Determines the measure which is used on components.

If 0, count the components blocked and then weight heavily against

the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 1, the standard measure using the # of components blocked and touched

If 2, as for 1 but also take account of the number of dups

If 3, just count the number of components blocked

If 4, as for 2 but also count the no of matings for the smallest

component touched

If 5, multiply the no of matings for the smallest touched by the

number of subs.

If 6, use the ratio of blocked to touched components and the ratio

of the number of blocked components to the number of connections.

If 7, prefer matings where positive leaves are mated to negative leaves

and vice versa.

If 8, use the ratio of blocked to touched components.

If 9, favour large components satisfying max-mates 1.

If 10, do as for 9 and then weight heavily against

the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 11, do as for 6 and then weight heavily against

the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 12, do as for 8 and then weight heavily against

the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 13, weight in favour of components with max-mates 1 and then

weight heavily against the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 14, do as for 7 and then weight heavily against

the situation described by MS98-VALID-PAIR.

If 15, take the average of 11 and 14.

MS98-MEASURE takes values of type INTEGER+.

It belongs to subjects MS98-1 .

Its default value is 0

Its current value is 0.

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