Class 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 2130 and jumping ahead is easy. The values of V, W and Z are 240, 242 and 282, 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 .

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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • RandRijndael

        public RandRijndael()
        Constructs a new stream.
      • RandRijndael

        public RandRijndael(String name)
        Constructs a new stream with the identifier name (used in the toString method).
        name - name of the stream
    • Method Detail

      • setPackageSeed

        public static void setPackageSeed(byte[] seed)
        Sets the initial seed for the class RandRijndael to the 16 bytes of the vector seed[0..15]. This will be the initial state (or seed) of the next created stream. The default seed for the first stream is (0, 0,…, 0, 0).
        seed - array of 16 elements representing the seed
      • setSeed

        public void setSeed(byte[] seed)
        This method is discouraged for normal use. Initializes the stream at the beginning of a stream with the initial seed seed[0..15]. This method only affects the specified stream; the others are not modified, so the beginning of the streams will not be spaced Z values apart. For this reason, this method should only be used in very exceptional cases; proper use of the reset... methods and of the stream constructor is preferable.
        seed - array of 16 elements representing the seed
      • getState

        public byte[] getState()
        Returns the current state of the stream, represented as an array of four integers. It should be noted that each state of this generator returns 4 successive values. The particular value of these 4 which will be returned next is not given by this method.
        the current state of the stream

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