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diff -rauN ../orig/autoclass-3.3.4/debian/autoclass.1 ./autoclass-3.3.4/debian/autoclass.1
--- ../orig/autoclass-3.3.4/debian/autoclass.1	2006-01-25 15:00:34.000000000 +0100
+++ ./autoclass-3.3.4/debian/autoclass.1	2006-01-25 15:03:50.000000000 +0100
@@ -764,7 +764,7 @@
 restart run.  This list should bracket your expected number of
 classes, and by a wide margin!
 "start_j_list = -999" specifies an empty list (allowed only on restarts)
-.IP "\fBn_classes_fn_type\fP = "random_ln_normal""
+.IP "\fBn_classes_fn_type\fP = ""random_ln_normal"""
 Once \fBstart_j_list\fP is exhausted, \fBAutoClass\fP will call this
 function to decide how many classes to start with on the next try,
 based on the 10 best classifications found so far.  Currently only
@@ -808,7 +808,7 @@
 Specifies the maximum number of classifications stored internally.
 .IP "\fBn_final_summary\fP = 10"
 Specifies the number of trials to be printed out after search ends.
-.IP "\fBstart_fn_type\fP = "random""
+.IP "\fBstart_fn_type\fP = ""random"""
 One of {"random", "block"}.  This specifies the type of class
 initialization.  For normal search, use "random", which randomly
 selects instances to be initial class means, and adds appropriate
@@ -816,7 +816,7 @@
 partitions the database into successive blocks of near equal size.
 For repeatable results, also see \fBforce_new_search_p\fP,
 \fBmin_report_period\fP, and \fBrandomize_random_p\fP.
-.IP "\fBtry_fn_type\fP = "converge_search_3""
+.IP "\fBtry_fn_type\fP = ""converge_search_3"""
 One of {"converge_search_3", "converge_search_4", "converge"}. 
 These specify alternate search stopping criteria.  
 "converge" merely tests the rate of change of the log_marginal
@@ -912,7 +912,7 @@
 .IP "\fBcheckpoint_p\fP = false"
 If true, checkpoints of the current classification will be written
 every "min_checkpoint_period" seconds, with file extension
-.chkpt[-bin]. This is only useful for very large classifications
+\&.chkpt[-bin]. This is only useful for very large classifications
 .IP "\fBmin_checkpoint_period\fP = 10800"
 If checkpoint_p = true, the checkpointed classification will be 
 written this often - in seconds (default = 3 hours)

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