Random Seed

Gabriela Těthalová, Kateřina Palešníková, Jan Hrubeš, 15.09.2016, 18:00

Random Seed is a number (or a vector) used to initialize a pseudorandom number generator. The resulting sequence is almost indistinguishable from a completely random sequence.

For us, Random Seed represents an inceptive moment which occurs at the beginning of the process of creation. Every such initialization determines the sequence of our next decisions. No matter how distant these steps are from their starting point or however seemingly irrational, they are nonetheless irreversibly conditioned. Moreover, the results of our pursuit to re-organise and take in fragments of the percieved environment do not need to be similar to the world we live in at first glance, even though they are initiated through randomSeed(reality).