### Table 1: Compressing an Arbitrary Distributed Algorithm

1990

"... In PAGE 23: ... We also ran P2 on CCC(2) and the compressed version of P2 on CCC(1). Table1 shows the execution times in seconds and the resulting overhead for di erent x and y. One can see that the overhead is even better than the optimal load factor for the corresponding embedding (i.... ..."

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### Table 1: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution into an arbitrary number (from 3 to 6) of equiprobable regions.

2007

"... In PAGE 4: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example Table1 gives the breakpoints for values of a from 3 to 6. Table 1: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution into an arbitrary number (from 3 to 6) of equiprobable regions.... ..."

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### Table 3: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 10) of equiprobable regions

2003

"... In PAGE 4: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example, Table3 gives the breakpoints for ... ..."

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### Table 3: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 10) of equiprobable regions

2003

"... In PAGE 4: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example, Table3 gives the breakpoints for ... ..."

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### Table 3: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 10) of equiprobable regions

2003

"... In PAGE 4: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example, Table3 gives the breakpoints for ... ..."

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2002

"... In PAGE 4: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example, Table3 gives the breakpoints for values of a from 3 to 10. Note that in this example the 3 symbols, a , b and c are approximately equiprobable as we desired.... ..."

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### TABLE III A LOOKUP TABLE THAT CONTAINS THE BREAKPOINTS THAT DIVIDES A GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION IN AN ARBITRARY NUMBER (FROM 3 TO 5) OF EQUIPROBABLE REGIONS

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### Table 3: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 10) of equiprobable regions a

2007

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### Table 1: A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divides a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 6) of equiprobable regions

"... In PAGE 5: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example Table1 gives the breakpoints for values of a from 3 to 6. Table 2: A lookup table used by the MINDIST function.... ..."

### Table 3 A lookup table that contains the breakpoints that divide a Gaussian distribution in an arbitrary number (from 3 to 10) of equiprobable regions

2006

"... In PAGE 8: ... These breakpoints may be determined by looking them up in a statistical table. For example, Table3 gives the breakpoints for values of a from 3 to 10. Once the breakpoints have been obtained we can discretize a time series in the following manner.... ..."