### Table 2.2: Bounds on variation of the hatches.

2007

"... In PAGE 44: ...Table2 deal more with the bounds of the variation of the hatches. Examples include the minimum and maximum number of rows and columns of hatches or the extents of how far a hatch can be rotated from its normal direction.... ..."

### Table 1. Bounds on cosmological variation of fundamental constants of non- gravitational physics. For references to earlier work, see TEGP 2.4(c).

1984

"... In PAGE 12: ... If LPI is satis ed, the fundamental constants of non-gravitational physics should be constants in time. Table1 shows current bounds on cosmological variations in selected dimensionless... ..."

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### Table 1. Bounds on cosmological variation of fundamental constants of non- gravitational physics. For references to earlier work, see TEGP 2.4(c).

1984

"... In PAGE 13: ... If LPI is satis ed, the fundamental constants of non-gravitational physics should be constants in time. Table1 shows current bounds on cosmological variations in selected dimensionless constants.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... The first column in both tables indicates the name of a design. The next four columns in Table1 show the initial delay, and the best, worst, and median delay of the optimized designs. The rightmost column indicates the timing overhead as a result of enhanced reliability.... In PAGE 6: ... Therefore, we will report overhead in terms of the area used by the fault-tolerant design minus the total area of the original design, including unused CLBs such as the 19% measure above. The area overhead is presented in Table 2, using the same format as Table1 . The average, median and worst-case area overheads were 5.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... The first column in both tables indicates the name of a design. The next four columns in Table1 show the initial delay, and the best, worst, and median delay of the optimized designs. The rightmost column indicates the timing overhead as a result of enhanced reliability.... In PAGE 6: ... Therefore, we will report overhead in terms of the area used by the fault-tolerant design minus the total area of the original design, including unused CLBs such as the 19% measure above. The area overhead is presented in Table 2, using the same format as Table1 . The average, median and worst-case area overheads were 5.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ... The first column in both tables indicates the name of a design. The next four columns in Table1 show the initial delay, and the best, worst, and median delay of the optimized designs. The rightmost column indicates the timing overhead as a result of enhanced reliability.... In PAGE 7: ... Therefore, we will report overhead in terms of the area used by the fault- tolerant design minus the total area of the original design, including unused CLBs such as the 19% measure above. The area overhead is presented in Table 2, using the same format as Table1 . The average, median and worst-case area overheads were 5.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ... The first column in both tables indicates the name of a design. The next four columns in Table1 show the initial delay, and the best, worst, and median delay of the optimized designs. The rightmost column indicates the timing overhead as a result of enhanced reliability.... In PAGE 7: ... Therefore, we will report overhead in terms of the area used by the fault- tolerant design minus the total area of the original design, including unused CLBs such as the 19% measure above. The area overhead is presented in Table 2, using the same format as Table1 . The average, median and worst-case area overheads were 5.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ... The first column in both tables indicates the name of a design. The next four columns in Table1 show the initial delay, and the best, worst, and median delay of the optimized designs. The rightmost column indicates the timing overhead as a result of enhanced reliability.... In PAGE 7: ... Therefore, we will report overhead in terms of the area used by the fault- tolerant design minus the total area of the original design, including unused CLBs such as the 19% measure above. The area overhead is presented in Table 2, using the same format as Table1 . The average, median and worst-case area overheads were 5.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timing bounds due to routing variation among AFTBs for each tile

1998

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### Table 1 shows current bounds on cosmological variations in selected dimensionless constants. For discussion and references to early work, see TEGP 2.4(c).

1984

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