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With the availability of continually increasing amounts of core storage, one might reasonably expect a trend toward programs which take advantage of large tables to reduce execution times. Examples of areas in which large tables have already been found necessary for the attainment of reasonable computation times are: large-scale weather forecasting, neutron transport and diffusion calculations, and bubble chamber analyses.
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