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Event Structure.
As mentioned earlier, each K-line consists of K-nodes and each K-

node contains an event. The events of two consecutive K-nodes are related by causal-

ity, i.e., the event of the successor K-node is an immediate consequence of the event

of the immediate predecessor K-node. In our setting, we define the event to be a

move. Figure 10 shows two consecutive K-nodes K1 and K2 with their events

K

1

e

K

2

e

and

.

K-node

K1

K

1

e

K

1

F

K

1

F

K-node

K2

K

2

e

K

2

F

K

2

F

Fig. 10.
Two consecutive K-nodes and their events

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