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    >> I didn't quite understand Martin's comments about "not normalised" -
    >> presumably this is some mathematical argument, but what does this actually
    >> mean?
    >
    >Not mathematics. It's from physics. Very trivial physics, basic scool
    >indeed.
    >If you try to calculate some weightning
    >factors which involve different units (in this case mostly seconds and
    >bits)
    >then you will have to make sure tha those units get factorized out.
    >Rik is just throwing the absolute values together...

    Understood - my Physics courses covered this as well, but not using the
    word "normalise".

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