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Fig. 2


Left panel: arithmetic mean of the H2O absorption coefficient between 1000  cm-1 and 1001  cm-1 calculated using the adaptive (AK), fixed width (FW), fixed factor (FF) cut-off schemes as a function of the cut-off parameters (fAK, dFW and fFF, respectively) at 105  Pa, 1500  K. The mean absorption coefficients have been normalised by the value obtained using AK with fAK = 10-8. Right panel: computation time required using 12 cores at 2.8  GHz as a function of the cut-off parameter. We see that our adaptive cut-off scheme is about two orders of magnitude faster than the two other methods for a given average absorption coefficient.

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