### Table 1. Interoperability between Fortran and C types Type Named constant C type or types

"... In PAGE 25: ...Interoperability of intrinsic types There is an intrinsic module called ISO_C_BINDING that contains named constants holding kind type parameter values for intrinsic types. Their names are shown in Table1 , together with the corresponding C types. The processor is not required to support all of them.... ..."

### Table 1. Parameters used in the model (see Figure 1 and Equations 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). Generic values are used for calculating the generic curves in the figures (dashed blue lines). The range shows the minimum and maximum values obtained from all fits presented here. Notes: the smallest of the values at CR and CE is arbitrarily assigned to CR; for Cm, the value reported by Hornstein et al. (2004) was used; for simplicity, the time constants C1 and C2 were taken as equal; tdelay is an overall delay of the response, partly attributable to various diffusional delays distributed over the various model stages. au = arbitrary unit.

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Although the generic model predictions differ quantitatively from the data and fitted curves shown, they possess all the qualitative character- istics of H1 responses. The fits to individual cells are obtained for parameter values that differ only modestly from the generic values ( Table1 ). This would not be the case if the fits were the result of overfitting with an unrealistic model.... In PAGE 10: ...nd C2 = 6.3, Ch = 7.0, 1S = 4.7, 1L = 450, wS = 0.22, Cp,max = 18, cp = 0.34, Ip = j21, ch = 0.41, and Ih = j17. Units are given in Table 1, and parameters that were not mentioned are used at their generic values ( Table1 ). The dashed blue lines show the result using generic values for all parameters.... ..."

### Table 8: The expression for F (x) gives the magnitude squared function in the x domain in terms of a constant c. When c is chosen according to the expression given in the table, F (xo) equals 1=4.

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"... In PAGE 10: ... The maximally at FIR lter described by Herrmann [3] and the classical Butterworth lter are special cases of the lters given by the formulas described in this paper. Table8 gives a summary of the lter design formulas. Table 6 gives auxiliary polynomials.... ..."

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### TABLE 1 The energy of denaturation per base pair (in kBT) as a function of the DNA torsion constant C C (nm) Edenat/bp (kBT)

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### Table 4.3. For k divisions by the same divisor, the constant c such that multi- plication in time O(nc) makes Newton and divide-and-conquer division equally fast asymptotically.

### Table 5.3 Error decay rate and proportionality fac- tor determined from simulations assuming a base constant c = ((2d + 2)=31 2 ? 1)?p.

### Table 7: Usage of the model K for generation of Table 6 for di erent obstacle speeds v. The con dence threshold is constantly c = 0:4.

"... In PAGE 18: ... This is due to the fact that some misclassi cations in model K are avoided trough explicit simulation because of a low con dence in the information. Table7 shows the numbers of actually simulated trajectories (#sim), steps until a subgoal is found (#steps), and additionally moved subgoals (#add, compare Table 5). Since there are no signi cant di erences for di erent obstacle speeds v, one can conclude that the adaption of the con dence rates works: The model K is able to react to moving obstacles in the sense that an information is updated whenever it ages too much.... ..."

### Table 2: Comparison of the constant C1 in (2.3c) from the hybrid method solution with tabulated values of C1 from [14] for laminar ow through ducts of concentric annular section.

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"... In PAGE 7: ...3a) and compare to tabulated values given in [14] of this constant for laminar ow through ducts of concentric annular section. Table2 contains the hybrid method values and tabulated values of C1 for several ratios of radii, quot;=r0. We see that for ratios of the radii of the pipe and core up to 0:01, the values of C1 from the hybrid method are exactly the four-digit accurate tabulated values.... ..."

### Table 2: Comparison of the constant C1 in (2.3c) from the hybrid method solution with tabulated values of C1 from [14] for laminar ow through ducts of concentric annular section.

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"... In PAGE 7: ...3a) and compare to tabulated values given in [14] of this constant for laminar ow through ducts of concentric annular section. Table2 contains the hybrid method values and tabulated values of C1 for several ratios of radii, quot;=r0. We see that for... ..."