Figure 149 of 07-089r1

Bill.Martin at Bill.Martin at
Thu Jul 5 14:26:40 PDT 2007

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It seems that the places that you indicate that you can resume detection
of redundant primitives in 089r1 are a little early.  In the second row,
you indicate that you can detect another redundant A after only 2
Redundant B primitives.  The second instance of resuming detection of
Redundant A is after 2 Redundant A and 4 Redundant B.  This is six
primitives, but does not meet the rule above the diagram that specifies
that the six primitives are "not one of the following: a) the original
primitive; or ..."
The same problem exists in the third row of this figure.  This may be
correct if you are reducing the number of other primitives that need to
be detected before detecting a second instance of the redundant
primitive to three; however, there are still some issues.
Bill Martin
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Industry Standards
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916 765-6875 (Cell)
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