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mkl_random -- a NumPy-based Python interface to Intel (R) MKL Random Number Generation functionality

mkl_random has started as Intel (R) Distribution for Python optimizations for NumPy.

Per NumPy's community suggestions, voiced in, it is being released as a stand-alone package.

Prebuilt mkl_random can be installed into conda environment from Intel's channel on Anaconda cloud:

  conda install -c intel mkl_random

mkl_random is not fixed-seed backward compatible drop-in replacement for numpy.random, meaning that it implements sampling from the same distributions as numpy.random.

For distributions directly supported in Intel (R) Math Kernel Library (MKL), method keyword is supported:

   mkl_random.standard_normal(size=(10**5, 10**3), method='BoxMuller')

Additionally, mkl_random exposes different basic random number generation algorithms available in MKL. For example to use SFMT19937 use

   mkl_random.RandomState(77777, brng='SFMT19937')

For generator families, such that MT2203 and Wichmann-Hill, a particular member of the family can be chosen by specifying brng=('WH', 3), etc.

See MKL reference guide for more details:

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