Based on the java package from Fermi Labs (randomX) that uses decay of Cæsium-137 particle as the source of random numbers,(hence quantum mechanical physical process for which no known algorithmic explanation exists - extending big thanks to JadeLottery for pointing this out to me!), created this small application to basically take any number of sets and length and create output consisting of sets of the same size but with random column permutations.

Program takes 4 inputs:

**iterations -** number of times application should run complete full cycle

**max** - length of set

**sets** - number of sets

**input** - 2 dimensional input array

and an one output: (displayed to the console):

**output** - 2 dimensional randomized output array

Example of an output generated by this application:

Input sets:

06-12-18-31-39-40-43-51-63-71

13-25-34-37-41-55-58-61-77-79

14-21-33-36-38-50-53-62-69-76

Output sets after 10 iterations:

13-12-18-37-41-50-53-51-63-76

06-21-34-31-38-55-58-61-77-71

14-25-33-36-39-40....

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