rstream.RNG(stream) is used to set a given
stream as current global R uniform random
Without an argument (or
NULL) it returns an "rstream" object
that contains the current global generator.
It is a copy (clone) of the global generator and thus it can be
handled independently from the global generator.
rstream.RNG returns an "rstream" object.
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## create a new rstream.runif object s <- new("rstream.mrg32k3a") ## use this stream as global R uniform RNG rstream.RNG(s) ## get a (idenpendent) copy of the stream ## that contains the global R uniform RNG gs <- rstream.RNG() ## change the state of the global generator gs <- rstream.RNG() rstream.nextsubstream(gs) rstream.RNG(gs)
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