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It means that there is no true dependence, anti-dependence, or output dependence between instances. Examples of these dependences are shown below:

- True dependence: FORALL (i = 1:N) x(i) = ... ... = x(i+1) END FORALL Notice that dependences in FORALL are different from that in a DO loop. If the above example was a DO loop, that would be an anti-dependence.
- Anti-dependence: FORALL (i = 1:N) ... = x(i+1) x(i) = ... END FORALL
- Output dependence: FORALL (i = 1:N) x(i+1) = ... x(i) = ... END FORALL

Thu May 5 15:11:02 CDT 1994