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package org.apache.mahout.math.jet.random;
public abstract class AbstractDistribution extends DoubleFunction implements IntFunction {
  private Random randomGenerator;

  
Makes this class non instantiable, but still let's others inherit from it.
  protected AbstractDistribution() {
  }
  
  protected Random getRandomGenerator() {
    return ;
  }
  protected double randomDouble() {
    return .nextDouble();
  }

  
Equivalent to nextDouble(). This has the effect that distributions can now be used as function objects, returning a random number upon function evaluation.
  public double apply(double dummy) {
    return nextDouble();
  }

  
Equivalent to nextInt(). This has the effect that distributions can now be used as function objects, returning a random number upon function evaluation.
  public int apply(int dummy) {
    return nextInt();
  }

  
Returns a random number from the distribution.

Returns:
A new sample from this distribution.
  public abstract double nextDouble();

  

Returns:
A random number from the distribution; returns (int) Math.round(nextDouble()). Override this method if necessary.
  public abstract int nextInt();

  
Sets the uniform random generator internally used.

Parameters:
randomGenerator the new PRNG
  public void setRandomGenerator(Random randomGenerator) {
    this. = randomGenerator;
  }
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