### Table 11: Bene ts

1998

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### Table 11: Bene ts

1998

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### Table 1: Bene ts of partitioning

1995

"... In PAGE 8: ... Hence, the total number of bits required is: n2n + 2n?1 + 2n?2 + : : : + 22 = (n + 1)2n ? 4 In contrast, the number of bits required to implement the table of squares directly is n 2(n+1). Table1 compares the storage requirements of the two schemes for di erent values of n. Even if such a complete partition may not be feasible, the numbers in Table 1 also serve as a bound on the number of bits needed to implement the table of squares.... In PAGE 8: ... Table 1 compares the storage requirements of the two schemes for di erent values of n. Even if such a complete partition may not be feasible, the numbers in Table1 also serve as a bound on the number of bits needed to implement the table of squares.... In PAGE 13: ... 3. Table of squares in n blocks Table1 : Bene ts of partitioning Fig. 4.... ..."

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### Table 1: Binary bene t setting results.

2001

"... In PAGE 3: ... We give a formal de nition of these policies later. The rst set of results appearing in Table1 deals with the binary bene t model, where we have packets with either high bene t of or low bene t of 1. We show that Greedy Policy achieves a non-interesting 1= loss-competitive ratio, which turns out to be the tight upper bound.... ..."

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### Table XI. The Bene ts of Caching for CCP

1997

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### Table 3: Arbitrary bene t setting results.

2001

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### Table 1: Energy costs and bene ts for animats.

2000

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### Table 6: OpCaching Bene ts

2002

"... In PAGE 13: ... This procedure is run both with and without caching at the client nodes. Table6 summarizes the results. The \Mean Resp quot; column gives the response time averaged over all requests, with the time for a cache hit being zero.... ..."

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### Table 3: Development bene t in reuse economic models

"... In PAGE 13: ... Special features of system viewpoint models, however, are made clear; they include use of ORCA and equal distribution of producer costs over systems. An order of model presentation has been chosen such that similar models are, as far as possible, grouped together (see especially Table3 in section 4.2).... ..."