### Table 1: Variant A: Results based on a coarse CFD grid (surface: 1008 nodes and 935 elements) and CSD grid (Figure 6) using apos;Next-Neighbour Interpolation apos;. Variant B: Results based on fine CFD grid (Figure 5) and CSD grid (Figure 6) using apos;Next-Neighbour Interpolation apos;. Variant C: Results based on fine CFD grid (Figure 5) and CSD grid (Figure 6) using apos;Conservative Interpo- lation apos;.

2000

"... In PAGE 7: ... The structural displacements in z-direction are depicted in Figure 4. Table1 shows the sum of the loads and the com- puted maximum displacements of three iteration steps as a comparison of the two load projection schemes apos;Next-Neighbour apos; and apos;Conservative Interpolation apos; as described in section 4.2.... ..."

### Table 3: Comparison of Ramanujan s formula with our formula

"... In PAGE 9: ...Table 3: Comparison of Ramanujan s formula with our formula The 3 shows the graph of p(n) and our approximation formula 7 together. Figure 3: Graphs of List t and Formula 7 The numerical comparison of our formula with Ramanujan s formula is shown in the Table3 , where p1(n) and p2(n) is computed by rounding respectively Ramanujan s approximating formula ekpn 4np3, and our approximating formula 0:095817e2:63405pn n : References [1] Bruce C. Bernt, Ramanujan s Notebooks, Part1-Part4, Springer-Verlag,1985.... ..."

### Table 1: Implementation Details and Power Consumption*

2000

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### Table 5.1. Formula translation formulas into formulas

2004

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### Table 2: Composable functors and composable relations

2004

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### Table 2: Cost Formulas

1997

"... In PAGE 27: ...conditions. Table2 gives our formula for Costv(V) and its supporting formulas. Note that Eval(expr) is the traditional query optimization cost function.... ..."

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### Table 4: Cost Formulas

1997

"... In PAGE 27: ... Note that much of the statistical information for views can be derived from statistical information for the warehouse relations and the selectivities of selection and join conditions. Table4 gives our formula for Costv(V) and its supporting formulas. Note that Eval(expr) is the traditional query optimization cost function.... ..."

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### Table 2: Formulae

1995

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### Table 2: Formulae

1995

"... In PAGE 17: ...Yung95] Robert Yung. UltraSPARC-I (Spitfire) Architecture. Technical report, Sun Microsystems, April 1995. Appendix: Formulae This appendix includes formulae for approximat- ing the number of cache accesses during TLB miss handling and page table size for different page tables ( Table2 ). Note, however, that the results presented in Section 6.... ..."

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### Table 2 Translation of -formulas.

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ...Table 2 Translation of -formulas. The algorithm for translating -formulas to their rep- resentations is described by the function trans(e; x; y) in Table2 . One can obtain the representation of -formula e by computing trans(e; output+; output?).... ..."

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