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However, when the light is off our available experimental procedures F and S provide no information about the location of the firefly. ), Irb), In)}. (5) 18 DAVID J. FOULIS The first four states correspond to the location of the firefly in the leftfront, left-back, right-front, and right-back quadrant with its light on. In the fifth state In), the light is off. Notice in Figure 4 that there are exactly five minimal nonempty attributes in A, namely [If]' [lb], [r f], [rb], and [n]. These are the attributes that are irreducible in the sense that they cannot be decomposed into more elementary attributes, and they are in obvious one-to-one correspondence with the five states in \]I.