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Single Steps

Types of Steps

By a non-causal step we mean a step whose outputs are dependent on future inputs.

By a causal step we mean a step whose outputs are not dependent on future inputs.

By an outlier-resistant step we mean a step whose results are resistant to outliers of the input data.

Types of Algorithms

By a one-dimensional algorithm we mean an algorithm which can deal with one-dimensional array data only.

By a multi-dimensional algorithm we mean an algorithm which can deal with multi-dimensional array data.

By a local algorithm we mean an algorithm which can run independently of the size of the input data.

By a global algorithm we mean an algorithm whose efficiency strongly depends on the size of the input data.

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