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Expected normal frequency distribution function xnf in Software
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nblock = y 1 =
B P R+P
A certain number of characters per block remained unused We will name this excess G and nd that G = B P nblock (R + P ) 63 These les are designed to always place nblock entries into a block, so that G < R The lespace usage for xedlength records was most e cient if G = 0 If the records are actually of variable length, the distribution of R has to be described A normal distribution may be a reasonable assumption if the average length is su ciently greater than the standard deviation; otherwise, recordlength distributions tend to be of the Poisson type To make a choice, it is best to look at a histogram When assuming normality, the distribution is determined by the value of the mean record length, Rbar, and the standard deviation, Example 63 Fixed space allocation per record
In Ex 48, case 1b, we had xed length records with the following parameters: B = 1000, R = 180, and P = 4, so that nblock = 5 and the excess per record was G = 1000 5 180 6 4 = 76 R/2 Now we take variable length records that are still on the average 180 characters long, and have a small standard deviation of 20 characters We allocate all the space in the block to the ve records (G = 0), providing (B P )/nblock P = 195 characters of space for each record The parameter t of Table 67 de nes the space between mean and limit in terms of the : t = (195 180)/20 = 075 From Table 67 we nd that 227% of the records will not t into their allotted space In Example 64 we try to do better by using buckets

