### Table 1. Custom instructions for pairing-based cryptography.

"... In PAGE 9: ...2 Custom Instructions The extensions for pairing-based cryptography we propose in this paper include a total of five custom instructions to accelerate arithmetic operations in prime fields, binary fields, and ternary fields. Table1 gives an overview of the instruc-... In PAGE 10: ...ccumulator guarantees that up to 256 double-precision (i.e. 64-bit) products can be summed up without overflow or loss of precision, which is sufficient for cryp- tographic applications. Besides the custom instructions shown in Table1 , the MAC unit is also capable to execute the native SPARC multiply instructions like umul and smul [23]. Therefore, the proposed extensions for pairing-based cryptography can be easily integrated into the LEON-2 core by simply replacing... ..."

### Table 1. Custom instructions for pairing-based cryptography.

"... In PAGE 9: ...2 Custom Instructions The extensions for pairing-based cryptography we propose in this paper include a total of five custom instructions to accelerate arithmetic operations in prime fields, binary fields, and ternary fields. Table1 gives an overview of the instruc-... In PAGE 10: ...ccumulator guarantees that up to 256 double-precision (i.e. 64-bit) products can be summed up without overflow or loss of precision, which is sufficient for cryp- tographic applications. Besides the custom instructions shown in Table1 , the MAC unit is also capable to execute the native SPARC multiply instructions like umul and smul [23]. Therefore, the proposed extensions for pairing-based cryptography can be easily integrated into the LEON-2 core by simply replacing... ..."

### Table 1: Comparing the different pair-based algorithms.

"... In PAGE 5: ...Table 1: Comparing the different pair-based algorithms. Algorithm Comparison Table1 compares the three pair-based schemes. From the table, we see that Replicated algorithm tries to solve prob- lems in current correlation prefetching algorithms: it looks far ahead by prefetching several levels of successors, thereby im- proving coverage, while keeping high accuracy by prefetch- ing the correct MRU successors in each level.... ..."

### Table 1: Comparing the different pair-based algorithms.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Secondly, by grouping together all the suc- cessors from a given level, we can identify the correct MRU successors from that level, yielding higher accuracy. Algorithm Comparison Table1 compares the three pair-based schemes. From the table, we see that Replicated algorithm tries to solve prob- lems in current correlation prefetching algorithms: it looks far ahead by prefetching several levels of successors, thereby im- proving coverage, while keeping high accuracy by prefetch- ing the correct MRU successors in each level.... ..."

### Table 3 Linkage results of the sib-pair based linkage for height

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"... In PAGE 5: ...ith LOD scores ranging from 1.53 to 2.04 were found on chromosomes 1, 5, 8, 10, and 18. These results are outlined in Table3 and shown in Figure 2. Discussion As a highly heritable, complex trait height presents a prime candidate for identifying the responsible genes by means of linkage analysis.... ..."

### Table 2: Classification of hNAT pairs based on pairing region

"... In PAGE 4: ... Splice variants involved in hNATs Since the wide existence of alternative splicing has been well established [30], and there is evidence for the involvement of NATs in alternative splicing [31,32], we also investigated the splice variants involved in hNATs. In the present 568 NATs pairs, 63 genes involved in 168 NAT pairs have splice variants (see Additional Table2 A). Forty- nine of the 63 genes involved in 121 pairs have pairing regions unaffected by alternative splicing; while the other 14 genes involved in 47 pairs have variable pairing regions due to alternative splicing.... In PAGE 4: ... It is conceivable that alternative splicing can also make the whole pairing region lost. In case of the IL18BP gene (see Additional Table2 A), it has four splice variants, but only three of them have antisense transcript NUMA1. To see how frequently this can happen, we checked the rest 400 hNAT pairs (568-168) using AceView [33] and found that additional 367 NAT pairs involved splicing variants (see Additional Table 2B).... In PAGE 4: ... In case of the IL18BP gene (see Additional Table 2A), it has four splice variants, but only three of them have antisense transcript NUMA1. To see how frequently this can happen, we checked the rest 400 hNAT pairs (568-168) using AceView [33] and found that additional 367 NAT pairs involved splicing variants (see Additional Table2 B). In these cases, only one of the transcript variants pairs with its countertran- script while the others lose the pairing region because of alternative splicing.... In PAGE 4: ... In these cases, only one of the transcript variants pairs with its countertran- script while the others lose the pairing region because of alternative splicing. Therefore these cases were not con- tained in Additional Table2 A. Among the 535 NAT pairs 77.... In PAGE 7: ...http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/supplementary/1471- 2105-7-18-S1.xls] Additional File 2 Table2 A_hNATs with splice variants of genes. Click here for file [http://www.... In PAGE 7: ...http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/supplementary/1471- 2105-7-18-S2.xls] Additional File 3 Table2 B_hNATs with splice variants of genes. Click here for file [http://www.... ..."

### Table 3 The example of pair-based auxiliary table P Q

### Table 1. Comparison of the mean correlation coefficient for the selected predicted protein pairs based on two different information sources

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"... In PAGE 4: ... We then calculate the average correlation coefficient for the predicted interacting pairs in the set for each method. As shown in Table1 , as N increases, the mean correlation coefficient decreases owing to the inclusion of a larger proportion of false positives in the data set. More importantly, for any given N, the mean correlation coefficient for the predicted interacting protein pairs based on the information from all three organisms is significantly higher than that for protein pairs predicted using the information from S.... ..."

### Table 3: Pair-based performance of Bidirectional Recursive Neural Networks trained with multiple alignment profiles.

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"... In PAGE 7: ... One additional index we use is Q2, which estimates the probability of correct prediction at the level of individual pairs of bonded cysteines, either in contact or not. Table3 shows the results of this kind of analysis. We report performance grouped according to the topology class and the number of disulfide bonds of each chain.... ..."

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### Table 3: Pair-based performance of Bidirectional Recursive Neural Networks trained with multiple alignment profiles.

2004

"... In PAGE 7: ... One additional index we use is Q2, which estimates the probability of correct prediction at the level of individual pairs of bonded cysteines, either in contact or not. Table3 shows the results of this kind of analysis. We report performance grouped according to the topology class and the number of disulfide bonds of each chain.... ..."

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