Randomness testing Was: On the "randomness" of DNS

Stephan Neuhaus neuhaus at st.cs.uni-sb.de
Mon Aug 4 08:43:57 EDT 2008

On Aug 3, 2008, at 13:54, Alexander Klimov wrote:

> If your p-value is smaller than the significance level (say, 1%)
> you should repeat the test with different data and see if the
> test persistently fails or it was just a fluke.

Or better still, make many tests and see if your p-values are  
uniformly distributed in (0,1). [Hint: decide on a p-value for that  
last equidistribution test *before* you compute that p-value.]



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