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Well being 2010 centre a and dog 60 lbs calmly using a chain of ISSE components increasing order. ZPAQ, the weights are 20 bit signed, fixed point numbers with range -8 to 8 and precision 2 like a MIX. The fixed input is 4 and the learning rate is fixed at λ 2. Match Model. A match model finds the last occurrence of a high order context and predicts whatever symbol came next. The accuracy of the prediction depends on the length of the context match. Longer matches generally give more confidence to the prediction. Typically a match model of order 6 is mixed with lower order context models. A match model is faster and uses less memory than a corresponding context model but does not model well for low orders. Match models are used PAQ and ZPAQ. They consist of a rotating history buffer and a hash table mapping contexts to pointers into the buffer. ZPAQ, a pointer to the match is maintained until a mismatching bit is found. The model then look for a new match at the start of the next byte. On each byte boundary, the buffer is updated with the modeled byte and the hash table is updated that the current context hash points to the end of the buffer. ZPAQ allows both the hash table size and buffer size to be user specified For best compression, the history buffer should be as large as the input and the hash table size is typically 1 of this. Because each pointer is 4 bytes, both data structures use the same amount of memory. Match models PAQ maintain multiple context hashes of different orders and multiple pointers into the buffer. The prediction is indirect by mapping the match length to a prediction through a direct context model. ZPAQ uses a simpler match model with just one pointer and one hash, although it is possible to have multiple, independent match models. The prediction for a match of L bytes is that the next bit be the same with probability 1 8L. The user specify the context length by using a rolling hash that depends on the desired number of characters. If h is the context hash, c is the input byte, then the update: h h with their usual meanings C C++. Division or mod by 0 is 0. means The post-processor if it is present, is called once per decoded byte with that byte the A register. At the end of each segment, it is called once more with -1 A. The decompresser output is whatever is output by the OUT instruction. The context model is always present. It is called once per decoded byte. It puts its result H. OUT has no effect. HCOMP sees as input the PCOMP code followed by a contiguous stream of segments with no separator symbols. The ZPAQ program is a development environment for writing and debugging models. It allows programs to be single stepped or run separate from compression. It accepts control statements IF IFNOT--ENDIF and DO-WHILE UNTIL FOREVER and converts them to conditional jumps. It allows passing of numeric arguments and comments parenthesis. If a C++ compiler is present, then ZPAQL code is compiled by converting it to C++ and then running it. Otherwise the code is interpreted. Compiling makes compression and decompression 2 to 4 times faster. The default configuration for both ZPAQ and ZPIPE is described by the file mid.cfg below. comp 3 0 8 icm 5 isse 13 2 isse $1 1 isse $1 2 isse $1 3 isse $1 4 match $1 $1 7 mix 16 7 255 hcomp c++ c=a b=c a=0 d= 1 hash d=a b-- d++ hash d=a b-- d++ hash d=a b-- d++ hash d=a b-- d++ hash d=a b-- d++ hash