Abstract—If a sample of blood is taken it will have different cells having different hemoglobin content and volumes. No two samples of blood will have exactly same number of cells having same amount of hemoglobin or volume .If the above principle can be used to make a random number generator, then it will have the blend of nature along with the surety of the sample being truly random. The work proposes using the content of hemoglobin as the starting point of making a random number generator. The concept is exciting but during the research it was found that the behavior has been mathematically analyzed in 2010 .The problem therefore gave rise to another problem, that of converting the values generated by a mathematical function into a sample having very low coefficient of auto correlation and satisfying most of the properties of random numbers.
Index Terms—Random number, corpuscular theory, RBC, pseudo random number generators.
Harsh Bhasin is working at Computergrad.com, India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Harsh Bhasin, "Corpuscular Random Number Generator," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 197-199, 2012.