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In Section 3 we introduce aggregate ·Supported by grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), and Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et l'Aide a la Recherche (FCAR) of Quebec. 25 operations in the 1ST model, and present a brute-force algorithm to calculate all possible answers to an aggregate query and their probabilities. Section 4 is devoted to a discussion of different formulations of the intended meaning of aggregate operations in the 1ST model, and their complexity.

Max, sum, count, and average in the Information Source Tracking method. Three types of questions were addressed: Enumerating all possible answers and their probabilities, determining the probability of a given answer, and finding the expected value of an aggregate query. We showed that the first problem is intractable, and the second is NP-complete for sum, count, and average. Algorithms were presented for expected values of sum, and count queries, and for determining the probability of a given answer to a Max or min query.

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