### Table 3: Odometry Error for Linear Trajectory, Differential Heading Odometry

2000

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### Table 1. Properties of certain NLFSRs

"... In PAGE 2: ... By a nontrivial output sequence of a type A, B, C, or D shift register we mean any sequence produced by the shift register when any vector appearing in the corresponding long cycle is used to initialize the register. intersectionsq unionsq Table1 contains some properties of N-stage NLFSRs of types A, B, C, and D. Notice that the NLFSRs of type C are the only ones that induce a cycle decomposition in FN 2 consisting of an odd number of cycles.... In PAGE 13: ... We have carried out extensive computer calculations to satisfy our curiosity. It turned out that the maximum possible value for the linear complexity for each shift register type, as displayed in Table1 , is also the typical value for the linear complexity. In analogy to the quoted lower bound for the linear complexity of de Bruijn sequences one is inclined to anticipate a similar lower bound for the linear complexity of the NLFSR sequences treated in this paper.... ..."

### Table 2: Differential Score Table

"... In PAGE 6: ... The routing of differential scores delivers an 82% reduction in score routing. A differential score data structure was developed, as shown in Table2 and 3. Each query entry of the differential score table provides all partition input data needed for one cycle of operation.... ..."

### Table 1: The SolveLinearInequality strategy

"... In PAGE 7: ... By NormalizeGoal, SolveLinearInequality, and UnwrapHyp the complete set of op- erators and control-rules needed to nd epsilon-delta-proofs are structured such that those operators and control-rules are grouped together that are needed for certain classes of tasks. The strategy SolveLinearInequality (see Table1 ) is applicable to prove inequality goals. Its set of operators consists of Solve, Solve*, ComplexEstimate, and Focus.... ..."

### Table 1: Differentiating characteristics of the services described in this study.

2003

"... In PAGE 2: ... Operationally, all three services use primarily cus- tom-written software to administer the service; they undergo frequent software upgrades and configuration updates; and they operate their own 24x7 System Oper- ations Centers staffed by operators who monitor the ser- vice and respond to problems. Table1 lists the primary characteristics that differentiate the services. More details on the architecture and operational practices of these services can be found in [17].... ..."

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### Table 4 Quasi-exactly solvable Lie algebras of differential operators

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ...ctually modi ed are indicated, i.e., those for which a = hF ; vai 6 0, cf. (17). In Case 4, Div M = ffx + gy j f; g 2 Mg. Finally, Table4 describes the quantization condition resulting from the quasi- exactly solvability assumption that, assuming M = f1g, the Lie algebra admit a nite-dimensional module N. If the cohomol- ogy is trivial, so g is spanned by vector elds and the constant functions, then it automatically satis es the quasi-exactly solvable condition, with the associated nite-dimensional modules being explicitly described in Table 2.... ..."

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### Table 2. Linear operating conditions.

2003

"... In PAGE 3: ...Mathematical model We adopted the following JMLG model a0a2a1a4a3 a5a7a6a8a0a2a1a10a9 a0a2a1a12a11a14a13a16a15 a17a18a1a4a19 a20a21a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a17a18a1a12a11a14a13a25a24a27a26a28a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a29a30a1a14a24a32a31a7a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a33a34a1 a35a36a1a4a19 a1 a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a17a37a1a38a24a32a39a40a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a41a42a1a43a24a32a44a7a6a8a0a2a1a22a15a23a33a34a1a46a45 where a35 a1a48a47a50a49a52a51a54a53 denotes the measurements (output water temperature), a17 a1a7a47a55a49a52a51a36a56 denotes the unknown continuous states, a33 a1a48a47a32a57 is a known control signal (steam flow), a0 a1a48a47a59a58a61a60 a45a16a62a63a62a16a62a10a45a65a64a43a66a54a67 denotes the unknown discrete states described in Table2 .... ..."

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### Table 2. Operations on linear segments.

### TABLE I. - ComrcrEms rN DIFFERENCE-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS FOR CERTAIN PREDICTOR-CORRECTOR FORMUUS

### Table 1: Differentiated Services Code Point Space

"... In PAGE 2: ... In princi- pal, Differentiated Services will support QoS based on ows and aggregated ows by differentiation based on a certain code point. The code points are divided into three code point pools ( Table1 . One is for standards and the other two are for experimental or local use.... ..."