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Acknowledgments. Basic error correction includes positive and negative acknowledgments of received MSUs. The acknowledgment information for MTP2-A is in the BSN (backward sequence number) and BIBs (backward indicator bits) of SUs (of any type) sent by MTP2-B. In both positive and negative acknowledgments, the BSN is equal to the FSN (forward sequence number) of the MSU that has been most recently accepted by MTP2-B. Positive and negative acknowledgments are indicated by the BIBs in consecutive SUs. In Fig. 8.4-1, SU2 has the same BIB value as SU1. This signi es the positive acknowledgment of MSUs with FSN up through 26. SU3 indicates a negative acknowledgment, because its BIB differs from the BIB of SU2.
On the surface, mixing in-context references with configurations sounds like it is combining two powerful techniques that should offer you great control over models. Although this may sometimes be true, I want to caution you about some of the effects that combining these two techniques may cause. In particular, you should be careful about part configurations, particularly configurations of the referenced part. If you are using in-context relations to parts with configurations, then you may want to consider a few things. First, look at the door-hinge part shown in Figure 16.13. At the top are three configurations of one of the hinge plates. The second hinge plate is built in the context of the assembly so that it will always match the first plate. At the bottom are the results of changing the first hingeplate part configuration in the assembly. This looks like an ideal situation because the second hinge plate always changes to match the first hinge plate. What could be wrong with this
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