### Table 5: Estimated convergence rates.

2000

"... In PAGE 15: ... The estimated slopes of the linear ts obtained using ordinary least-squares. A selection of them are presented in Table5 . The estimated convergence rates for standard Monte Carlo vary from 0.... In PAGE 15: ...or standard Monte Carlo vary from 0.47 to 0.54. However, the theoretical convergence rate for Monte Carlo based on pseudo-random numbers is 0.5, so the estimates in Table5 are rather imprecise.... ..."

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### Table 1. Convergence rates in x

1999

"... In PAGE 12: ... Using 210 gridpoints, it has roughly the same error as the other methods using 27 gridpoints. Regarding convergence rates in x, by using linear regression on the above example, we obtained Table1 . The rst column gives the numercal convergence rates, and the second is an estimate on how well the variance in the data is explained by the linear model.... ..."

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### Table 6. Average convergence rates.

1997

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### Table 1 Stability and convergence rates of rotational schemesa

"... In PAGE 33: ... In short, for all three classes of projection schemes, their rotational versions should always be preferred over the stan- dard versions. We now summarize in Table1 the main results related to the rotational forms of the pressure-correction methods, velocity-correction methods, and consistent splitting methods. References [1] Y.... ..."

### Table 1. Convergence rates for xed vy = 0.

1997

"... In PAGE 16: ...ystem matrix which ful lls Assumptions 3.1. Hence, TFFDA and TFFDB are equiv- alent. Convergence rates for vy = 0 and vx = 0 are presented in Table1 and Table 2... ..."

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### Table 1: Convergence rate veri cation

"... In PAGE 3: ... Here L is chosen to be 2, therefore, the accurate resistance value is 2 . Table1 shows the error of SA-BEM with respect to step size h, where R = jR ? Raccuratej. It is clear that the convergence rate is O(h2) as expected, which is referred to as super- convergence.... ..."

### Table 4. Convergence rates for xed = 45 .

1997

"... In PAGE 17: ...6) is discretisised using an upwind nite volume scheme and piecewise bilinear basis functions. Table4 and Table 5 show convergence rates for xed = 45 and xed quot; = 0:01 respectively. The absolute value jvj of the convection vector depends in Experiment 4.... ..."

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### Table 1 Discrete norm errors and convergence rates

"... In PAGE 11: ...he first level of refinement are shown on Fig. 1. A mortar grid with 3 elements is used on each interface Ci;j. Convergence rates for the mixed method are given in Table1 . Here k kM is the discrete L2-norm induced by the midpoint rule on Th (or the trace of Th on C).... ..."

### Table 1. The convergence rate of Example 1.

1996

"... In PAGE 29: ... The number r of the nested iterations in (NMG) and (NCMG) is set to be ve. Table1 gives the convergence factor as a function of the number m of the smoothing steps. The V-cycle and W-cycle algorithms for the multigrid mrthods (NMG) and (NCMG) are reported and indicated by v and w, respectively.... In PAGE 30: ...2a) u = 0 on @ : (8.2b) The same results as in Table1 are obtained for this problem using the triangular... ..."

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