the voss' algorithm generated a 1/f series. What does the series mean? For example, we use three dice and the result sequence length is 8. Let's set the sequence is 8,15,6,9,14,10,9,7. Then what does this sequence mean? does it mean the sequence of frequency or something else?
The sequence produced by the Voss algorithm is a sequence of random numbers whose power spectral density decays with frequency as $1/f$. In other words, if you find the magnitude spectrum of the sequence (in other words, the magnitude of the DFT of the sequence), you'll see that it decays roughtly as $1/f$.
As to the meaning of the sequence: it doesn't have any intrisic meaning. One way to think about it is as noise with a particular frequency spectrum. In other words, if you normalize the sequence and feed it to your sound card, you'll hear a certain kind of noise. This noise can be added to other signals, such as audio, to give it specific properties.
If all you need is $1/$ noise, there are other methods to generate it; see Pink ($1/f$) pseudo-random noise generation.