### Table 2 Resume of questionnaire. Each x is equivalent to 20-40% of the answers.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The questions covered all aspects of the course from technical problems over specific details of the CBI to general opinion compared to corresponding traditional courses. The result is summarized in Table2 . Although the 70 students enrolled were repeatedly urged to answer the questionnaire, only 9 did so.... ..."

### Table 1. Model population velocity dispersions in km s?1. From Mihalas and Binney (1981).

### Table 2 N 5 10 20 40 80

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"... In PAGE 26: ...ations as equalities, i.e. for (2N2 +7N +3) free variables. In the Table2 the experimental results for the geometric parameter = 2 are shown. It is easily seen that h amp; 1:5 with increase of N what is coincides with numerical results presented in [14].... ..."

### Table 4: impact of relative gap on problem T 20 40

"... In PAGE 14: ... Thus, the path reduction strategy could be significant when studying the impact of saturation on telecommunication networks. Table4 shows the impact of the required final relative gap (column gap) on the FD and FD+ methods. The relative gap is computed as gap = (ub lb)=lb, where the upper bound ub is the value of the last solution and the lower bound lb is the best of the lower bounds given by the first order Taylor approximation, wrt.... ..."

### Table 5: impact of the reduction strategy on problem T 20 40

"... In PAGE 14: ... This also suggests the fact that FD+ has a better experimental convergency towards the optimal solution. Table5 illustrates the path control procedure on the optimal solution. The first column shows the upper bound R on the witdh Rk of each commodity k 2 K .... In PAGE 15: ...sing less active paths. The difference is especially significant when R is small. More commodities are also routed on a single path. Table5 shows clearly that the effort in reducing the maximal number of paths is worth be- cause the congestion given by z does not increase too much. Moreover, the table shows that the maximal number of paths can be reduced, on that instance, from 10 to 4 without deteriorating the congestion.... ..."

### Table 2: Annual Entry Rate (hazard rate) to First Home-ownership (Bivariate Analysis) Men (20-40)

### TABLE 1 Tasks:8, Processors:4 T = GCD[30; 20; 10; 20; 40; 50; 60; 70] = 10 D = LCM[30; 20; 10; 20; 40; 50; 60; 70] = 4200 Task

### Table 1: Results on AP cost, the ATSP cost and AP error rel ative to the ATSP cost, on random ATSP. Each datum is aver aged of 10,000 instances. All error bounds represent 95 percent confidence intervals.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Using = 2, we can go up to roughly 2,500-city ATSPs in the worst case. Table1 shows the results, with up to 2,900 cities. The AP cost approaches to 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Average echo times (mS) for 10, 20 and 40 strings.

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 1: Average echo times (mS) for 10, 20 and 40 strings. Table1 presents the average echo times in milliseconds over 10 runs for files containing 10, 20 and 40 strings. The data appears to indicate an approximately linear increase in the average echo times.... ..."