Changes between Version 28 and Version 29 of StoutData


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Timestamp:
2017-10-02T23:24:46Z (7 weeks ago)
Author:
peter
Comment:

define transition type UT

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    8787Only one transition with the same set of level indices and the same transition type may be entered in a file. If the transition type is omitted, it will be treated as E1 in this check.
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     89The transition type field can also be set to UT, which stands for "undefined transition type". This is sometimes used by NIST when they do not know if a forbidden transition is either of type M1 or E2. In the test for duplicate transitions this entry is treated as if it is both M1 and E2.
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    8991== Collision Data File ==
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