### Table 1. Closed-form solutions for I d ( )

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### Table 2: Outline of the IQML Equalization Algorithm

1999

"... In PAGE 18: ... An updated estimate of b can then be obtained in closed-form, as is done in the regular IQML and MODE algorithms (see [9] for details of how this step is implemented). Table2 outlines the proposed approach. After the initialization steps 1 and 2, the proposed approach is implemented in two separate parts.... ..."

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### Table 2.3:Veri#0Ccation of the derived closed-form formulae

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### Table 2.5:Passband energy from two closed-form formulae

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### Table 7.1: Comparison of orbit simulation with closed-form solution without forces.

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### Table 7.2: Comparison of attitude simulation with closed-form solution with time-varying torques.

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### Table 3.2: Results for the closed-form case: = 1. Nonstochastic Stochastic

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### Table 3.4: Results for the closed-form case with endogenous labor supply. Nonstochastic Stochastic

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### Table 3 Composite and superstrate configurations: accuracy of the closed-form expressions used.

"... In PAGE 7: ...ubstrate. Detailed formulas can be found in [15]. Different multi-layer composite and superstrate build- ups within our technology set have been tested. Their parameters are collected in the following Table3 . The accuracy results for the these configurations are shown in the similar form as for single dielectric configuration and are presented in Table 4 and Fig.... ..."

### Table 1: Parameters of the closed-form approximations for bandwidth, capacity, and transmission power at SNR0 =

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