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At system death,
total payoff equaled about .
Average payoff per payoff event was about 1.4.
Most of the total payoff (about ) could be attributed to
the fact that was correctly re-initialized after
each payoff event: the system received a little bit of payoff
even in cases where it did not execute any operations.
As expected, average payoff intake did not significantly
increase or decrease during
the lifetime of the system. However, this was not safely
predictable in advance, due to the changing environment.