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New package for using true (quantum) randomness in Mathematica


True (quantum) randomness is uncorrelated unlike pseudo-randomness. This uncorrelated randomness is needed for a lot of applications. 

On https://wuala.com/NewPhysics/Tools/Mathematica/TrueRandomnessExamples/ a package for using true (quantum) randomness in Mathematica can be found, including examples how to use the package. 

True (quantum) randomness can eg. be downloaded freely from https://qrng.physik.hu-berlin.de/download 

Usage instructions of the supported functions is given in the package. 
Comments, suggestions etc. are welcome.



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