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The GRBM subset of GRBs in common wih BATSE has been used to evaluate
the mean GRBM efficiency over the whole range of GRB fluences.
In particular, the GRBM energy-averaged efficiency can be estimated as a
function of the arrival direction, given that this parameter is known
by BATSE. The BATSE common sample has been preferred to the well localized
GRBs, only for the better statistics (283 instead of 79 bursts).