### Table 4: Parameters of the Continuous-Time Model

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### Table 3: Parameters of the Continuous-Time Model

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### Table 1: BNF syntax of the continuous-time part of .

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### Table 1. Continuous-Time vs. Discrete-Time Consensus

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### Table 4: Converging CCL algorithm for the scaled continuous-time polytope.

### Table 2 - Stable continuous-time polynomial matrix polytopes.

### Table 2.2: Continuous-time systems

### Table 3: Rate Monotonic applied on a Continuous-time controller

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### Table 8 The Global Continuous Time Structural Semantics

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### TABLE I Cumulative performance for continuous-time ARE solvers for benchmark collection examples

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