The Main Parameters and Dimensions of the Skip Feature
The SKIP parameter is used to specify the number of logical records to skip, starting from the first record of a file. This allows you to load records that have already been processed. This parameter is applicable for conventional loads, including single and multiple tables direct path. However, you cannot use it for a multiple-table direct path load where the records are of different sizes. For more information, see the following table.
The static threshold is a global parameter that is used to impose a change threshold on each block. This will suppress noise and improve encode speed in low-movement scenarios. However, it is not recommended to set this parameter higher than 1000 because it will introduce artifacts. It is best to set it at zero. You can also edit the value of a dimension’s label using the Dimension Text dialog.
The static threshold is used to impose a change threshold on blocks that do not have any movement. This will suppress signal noise and improve the encode speed in low-movement situations. It is important to note that a value above 1000 is not recommended. A non-zero value can cause artifacts. Therefore, in most scenarios, you should set the static threshold to 0. So, now you’re ready to use the Skip feature!
The limit is the maximum number of items you want to retrieve. The offset is the maximum distance between the results and the desired length. The value of the global parameter can be changed in the Dimension Text dialog. The value of the dimension can be customised by changing the label in the Dimension Text dialog. The limit parameter is the number of items you want to skip. The offset is the maximum width of the skip, which can be changed in the’maximum’ option.
The static threshold imposes a change threshold on blocks. This will improve the encode speed in low-movement situations. Moreover, it is important to note that a value greater than zero is not recommended because it may introduce artifacts. A non-zero value is best for most situations. So, it is advisable to set the static threshold to 0 before using the Skip. If you need more details, click the link at the bottom of this article.
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The default value of the parameter is zero. It is not possible to edit this parameter. You can modify it by editing the dimension properties palette. The value of the dimension must be unique within the account. The size of the parameter is the number of values in the data set. The width of the dimension must be the same as the height of the dimensions. For instance, a measurement of a country or region must be greater than ZZ, while an address is the location of the city.
The main parameters and dimensions of the skip are used to filter the results. Its dimensions can be defined with global parameters. Those global parameters can be used to drive other values. For example, a dimension that has a global parameter name will be a global parameter. A dimension that is labeled with a global parameter will not display any data. A dimension that does not have a global reference cannot be included in a group.
The dimension constraint displays with a label and the value of the global parameter. The dimension property palette displays the name and value of the global parameter. In the dimension properties palette, the dimension name can be changed by editing the dimensions. Likewise, a dimension that has a global parameter cannot be included in a group. An array cannot be labeled or use global parameters. When defining a skip, you must define the main parameters and dimensions of the dimension.
The main parameters and dimensions of the skip correspond to the size of the shortest-way-to-destination-word-swap. The shortest-path-swap method can be used to determine the direction of the shortest path. A linear model containing two or more words is called a continuous bag-of-words-gram. The bag-of-words-words architecture predicts the current word from the context word in a window of nearby and distant context words.