- Random123-1.02 Documentation

## Classes | |

class | r123::Threefry2x32_R< R > |

class | r123::Threefry2x64_R< R > |

class | r123::Threefry4x32_R< R > |

class | r123::Threefry4x64_R< R > |

## Typedefs | |

typedef Threefry2x32_R < threefry2x32_rounds > | r123::Threefry2x32 |

typedef Threefry2x64_R < threefry2x64_rounds > | r123::Threefry2x64 |

typedef Threefry4x32_R < threefry4x32_rounds > | r123::Threefry4x32 |

typedef Threefry4x64_R < threefry4x64_rounds > | r123::Threefry4x64 |

## Enumerations | |

enum | { threefry2x64_rounds = 20 } |

enum | { threefry2x32_rounds = 20 } |

enum | { threefry4x64_rounds = 20 } |

enum | { threefry4x32_rounds = 20 } |

The ThreefryNxW classes export the member functions, typedefs and operator overloads required by a CBRNG class.

As described in *Parallel Random Numbers: As Easy as 1, 2, 3* , the Threefry family is closely related to the Threefish block cipher from Skein Hash Function. Threefry is **not** suitable for cryptographic use.

Threefry uses integer addition, bitwise rotation, xor and permutation of words to randomize its output.

Threefry2x32 is equivalent to Threefry2x32_R<20>. With 20 rounds, Threefry2x32 has a considerable safety margin over the minimum number of rounds with no known statistical flaws, but still has excellent performance.

Threefry2x64 is equivalent to Threefry2x64_R<20>. With 20 rounds, Threefry2x64 has a considerable safety margin over the minimum number of rounds with no known statistical flaws, but still has excellent performance.

Threefry4x32 is equivalent to Threefry4x32_R<20>. With 20 rounds, Threefry4x32 has a considerable safety margin over the minimum number of rounds with no known statistical flaws, but still has excellent performance.

Threefry4x64 is equivalent to Threefry4x64_R<20>. With 20 rounds, Threefry4x64 has a considerable safety margin over the minimum number of rounds with no known statistical flaws, but still has excellent performance.

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