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Aftab Ahmed Khan
Aftab Ahmed Khan el 25 de Feb. de 2015
Comentada: NEELU GUPTA el 24 de Feb. de 2019
Hello everyone, I am running my simulation for like 50000 iterations but when i use
rng('shuffle')
during each iteration, the processing speed of my computer gets very slow. I want to understand that why this one line of code has so much effect on my computer ?

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Peter Perkins
Peter Perkins el 25 de Feb. de 2015
As Sean said, don't reset the random number generator in a loop. There's no good reason to do it. You are NOT making your random number "more random", and in fact, you are likely making them less random in very complicated ways. DON'T DO THIS. I can't say that strongly enough.
'shuffle' pauses for .01s each time you call it to ensure that it uses a new seed that's different than the last time you called it. That's why it's slowing down your code.

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Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski el 25 de Feb. de 2015
Why do you want to reset the stream on each iteration? This will be slow. The stream is random, so just set it once at the beginning of the run.
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Aftab Ahmed Khan
Aftab Ahmed Khan el 25 de Feb. de 2015
Hi, thank you for the reply but i want to understand that why it makes everything slow ?

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Chuck
Chuck el 5 de Mayo de 2016
I have noticed this too. Even if you do not shuffle in every generation and shuffle it once, it will be slower than rng("default"). Of course, it might be unnoticeable depending on your code.
But... We do not know the nature of your iterations. If you are using parallelization (e.g. parfor), than you need to do rng("shuffle") right after the parfor definition line. Otherwise, after each individual for loop is done, it goes back go rng("default").
If your iterations are not using parallelization, then you should be fine by just adding that at the beginning of your code.
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NEELU GUPTA
NEELU GUPTA el 24 de Feb. de 2019
Sir, How and why we use rng(shuffle), I am trying to calculate average of 2000 iterations using random number

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