### Table 5.2: Mean and variance of the geometrical properties in gas phase With ZPV Without ZPV

### Table 4.4 Accuracy of the central approximation for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4:4) with MM2 limiter.

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### Table 4.4: Accuracy of the central approximation for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4.4) with MM2 limiter.

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### Table 4.4: Accuracy of the central approximation for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4.4) with MM2 limiter.

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### Table 2: Results for detecting inter-object collisions for spheres and bunnies. All results are in milliseconds. For DBVHs we also gives the timings for the update phase, CD query phase and geometric primitive tests separately in parenthesis.

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### Table 4.3 Accuracy of Lax{Friedrichs, Godunov, and Nessyahu{Tadmor (1.1){(1.2) schemes (with and without dimensional splitting) for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4:4) at t =0:85.

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### Table 4.3: Accuracy of LxF , Godunov and NT (1.1)-(1.2) schemes (with and without dimensional splitting) for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4.4) at t = 0:85.

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### Table 4.3: Accuracy of LxF , Godunov and NT (1.1)-(1.2) schemes (with and without dimensional splitting) for the one-phase geometric optics problem (4.4) at t = 0:85.

1998

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### Table 1 - Geometrically Linked Annualized Returns, Monthly

"... In PAGE 7: ... An example is given in the next section. Investment Returns From 1969 to 1994 Table1 presents the returns for various asset classes from 1970 to 1994. The use of geometrically linked monthly returns allows the calculation of the annualized returns for each period.... In PAGE 8: ... Looking at the five year periods, there seems little stability in the security distributions, thereby making an investment decision based on historic data optimization not very optimal. Place Table1 Here Economic conditions have a very strong effect on the returns in the financial markets. Table 2 provides information for the three economic phases since 1969.... ..."

### Table 1: Distinct phase meshes

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"... In PAGE 12: ...Table 1: Distinct phase meshes The problems are constructed by taking a set of 2D amp; 3D meshes, some regular grids and some with irregular (or unstructured) adjacencies and geometrically bisecting them so that one half is assigned to phase 1 and the other half to phase 2. Table1 gives a summary of the mesh sizes and classification, where CEBD represents the number of type 1 vertices and similarly for CEBE. These are possibly the simplest form of two-phase problems that one could imagine and provide a demonstration of the need for multiphase mesh partitioning.... ..."

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