### TABLE I. Parameters for potential function.

### Table 1: Commonly Used Potential Functions.

1999

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### Table 2.1 Potential functions

### Table 2: Results for the two potential functions

"... In PAGE 44: ... Using (17), we didn apos;t succeed in solving instances of the RLFAP of a size of over approximately 750 variables. The results reported in Table2 below are obtained using the feasibility versions of the linear and quadratic model. The rst columns give the number of variables before and after prepro- cessing the problem.... ..."

### Table 1: List of nonconvex and convex potential functions that have been used.

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... Depending on the choice of the potential function, (2) includes many common MRF models that have been proposed in the literature. Table1 lists a variety of such potential functions. Notice that only the GGMRF model depends on p through the potential function.... In PAGE 10: ...4 ML Estimate of and p for Non-scalable Priors In this section, we derive methods to compute the joint ML estimates of and p when the potential function is not scalable. This includes all the potential functions of Table1 except the Gaussian, Laplacian, and GGMRF. Notice that u(x; p) is not a function of p for any of the non-scalable potential functions.... ..."

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### Table 3. Effective VDW radii derived from potential function parameters

"... In PAGE 8: ... Consequently we have found it better to calculate a set of effective VDW radii directly from the Lennard-Jones parameters used in the ENCAD potential. This is shown in Table3 . These effective radii are clearly similar to the radii set of Chothia (1975) that we used for our Voronoi calculations.... ..."

### Table 9 The performance of the multiplicative form and the additive form for the Huber potential function.

"... In PAGE 24: ... Visually, two restored images using the additive and the multiplicative form are almost the same. gt;From Table9 , we see that the multiplicative form is more efiective than the additive form in terms of the number of iterations, the objective function values and the relative errors. However, the difierences are not signiflcant.... ..."