Trace Analysis Patterns (Part 104)

Trace Mask is a superposition of two (or many) different traces. This is different from Inter-Correlation pattern where we may only search for certain messages without the synthesis of a new log. The most useful Trace Mask is when we have different time scales (or significantly different Trace Currents). Then we impose an additional structure on the one of the traces:

We got the idea from Narrative Masks discussed in Miroslav Drozda’s book “Narativní masky ruské prózy” (”Narrative Masks in Russian Prose”).

The very simple example of Trace Mask is shown in Debugging TV Episode 0×15.

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