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## Message Posted: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 @ 17:13:22 GMT

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 Subj: Re: Intervals for Statistics From: Victor Sokovin

Correction of the typo:

On Wed, 7 Jan 2004 12:01:36 -0500, Victor Sokovin wrote:

 First the frequency distribution is calculated. Based on it TD knows the number of loners = values whose frequency is greater than or equal to 1/200 x (base table cardinality). The allocation of intervals starts with the loners and high-biased intervals. By design there can be at most two values in a high-biased interval (1 or 2 loners), and the total number of high-biased intervals is 99.

First the frequency distribution is calculated. Based on it TD knows the number of loners = values whose frequency is greater than or equal to 1/200 x (base table cardinality). The allocation of intervals starts with the loners and high-biased intervals. By design there can be at most two values in a high-biased interval (1 or 2 loners), and the *maximum* number of high-biased intervals is 99.

Victor

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