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Acknowledgments

The author wishes to thank Prof. Jozsef Szakos from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University for valuable comments and Prof. Guy Aston from the University of Bologna, Italy, for his careful proof-reading. She is also very grateful to Christian Singer who implemented the basic version of the pausefinding algorithm during his diploma thesis.

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