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user:reports:dat:fuel:prepare_dat [13/05/2018 13:54]
tagr [Ignore the messages after the start of motion]
user:reports:dat:fuel:prepare_dat [06/10/2018 14:21] (current)
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 :!: Note: **Ellipsis** (**...**) substitutes **Unit properties --> Fuel consumption** when indicating the option paths. :!: Note: **Ellipsis** (**...**) substitutes **Unit properties --> Fuel consumption** when indicating the option paths.
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-\\ Among important options the next list should be mentioned:+\\ Among important optionsthe next list should be mentioned:
   *Option: Ignore the messages after the start of motion;   *Option: Ignore the messages after the start of motion;
   *Special Case: Mileage-based calculation VS Time-based calculation.   *Special Case: Mileage-based calculation VS Time-based calculation.
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 Here is the whole algorithm: Here is the whole algorithm:
-  -a start motion message is taken and is used to define the amount ​of messages being ignored;+  -a start motion message is taken and is used to define the number ​of messages being ignored;
   -this message is regarded as a left-frontier message;   -this message is regarded as a left-frontier message;
   -then we add seconds set in the option to this message timestamp to get the end moment of the ignored time period;   -then we add seconds set in the option to this message timestamp to get the end moment of the ignored time period;
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 While //​Time-based calculation//​ (all three options) is **switched on** the x-axis is time: While //​Time-based calculation//​ (all three options) is **switched on** the x-axis is time:
-  *fuel consumption/​idling looks like a slowly descending curve on graph;+  *fuel consumption/​idling looks like a slowly descending curve on the graph;
   *thefts/​fillings — a quick falling in the fuel level for a short period of time (theft/​filling processing time).   *thefts/​fillings — a quick falling in the fuel level for a short period of time (theft/​filling processing time).
  
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   *fuel consumption in motion looks like a slowly descending curve;   *fuel consumption in motion looks like a slowly descending curve;
   *idling is marked as a vertical falling of fuel level;   *idling is marked as a vertical falling of fuel level;
-  *thefts/​fillings on stops are marked as vertical rising of fuel level.+  *thefts/​fillings on stops are marked as vertical rising of fuel level.
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