### Table 2.10: Quadrature amplitude modulation (16) (NBSPC = 4)

### TABLE 10: JITTER AMPLITUDE VERSUS MODULATION FREQUENCY (JITTER TOLERANCE)

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"... In PAGE 4: ...IGURE 27. INPUT JITTER TOLERANCE FOR E3..................................................................................................................................... 38 TABLE10 : JITTER AMPLITUDE VERSUS MODULATION FREQUENCY (JITTER TOLERANCE).... ..."

### TABLE I MAPPING BETWEEN AMPLITUDE RATIOS AND INFORMATION SYMBOLS IN A 32-DAPSK MODULATION SCHEME

### Table 3. Result of microlensing t + sinusoidal modulation on either component of the blend. Amod: is the amplitude of the modulation normalized to the unampli ed stellar ux, and Pmod: the period. Figure 6 illustrates the position of the candidate re- constructed star in the color-magnitude diagram of the surrounding region (star marker), as well as that of the two components of the blend (circles). Both stars belong to typical regions of the color-magnitude diagram. EROS - CANDIDATE SMC 1

### Table 2 Periodic behavior: Comparison of CAM after apnea (apparent to visual inspec- tion), the second set of results, and CAM detected in the models limit cycle, the rst set of results. Data sets Ms1t6 and Bs2t8 exhibited periodic breathing. For each data set marked cyclic amplitude modulation (CAM) occurred after a sigh and was measured by inspection. Radial basis models were built on a section of quiet sleep preceding the sigh, noise free limit cycles exhibited periodicities that were measured in both time and breaths from the simulation. Limit cycles marked with a y were not strictly periodic but rather exhibited a chaotic behavior. Model size is m + n(m), see equation 2.

"... In PAGE 16: ... The noiseless simulations approach a stable periodic (or chaotic, quasi periodic) orbit which may exhibit slight CAM. Table2 summarizes the results of these calculations. In all but one data set CAM was present in the free run prediction of the nonlinear model.... ..."

### Table 2: Percentage of permutation correction with single and multiobjective optimization

"... In PAGE 4: ... An example for how optimization proceeds is shown in Figures 6 and 7, where the entire population and the final area of convergence are shown for a joint optimization of amplitude modulation correlation and the flatness criterion. Table2 shows the maximum degree of permutation correction that was achieved with each combination and single objective optimization run. (5)... In PAGE 5: ...As can be seen from Table2 , optimization by amplitude modulation correlation has led to the best results for the set of test criteria. The set of solutions found in multiobjective optimization of amplitude modulation correlation together with the flatness criterion show, how this impacts the set of solutions found by multiobjective optimization.... ..."

### Table 1. Parameters of the tune modulation frequencies

"... In PAGE 1: ... We disregard linear imperfections. The tune modulation is obtained by summing up seven sine-waves, with the same frequencies k and amplitudes k observed in the SPS spectrum (see Table1 ). The am- plitude 1 of the main frequency is set to 10?4, and all the amplitudes k are varied by a multiplicative factor that ranges from 1 to 8.... ..."

### Table 1. Parameters of the tune modulation frequencies

"... In PAGE 1: ... We disregard linear imperfections. The tune modulation is obtained by summing up seven sine-waves, with the same frequencies k and amplitudes k observed in the SPS spectrum (see Table1 ). The am- plitude 1 of the main frequency is set to 10?4, and all the amplitudes k are varied by a multiplicative factor that ranges from 1 to 8.... ..."

### Table 2 Parameters of rate-dependent physical layer [10].

"... In PAGE 4: ... Quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) with 16 or 64 signal constellation points is used for the higher rates. Table2 summarizes the resulting rate- dependent physical layer parameters. A block diagram of an OFDM transmitter operating at a data rate of 12 Mb/s is shown in Figure 3.... ..."