ZIGGURAT is a C library which generates random variates from the uniform, normal or exponential distributions, by Marsaglia and Tsang.
The uniform numbers are generated directly. The ziggurat method is used to compute the normal and exponential values.
In the inline version, the underlying generators are implemented "inline", invoking a function call only in exceptional cases. This results in very fast execution.
In this implementation, the advantages of inline code are not used. All the routines and inline functions are isolated in a separate file, so that a user invokes them through the familiar library interface.
ZIGGURAT is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN77 version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version.
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ZIGGURAT_INLINE, a C program which demonstrates how the ZIGGURAT library can be used to generate random numbers, with the underlying random number generators (RNG's) defined inline.
ZIGGURAT_OPENMP, a C program which demonstrates how the ZIGGURAT library can be used to generate random numbers in an OpenMP parallel program.
George Marsaglia, Wai Wan Tsang.
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