Since the beginning of January, I have been working on my bachelor thesis, an analysis of pseudorandomness on Markov chains. The thesis was inspired by the D&D Town Generator that I built for Noordstar Q1 2020.
The article considers a compression algorithm based on pseudorandomness by encoding messages in a Markov chain and finding a pseudorandom algorithm that walks the correct path on said Markov chain.Bachelorthesis BramvdnHeuvel versie 1.pdf
This article is currently only available in Dutch. If you wish to read an English version of the article, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will write an English version of the thesis if requested.