### Table 1 Centralities of points in the graph of Fig. 1

### Table 2 Centralities of points in the star of Fig. 3

### TABLE 3. STEINER RATIOS OF VARIOUS POLYHEDRA WITH AN EXTRA CENTRAL POINT.

1995

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### Table 1: Coe cients for the Laplacian. One side plus the central point are shown. Each coe cient term should be divided by the prefactor. The Laplacian is symmetric about the central point.

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... point matrices as well. The weight vectors for the Laplacians through 8th order are given in Table1 . The three dimensional versions are generated from the sum of the three orthogonal x; y; z axes.... In PAGE 7: ... 18 was solved for high orders by examination of the cancellation of terms near the boundary. The result for the left hand side of the coarse scale gradient on a left boundary is given by: d(?nL+i) = i X j=0 c(?nL+j) i = 0; nL ? 1; (21) where nL is the number of points in the Laplacian to the left of the center and the c(?nL+j) are the Laplacian coe cients from Table1 . The rhs side of the gradient is antisymmetric with respect to these coe cients.... ..."

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### TABLE III PERFORMANCE OF ADAPTIVE CENTRAL-SEARCH-POINT PREDICTION

### TABLE 2. STEINER RATIOS OF VARIOUS POLYHEDRA. We tried placing an extra central point inside these polyhedra:

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### Table 2: Systematic deviations of transverse and longitudinal components of the frag- mentation function caused by variations of the angular cut v and by smoothing central points

### TABLE 1. First normalized zero above the central point for 14 one-parameter families of elliptic curves of rank 0 over Q (smaller conductors).

### TABLE 2. First normalized zero above the central point for 14 one-parameter families of elliptic curves of rank 0 over Q (larger conductors).

### Table 1: Comparison of RILUMc and RILUMs for solving the convection di usion problem with the ve point central di erence discretization scheme. RILUMc RILUMs

in RILUM: A General Framework for Robust Multilevel Recursive Incomplete LU Preconditioning Techniques

1999

"... In PAGE 12: ... maximum coarse level iteration number was 17. The results in Table1 look very interesting. RILUMc demonstrated convergence rates that are essentially independent of both the mesh size and the Reynolds number within the ranges of the tested parameters.... ..."

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