Noise Seed - DIY Drones2019-12-08T21:17:50Zhttps://diydrones.com/forum/topics/noise-seed?commentId=705844%3AComment%3A170249&feed=yes&xn_auth=noIt's just a number. Most rand…tag:diydrones.com,2010-10-06:705844:Comment:2078472010-10-06T20:05:04.317ZM Luckhamhttps://diydrones.com/profile/MLuckham
It's just a number. Most random() functions require a "seed" number - because they aren't truly random-number functions they are just produce pseudo-random number sequences. If you run the program twice with the same value as "seed", you will get the same sequence of numbers from random(). The solution is to choose a different number for "seed" each time - perhaps get the system time and use the number of microseconds as the "seed" value to the first random() call.
It's just a number. Most random() functions require a "seed" number - because they aren't truly random-number functions they are just produce pseudo-random number sequences. If you run the program twice with the same value as "seed", you will get the same sequence of numbers from random(). The solution is to choose a different number for "seed" each time - perhaps get the system time and use the number of microseconds as the "seed" value to the first random() call. It's a starting value that in…tag:diydrones.com,2010-06-14:705844:Comment:1702492010-06-14T09:46:38.240ZOverwatchhttps://diydrones.com/profile/MartinSeven
It's a starting value that initializes the pseudorandom sequence generator. Two identical seeds will produce the same "random" sequence, so if you want to have this random noise to be different every time you run the simulation, then you'll have to provide a different seed every time (for example current time). If that is not a problem, use a constant instead, e.g. 0.
It's a starting value that initializes the pseudorandom sequence generator. Two identical seeds will produce the same "random" sequence, so if you want to have this random noise to be different every time you run the simulation, then you'll have to provide a different seed every time (for example current time). If that is not a problem, use a constant instead, e.g. 0.