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8.12 Summary

The examples show that the combination of all parameters has to be considered to find good enumerations. While some examples always exhibit the best result for one strategy regardless of the ordering chosen, others depend on the right combination of both. In addition, we have to choose whether we want a faster execution defining as few cosets as possible or if we want to use as little space as possible meaning to get a minimal number of maximal defined cosets.

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