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5 Conclusion
All presented checks and large parts of the healing process are already implemented
and tested with some real-word models. However, each unknown model can still
cause new problems due to modeling paradigms so far unconsidered by the algo-
rithms. Error types and geometric constellations occur repeatedly within the same
model, so that errors are typical for it.
Computation time depends on system characteristics and increases with model
size and the number of iterations. Some very large models are difficult to process
due to insufficient memory size.
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