### TABLE II. Results for some trinucleon bound state properties. Results, based on the two parameterizations (P) and (KB) of the P33 N interaction, are compared; the results for (P) are identical with those of Ref. [4] labelled H(1) there. The table lists the triton binding energies ET , binding energy corrections arising von non-nucleonic degrees of freedom in the de nition of Ref. [15], E2 being the binding energy correction of two-baryon nature; and E3 being the corresponding correction of three-baryon nature. The table also lists the wave function probabilities, i.e., PL for nucleonic components of total orbital angular momentum L = S; P; D and of particular orbital permutation symmetry, the probability P for components with a -isobar, and the probability P for components with a pion. The binding energies in the rst two columns result from exact Faddeev calculations, they are correct within 10 keV only, but the last digits in rows ET , E2 and E3 are believed to represent relative changes between the parameterizations correctly. The binding energy correction of rst order in QtBG(z)Q in the third column is derived in perturbation theory according to Eq. (4.2c).

### TABLE II. Evaluation of Energy Functions

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### Table I. Energy estimate functions.

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### Table 1: Results on the Z mass [2]. Individual experimental results are given including the common error arising from uncertainties in the LEP energy scale.

### Table 2.4: Energy contributions to the 1s and 2s state in deuterium. The bulk of the uncertainty of the level energies arises from nuclear size e ects.

### Table 1: The transfer function for the and C function for strings of one bit. The empty slots indicate cases which can never arise.

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### Table 1: The transfer function for the \and quot; C function for strings of one bit. The empty slots indicate cases which can never arise.

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### Table 1: The transfer function for the and C function for strings of one bit. The empty slots indicate cases which can never arise.

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### Table 2: Energy dissipation of functional units

"... In PAGE 2: ... The model is based on the input and output activity factors of a compo- nent. For example, assuming an activity of 0:5 at the inputs, the average energy dissipated for the compo- nents Mux, 16-bit adder and the 16-bit multiplier at di erent voltages is shown in Table2 . The energy dis- sipated by the level converters needs to be incorporated in the computation of the total energy consumed.... ..."

### Table 8: The correlated errors on the S-Matrix parameters and the corresponding correlation coe - cients arising from the LEP energy calibration which is common to all four LEP experiments.

"... In PAGE 12: ...easurements except those arising from the LEP energy calibration are scaled by a factor of 0.5. This factor simulates the weight of the four LEP experiments in the average. Denoting the error matrix of the second t with E0, the error matrix C describing the correlated errors on the S-Matrix parameters arising from the LEP energy calibration is then obtained as: C = 4 3E0 ? 13E : (15) Table8 lists numerical values for the correlated errors on the S-Matrix parameters and for the corre- sponding correlation coe cients.... ..."