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A Survey on Cellular Automata with the Application in Pseudo Random Number Generation

Journal of Network and Information Security

Volume 5 Issue 2

Published: 2017
Author(s) Name: I. Gethzi Ahila Poornima, B. Paramasivan, K. Mohaideen Pitchai, M. Bhuvaeswari | Author(s) Affiliation: Dept. of Comp. Science and Engg., National Engg. College, Anna Univer., Tamil Nadu, India.
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The Cellular Automata (CA) were invented in the late 1940 by Stanislaw Ulam and John Von Neumann. CA are simple models of computation in which the components act together and exhibit complex behavior. Initially CA are represented as model of self-reproducing organisms. Later they are applied in various areas like Physics, biology and other applications. The self-reproducing behavior is then utilized to construct Universal Turing Machine. This Survey is about the applications of CA closer to Computer Science especially designing Pseudo Random Number Generator.

Keywords: Cellular Automata, CA, Applications of CA , Pseudo random number generator, PRNG, 1D CA rules.

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