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  • The absolute error bound (denoted δ) is a constant, such as 1E-6. That is,  the decompressed data Di′ must be in the range [Di − δ,Di + δ], where  Di′ is referred as the decompressed value and Di is the original data value. 
  • As for the relative error bound, it is a linear function of the global data value range size, i.e., ∆=λr, where λ(∈(0,1)) and r refer to error bound ratio and range size respectively. For example, given a set of data, the range size r is equal to max (Di )− min (Di ), and the error bound can be written as λ( max (Di )− min (Di )). The relative error bound allows making sure that the compression error for any data point must be no greater than λ×100 percentage of the global data value range size.
  • PSNR-fixed compression allows users to set a PSNR value, based on which the compressor will compress the data.

4. SZ supports three compression modes (similar to Gzip): SZ_BEST_SPEED, SZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION, and SZ_BEST_COMPRESSION. SZ_BEST_SPEED results in the fastest compression. The best compression factor will be reached when using SZ_BEST_COMPRESSION and Gzip_BEST_COMPRESSION meanwhile. SZ_DEFAULT_COMPRESSION is a tradeoff between the SZ_BEST_SPEED and SZ_BEST_COMPRESSION.

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