Why Gauss 10 is giving different results from Gauss12

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The most obvious difference that would give different results is that the default random number generator changed for rndn and rndu from a linear congruential generator to the Mersenne-Twister. If you used these in your program it would be different, or if a procedure that you call selects starting values (for optimization, etc) by drawing random numbers this could also change the output.

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The most obvious difference that would give different results is that the default random number generator changed for rndn and rndu from a linear congruential generator to the Mersenne-Twister. If you used these in your program it would be different, or if a procedure that you call selects starting values (for optimization, etc) by drawing random numbers this could also change the output.


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