> Can someone whose math is more recent than calculus in 1989 take a look at
> that paper, and look at the formula toward the bottom of page 10, and see
> if we are correctly interpreting it?    I'm particularly confused as to
> what "q" and "d-sub-n" represent.  Thanks!

Actually, I managed to solve for these and it appears we are using the formula 
correctly.  It's just a bad formula.


Josh Berkus
Aglio Database Solutions
San Francisco

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