### Table 3.1: Comparison between the described Ewald method, the direct method and the regular Ewald method. (The R in the direct method stands for the radius, in basic cell diameters, of a sphere within which we took image cells into account. P is the expansion depth in the Fast Multipole Method.)

### Table 1. Main memory capacity expansion rate.

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... We analyzed the memory expansion rate of the existing cache and memory compression systems of optimal, the CBC, the CMS, the MXT, and the SCMS with the memory images of SPEC CPU2000 benchmark suite. Table1 summarizes the evaluation results. The optimal system expands the size of data and code memories by 480% and 160%, respectively.... ..."

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### Table 1 : images probabilities for Sobel directional gradient

### Table 1 : images probabilities for Sobel directional gradient

### Table 1: Objective image quality metrics for the image expansions shown in Figure 7.

"... In PAGE 8: ... The above mentioned figures show the degree of the blurriness of details from these sequences which have been enhanced by three different methods (our proposed VQ-based, bilinear, and B-spline). Objective comparison of our algorithm with bilinear and B-spline interpolations for image expansion are shown in Table1 . As an example, Figure 7, which was taken from... ..."

### TABLE III Computation Time of the Walsh Transform Expansion System 256x256 image 128x128 image

2002

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### Table 4. Reductions and Expansions for WDC i

"... In PAGE 9: ... With these two-sided circuits (nets), cut-elimination is replaced by normalization, as given by reductions and expansions, as well as by some rewrites that may best be thought of as \permuting reductions quot;, as they are not \directed quot; in any natural way. The reduc- tions and expansions for the multiplicative fragment of our logic are given in (Blute et al 1992) and are shown in Table4 . The reductions and expansions for the exponentials ! and ? are given in Tables 5, 6, and 7.... ..."

### Table 1. Moments for directed animals on the square lattice. Moment Generating function f Expansion Per animal

1996

### Table 2. Moments for directed animals on the triangular lattice. Moment Generating function f Expansion Per animal

1996

### Table 2: Calculation of Tank and TPS Expansions.

1997

"... In PAGE 11: ... The wide range of temperatures and pressures result in differences in expansion and contraction of the TPS and tank that must be accommodated to avoid damage to the TPS. To determine the expansions expected in the system, a table of load cases ( Table2 ) was created recording the temperatures and pressures at various times during the vehicle flight cycle. For each load case the temperature of the tank and the titanium inner surface of the TPS and the tank pressure are listed.... In PAGE 11: ... The displacements of the tank under a single TPS panel in the axial and hoop directions, the displacement of the inner TPS surface, and the difference between the tank and TPS . T ts co article, wh represe Fl r the ent r it te 10 American Institute of Aerona displacements are also listed in Table2 . The 15 load cases are grouped into three categories he category labeled Test Conditions represen nditions expected during testing of the integrated test ich combines the ARMOR TPS, TPSS, and a ntative tank structure.... ..."

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