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The original text provided by Waze staff which inspired this page was proven slightly inaccurate, and was difficult to comprehend it was replaced on 06/22/2014.
A simplified easy to understand interactive version of this page is [[User:PesachZ/Interactive junction instruction algorithm|available here]].
== Definitions ==
*#Four (4) or less exits,
*#All exits leave the roundabout ''(from the perspective of s-in)'' at a normal angle.
*#*A '''Normal Angle''' is 0° or 90° to either side, ±15°. (See [[User:PesachZ/Interactive_junction_instruction_algorithm#roundabout_angle|roundabout angle]] for more information)
*An '''[[Roundabout#Understanding_navigation_instructions|Abnormal Roundabout]]''' is one which has
*#Five (5) or more exits,
*#At least one exit leaves the roundabout ''(from the perspective of s-in)'' at an abnormal angle.
*#*A '''Abnormal Angle''' is anything other than; 0° or 90° to either side, ±15°. (See [[User:PesachZ/Interactive_junction_instruction_algorithm#roundabout_angle|roundabout angle]] for more information)
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[[File:S-in s-out definition.jpg|border|center|Visualize how segments are subjectively named in the 'Best Continuation' Algorithm]]
=== Graphic flowchart ===
This is a static graphic flowchart starting from a junction point and flowing through (all) the possible configuration options, to hopefully cover any scenario. It culminates in all the possible navigation instructions. This chart includes [[Roundabout#Understanding_navigation_instructions|roundabouts]], [[LHT|Left Hand Traffic]], and [[RHT|Right Hand Traffic]]. For an interactive version with mite descriptions and illustrations are the [[User:PesachZ/Interactive junction instruction algorithm|interactive page]].
[[File:Turn algorithm flowchart.png|700px|thumb|center|Graphic flowchart for algorithm how waze determines turn, keep, and exit instructions. For Junctions, and roundabouts. ''(click to enlarge)'']]
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