### Table 3: Characterization of operand wakeup order and last-arriving operand

2003

"... In PAGE 9: ... Interestingly, sequential wakeup without a last-arriving predictor, as shown in the right bars, outperforms the tag elimination scheme with a predictor in many benchmarks. In this configuration, the right-hand side source operands are statically assumed to be last-arriving, which has less than a 50% chance to be correct on average (as shown in Table3 ), causing up to 10% of dynamic instructions to experience issue penalties. However, the average perfor- mance degradation is still measured to be 1.... ..."

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### Table 3: Characterization of operand wakeup order and last-arriving operand

"... In PAGE 9: ... Interestingly, sequential wakeup without a last-arriving predictor, as shown in the right bars, outperforms the tag elimination scheme with a predictor in many benchmarks. In this configuration, the right-hand side source operands are statically assumed to be last-arriving, which has less than a 50% chance to be correct on average (as shown in Table3 ), causing up to 10% of dynamic instructions to experience issue penalties. However, the average perfor- mance degradation is still measured to be 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Job-order relation in a (4 order,12 jobs) instance. jF and jL are, respectively, the labels of the rst and the last job in order i.

1997

### Table 7.3: Type I sums of squares for the model y = gi1 + gi3 + gi5 + sex + age + ur. The main effects are put last in order to determine the relevance of the main effects after adjusting for the most important giks.

2008

### Table 8: The Results of Attribute Mapping. The attributes are shown in the decreasing order of their frequencies. The last column shows the mappings of the words in FCT to those in IEEEPDS.

2003

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### Table 8: The Results of Attribute Mapping. The attributes are shown in the decreasing order of their frequencies. The last column shows the mappings of the words in FCT to those in IEEEPDS.

2002

### Table 5 Convergence order estimates for scalar partial di erential equation with discontin- uous right-hand side. The last column tends to a convergence order estimate of 1=2.

"... In PAGE 22: ... If we assume the convergence order 1=2 given in the preceding paragraph, then we can compute the error constant by ku x ukL2= x1=2; the fact that this quantity in the nal column actually tends to zero indicates a better than expected convergence order. Table5 shows the estimates for p and the L2-norm of the di erence between successively ner meshes. Note that the approximation for the order of conver- gence tends toward the value of 1=2 as the mesh becomes ner.... ..."

### Table 3 Convergence order estimates for scalar partial di erential equation with smooth right-hand side. The last column tends to a convergence order estimate of 2.

"... In PAGE 20: ... The nal column con rms that in agreement with the theory (31), we have ku u ukL2 = x2 C. Table3 shows the computed approximate values for p from (32) and the L2-norm of the di erence between successive meshes. The L2-norm of the... ..."

### Table 3.9 Latin Squares The Latin squares block ordering ensures that each block appears in each position exactly once as seen in the table. The second ordering is based on the first by swapping the order of block A and B, as well as block C and D. Ordering three is found by swapping blocks AB of order two with blocks CD. The last block ordering is similar to the second, by swapping block A with B and block C with D of the third block ordering.

1995

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### Table 1 Logarithms summed by the RG evolution from MW down to mc for the three terms in (1), n = 0; 1; 2;:::The last line shows the order in which the dependence on mt enters.

1996

"... In PAGE 2: ... Table1 summarizes the logarithms summed by the forthcoming renormalization group (RG) evo- lution from MW down to mc in the di erent or- ders. Table 1 Logarithms summed by the RG evolution from MW down to mc for the three terms in (1), n = 0; 1; 2;:::The last line shows the order in which the dependence on mt enters.... ..."