are returned successively by the method`nextValue`. The unencrypted block is the state of the generator. It is incremented by 1 at every four calls to`nextValue`. Thus, the period is 2^{130}and jumping ahead is easy. The values of*V*,*W*and*Z*are 2^{40}, 2^{42}and 2^{82}, respectively (see`RandomStream`

for their definition). Seeds/states must be given as 16-dimensional vectors of bytes (8-bit integers). The default initial seed is a vector filled with zeros.The Rijndael implementation used here is that of the Cryptix Development Team, which can be found on the Rijndael creators' page .

- See Also:
- Serialized Form

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