### Table 1: Classical Role of the Computer in Assessment

"... In PAGE 3: ...ackages). Caution is warranted in interpreting such claims. Closer examination can reveal that some products lack much of the sophistication of traditional ILS products. As outlined in Table1 below, some products only include limited features which automate the tasks that educators already perform, while omitting extended features 332... ..."

### Table 1: Classical Role of the Computer in Assessment

"... In PAGE 3: ...ackages). Caution is warranted in interpreting such claims. Closer examination can reveal that some products lack much of the sophistication of traditional ILS products. As outlined in Table1 below, some products only include limited features which automate the tasks that educators already perform, while omitting extended features 332... ..."

### Table 2.1: A comparison of the gates between a classical computer and a quantum computer.

2006

### Table 1. Comparison of Classical Engineering Systems with Computer Systems

"... In PAGE 2: ... The reason that correct software is di#0Ecult to pro- duce, even with large amounts of testing, is at #0Crst surprising|after all, wehave been designing complex engineering systems for decades. Table1 compares com- puter systems with classical systems and illustrates why the traditional approachtovalidation is ine#0Bective. Un- likephysical systems that are subject to physical fail- ure, in software, there apos;s nothing to go wrong but the design.... ..."

### Table 4: Number of iterations with some classical preconditioners computed using sparse A (algebraic).

2000

"... In PAGE 15: ...Table 4: Number of iterations with some classical preconditioners computed using sparse A (algebraic). Finally, to assess the performance of the proposed Frobenius-norm minimization approach described in this paper, we show, in Table4 , the numerical results observed on Examples 1 and 2 with some classical preconditioners, of both explicit and implicit form. These are: diagonal scaling, SSOR, ILU(0) and SPAI applied to a sparse approximation of A constructed using the algebraic approach.... ..."

### Table 4: Number of iterations with some classical preconditioners computed using sparse A

2000

"... In PAGE 15: ...Table 4: Number of iterations with some classical preconditioners computed using sparse A #28algebraic#29. Finally, to assess the performance of the proposed Frobenius-norm minimization approach described in this paper, we show, in Table4 , the numerical results observed on Examples 1 and 2 with some classical preconditioners, of both explicit and implicit form. These are: diagonal scaling, SSOR, ILU#280#29 and SPAI applied to a sparse approximation of A constructed using the algebraic approach.... In PAGE 15: ... If we reduce the densityofthe preconditioner in Example 1, M 2a,g converges slowly but becomes the most e#0Ecient. It should also be noted that SPAI works reasonably well when computed using dense A #28see Table 1#29 but with sparse A it does not converge on Example 2 #28see Table4 #29. 3 Conclusions Wehave presented some a priori pattern selection strategies for the construction of a robust sparse Frobenius-norm minimization preconditioner for electromagnetic scattering problems expressed in integral formulation.... ..."

### Table 1: The advantages of partially known viewing parameters on various, classically ill-posed Computer Vision problems [1].

1998

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### Table 3 CPU time for 64 bit real computation Machine Size Classical algorithm Strassen1

"... In PAGE 10: ... For multiplying N N matrices the memory requirements for Strassen implementations are Implementation 6 = 0 or A, B = 0 and A, B overlaps with C do not overlap with C gemmw 1:67N2 0:67N2 Cray gemms 2:34N2 2:34N2 IBM ESSL gemms{real not possible 1:40N2 IBM ESSL gemms{complex not possible 1:70N2 The IBM ESSL routine gemms assumes = 1, = 0 in (2), and no overlapping of A, B, or C. Table3 contains the results of the example problem for 64 bit real data. The highlights of the table as follows: Cray Competing against the hand tuned classical parallel matrix{matrix multiplica- tion supplied as part of the Cray Math and Scienti c Library turned out to be surprisingly di cult.... ..."