This is a text description of cubcrsvl.gif. This figure illustrates the parent, cubeCursor, with the values of its child Cursor objects layered horizontally. Along the top of figure are the numbers 1 through 10, which indicate the ten positions of the cubeCursor CompoundCursor. The top layer is the slowest varying output. It has the promotion value TV. The next layer down has the channel value S. The layer below that has the three time values, 2000-01, 2000-02, and 2000-03. The layer below that has the two customer values for the 2000-01 time period, which are Bonn and London, the three customer values for the 2000-02 time period, which are Bonn, London, and Paris, and the two customer values for the 2000-03 time period, which are Bonn and London. The lowest layer, which is the fastest varying, has the product values. The product values for Bonn in 2000-01 are 1050 and 2055, and the product value for London in 2000-01 is 815. The product values for Bonn in 2000-02 are 1050 and 1555, the product value for London in 2000-02 is 935, and the product value for Paris in 2000-02 is 1050. The product value for Bonn in 2000-03 is 935 and the product values for London in 2000-03 are 1050 and 3690. The values that are specified by the cubeCursor positions 7 through 9 are outlined by a bold border.