> Could it be that we have overlooked this simple explanation and that the
> Haas and Stokes equation is actually quite good, but just not being
> applied?

That's probably part of it, but I've tried Haas and Stokes on a pure random 
sample and it's still bad, or more specifically overly conservative.


Josh Berkus
Aglio Database Solutions
San Francisco

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