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5.10 Using Probabilities Lists

Probabilities lists are syntactical constructions that help to reduce clutter in assembler programs by making them shorter and simpler. To a probabilities list used in a casels instruction there may correspond an output probabilities array, with the help of which learned probabilities associated with profile probabilities specified by elements of the probabilities list can be fetched after training a node. Probabilities lists were introduced in QSMM version 1.15.