### Table 3. Test results for MRCP formulation

"... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table3 gives test results for the multi-service MRCP formulation. For these tests the basic demand matrices are identical to those in the DFMC and DFMR test and results in [2] but for MRCP we overlay a status classification of in- dividual demands on each O-D pair with respect to the multi-service restorability categories.... In PAGE 11: ... It also makes results more directly compa- rable to the prior conventional spare capacity design (for R1) (although for the jointly optimized case [8][9]). For tests of MRCP the fraction of demands on each 0-D pair that were given R2 status was varied from 0 to 40%, as detailed in Table3 . Table 3 shows the total (working plus spare) capacity requirements to support the given mix of R1-assured and R2-assured services (R2 class implies an R1 assurance too).... ..."

### Table 6. Three-dimensional compressible derivatives

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... In this test, the cost function is a combination of the lift and drag coefficients so that only one adjoint solution is required. The derivatives of the cost with respect to the angle of attack and the Mach number as well as the derivatives with respect to four of the shape parameterization variables are shown in Table6 . As can be seen, the consistency between the derivatives obtained with the ad- joint formulation and finite differences is excellent.... ..."

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### Table 6. Three-dimensional compressible derivatives

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... In this test, the cost function is a combination of the lift and drag coefficients so that only one adjoint solution is required. The derivatives of the cost with respect to the angle of attack and the Mach number as well as the derivatives with respect to four of the shape parameterization variables are shown in Table6 . As can be seen, the consistency between the derivatives obtained with the ad- joint formulation and finite differences is excellent.... ..."

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### Table 1 Formulations of EFPA

2007

"... In PAGE 4: ... 1. Table1 defines each formulation of Table 1 Formulations of EFPA... ..."

### Table 2. CMDB formulations.

"... In PAGE 8: ... Atlantic Research constructed a pilot plant and began development of two CMDB formulations in 1956. Table2 shows what comprised the two formulations. Henderson remembers casting the propellant grains and doing static firing, but because his records do not include the dates, he guesses the work occurred in 1957.... ..."

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### Table 2: Comparison of formulations

2003

"... In PAGE 17: ... For the other formulations, we have a pure branch and bound algorithm. The results are given in Table2 . The columns gap, CPU and first give the duality gap at the root node (i.... ..."

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### Table 3: Bounds and formulations.

1996

"... In PAGE 24: ... While we have focused there on the physical meaning of these relations, we show in this section how they can be used to provide performance bounds for MQNETs by solving appropriate mathematical programming problems. We shall consider in what follows a linear cost function c#28x#29= X j2N c j x j ; and denote by Z the minimum cost achievable under the appropriate class of policies #28dynamic stable or static, nonidling and stable#29 policies, Z = min 8 #3C : X j2N c j x j j x 2X 9 = ; : Wehave summarized in Table3 several lower bounds and their corresponding mathematical pro- gramming formulations, obtained by selecting appropriate subsets of the constraints developed in previous sections.... ..."

### TABLE 3. Bounds and formulations

1999