### Table 3.1. The arcs of the graph used for energy minimisation. arc weight valid for

### TABLE I The calculated stabilisation energies and devi- ations from planarity from energy minimised models of cyclic hydrogen bonded adenine and uracil homo- and hetero-dimers

1999

### Table 8 Lattice energy calculations using the Tripos and Dreiding force Welds in kcal mol21

1998

"... In PAGE 11: ....6.1 KAXXAL. Lattice energy calculations employing the Dreiding force Weld ( Table8 ) indicate that form I packs 1.4 kcal mol21 more eYciently than form II.... In PAGE 12: ...inimised producing packing energies of 230.7 and 231.9 kcal mol21, respectively. A comparison with the fully minimised lattice energies ( Table8 ) shows that neither of the two trial structures are as stable as the observed forms. The TRIAL 2 structure is close in energy to the value found for form I BIXGIY and on the limit of the energy window suggested for... ..."

### Table 1 Parameters of the optimal central and tensor correlation functions for the AV18 potential as determined in Ref. [12].

"... In PAGE 17: ... The range of the tensor correlation function in the (S; T) = (1; 0) channel is controlled by using the following integral constraint for the variation Z dr r2#(r) = 8 gt; gt; lt; gt; gt; : 0:1 fm3 ; -correlator 0:5 fm3 ; -correlator : (41) Depending on this constraint on the (S; T) = (1; 0) tensor correlation functions, we will refer to the resulting sets of correlators as - and -correlators, respectively. The parameters of the correlation functions resulting from the energy minimisation for the AV18 potential are summarised in Table1 . The details of their determination and the corresponding correlation functions for the Bonn A potential can be found in Ref.... ..."

### Table 1. Characterisation Vector

2000

"... In PAGE 2: ...ts operations, its extra registers (i. e. not pipeline registers), its inherent struc- ture, and the number of iterations it is run through. The Characterisation Vector shown in Table1 represents the characteristics of an algorithm, whereby several... ..."

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### Table 1. Comparison of characterisations

2001

"... In PAGE 35: ...We now try to provide an intuitive understanding of the technical differences between the characterisations of termination we have proposed. These are sum- marised in Table1 . Note that simply-acceptability is a special case of P-simply- acceptability that does not need to be distinguished in this context.... ..."

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