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I've got an idea of how LCGs work. However, I'm reading "Exploring Monte Carlo Methods" and came across the Bays-Durham Shuffle, a means of getting rid of low-order correlations in the minimal standard LCG.

The outline of this algorithm in the book makes no sense to me. Can someone summarize the algorithm?

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# Linear Congruential Generators, Bays-Durham Shuffle

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