### Table 5. Fraction of Static Instructions which Change Criticality with Different Frequency.

2002

"... In PAGE 12: ... Thus, 21% of instructions (33-12) are critical only every other time, or less often. Table5 shows the distribution of static instructions according to how often they change criticality (from critical on one dynamic instance to non-critical the next, or vice versa.) In this table, a column labeled P#28chg#29 #3Ex, with value y for some benchmark, means that y% of static instructions have a probablity greater than x of changing their criticality between any... ..."

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### Table 4.3: Change in critical area of all undetectable shorts using Modi ed Router. (Square centimicrons.)

1994

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### Table 4.4: Change in critical area of LD0 shorts using Modi ed Router. (Square centimicrons.)

1994

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### Table 7: Change in critical area of LD0 shorts using Modi ed Router. (Millions of square centimicrons.)

1994

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### Table 1: Summary of #0Dight software changes due to safety-critical operational anomalies

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"... In PAGE 3: ... The ODC-based approach has allowed detection of a surprising number of high-criticality anomalies resolved bychanges to #0Dight software requirements #28the #5Ctarget quot; in ODC terms#29 during operations. Table1 summarizes the results. 44 of the 189 critical ISAs had #0Dight software as their target, i.... ..."

### Table 1. The eight possible homotopy class changes in 3-D at a non-degenerate critical point.

1998

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### Table 2 enumerates all of the possible critical-point/sign combinations and their corresponding im- plications on the implicit surface topology. When an implicit surface topology change is detected, the polygonization must be altered to properly represent the new topology. Changes in topology due to 2-saddle and 1-saddle critical value sign changes are demonstrated in Figures 7 and 8.

1997

"... In PAGE 14: ... Table2 : The affect of critical point sign on topology. 4.... ..."

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### Table 5: The critical value for the Winsorization. critical size=20 size=20 size=50 size=50

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ... 5.5 The Critical Value of the Winsorization Table5 shows the effect of changing the critical value of the Winsorization. There is hardly an effect at all with this data.... ..."

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### Table 7.1: The topology actions associated with critical point sign changes. 7.2.1. Identifying Polygons to Remove Changes in maximum and minimum critical values cause entire simply-connected components of a polygonization to be removed or created. Changes in saddle points require the determination of speci c polygons to be removed such that their vertices may be properly reconnected. These polygons intersect a separatrix extending from the saddle point. The separatrix may be quickly approximated by a line for 2-saddles, or by a plane for 1-saddles. These lines and planes described by the eigenvectors of the stability matrix of a critical point approximate the separatrix.

1997

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