### Table 1. List of experiments for the direct approach, the direct approach with chemical compatibility, the supervised approaches and the supervised approaches with chemical compatibility

2005

"... In PAGE 5: ... We therefore evaluated them with the follow- ing 10-fold cross-validation procedure: the set of all nodes is split into 10 subsets of roughly equal size, each subset is taken apart in turn to perform the training with 90% of the nodes, and the prediction concerns the edges that involve the nodes in the subset taken apart during training. Table1 summarizes the experiments performed. For each unsupervised and supervised method, we tested both the... ..."

### Table 3: The maximal number of consecutive rotation in the same direction i

1999

"... In PAGE 8: ... This happens if the angle remainder zi 0. Table3 shows the number of consecutive rotation in the same direction for di erent values of i. This limitation leads to a reduction in the complexity of the on-the- y converters and its most signi cant bits can already be used to start the CORDIC operation.... In PAGE 9: ... The rst direction of the micro- rotation is always positive, hence, even before the converter obtains its rst output, the CORDIC rotation starts its computation. Due to the limited consecutive ones/zeros of the converter (see Table3 ), the remaining rotation can be executed without any delay. This results in an entire delay of 1:5n+10 full-adder delays, which corresponds to a speed-up of 30%.... ..."

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### Table 5. The maximal number of consecutive rotation in the same direction

"... In PAGE 7: ... This happens if the angle remainder zi 0. Table5 shows the maximum number of consecutive unidirectional rotations depending on the iter- ation number i. This limitation leads to a reduction in the complexity of the on-the-fly converters and its most signifi- cant bits can already be used to start the CORDIC operation.... ..."

### Table 1: Speed-up of decomposition approach over direct approach

2000

"... In PAGE 16: ... We compare the increase of solution times as the number of stages increases for both our decomposition approach and a similar implementation of our algorithm, but without decomposition. In Table1 we show the number of iterations and the speed-ups of the decomposition algorithm over solving the deterministic equivalent directly. This test is done on a Pentium III PC with 128 MB of RAM.... In PAGE 16: ... This test is done on a Pentium III PC with 128 MB of RAM. The first column of Table1 shows the number of stages, i.... ..."

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### Table 5: Classification performance using the direct approach.

2003

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### TABLE 1 An Overview of Analysis Approaches Direct analysis

### Table 1: Direct Approach and Inverse Iteration

### Table 1: Masks used to estimate maximal and minimal rates of change in different directions

"... In PAGE 3: ...em (e.g. no horizontal neighbouring motion vector information). The masks are shown in Table1 . For every type, a minimum and a maximum rate of change, + (i) and ; (i) , i = I;;::;;V I, re- spectively, are estimated for the specific direction defined by the employed mask.... ..."

### Table 5: Result by maximizing and minimizing set approach Ranking 1 2 3 Alternative

"... In PAGE 11: ...11 In order to compute the results with maximization and minimization set approach (Raj and Kumar [16]), the ranking of alternative was carried out by this approach and is shown in Table5 . This shows ranking order is 3 A gt; 2 A gt; 1 A .... ..."

### Table 1: Performance Measures for Job-shop Scheduling and Control

2001

"... In PAGE 2: ... Our distributed, evolutionary approach to scheduling avoids these problems by removing the requirement for a truly optimal solution, requiring instead only a towards-optimal (but practical and useful) solution. The goal is to optimize (often) conflicting local and global performance measures (French, 1983), as outlined in columns one and two of Table1 . A secondary goal is to minimize the variance in the global stability measures in column three, in order to maximize the stability of the system.... ..."

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