From 5e5a15b01b136b347d15bf7517ad2745a4e1b465 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Christian Grothoff Date: Sun, 12 Jul 2020 20:04:19 +0200 Subject: fix refs --- doc/system/taler/design.tex | 2 +- doc/system/taler/implementation.tex | 3 +-- 2 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-) diff --git a/doc/system/taler/design.tex b/doc/system/taler/design.tex index 0d248407..d78acac1 100644 --- a/doc/system/taler/design.tex +++ b/doc/system/taler/design.tex @@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ customers that lost their reserve private key to eventually recover their funds. If a wire transfer to the exchange does not include a valid reserve public key, the exchange transfers the money back to the sender. -Figure~\ref{fig:reserve:state} illustrates the state machine for a reserve. +Figure~\ref{fig:reserve:states} illustrates the state machine for a reserve. Long-terms states are shown in boxes, while actions are in circles. The final state is in a double-circle. A reserve is first {\em filled} by a wire transfer. The amount in it is reduced by withdraw operations. If the balance diff --git a/doc/system/taler/implementation.tex b/doc/system/taler/implementation.tex index f386228f..41202d06 100644 --- a/doc/system/taler/implementation.tex +++ b/doc/system/taler/implementation.tex @@ -1849,8 +1849,7 @@ This includes both how many coins are used per transaction on average, as well as how often refresh operations are run. We ran a simple simulation to determine rather conservative upper bounds for -the parameters that characterize the average transaction. The source code for -the simulation can be found in Appendix \ref{appendix:coinsim}. +the parameters that characterize the average transaction. In the simulation, thirteen denominations of values $2^0,\dots,2^{12}$ are available. Customers repeatedly select a random value to be spent between $4$ and $5000$. -- cgit v1.2.3