### Table 5. 3-D transport benchmark results

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"... In PAGE 16: ... Konno [9] also calculated the total flux using MCNP4B2, and his results agree well with the present results within statistical errors. Benchmark results As shown in Table5 , there are eight contributions for the present benchmarks. Six contributions were obtained by using discrete ordinates method programs.... ..."

### Table 1. Characteristics of small amplitude internal waves from linear theory, and

"... In PAGE 4: ... #283#29 results in an eigenvalue problem which can be solved to give the dispersion relation for small-amplitude internal waves #28for example, see Gill #281982#29#29: ! 2 = N 2 k x 2 j ~ kj 2 = N 2 cos 2 #02: #284#29 The group velocity of the waves can be determined from this expression and therebyit can be shown that #02 represents the angle of propagation of the waves to the vertical. The polarization relations and other relevant properties of internal waves are listed in Table1 . For consistency with the results presented here, amplitudes of various #0Celds are given in terms of the amplitude A w of the vertical velocity #0Celd.... In PAGE 7: ... Although the incidentwavepacket may be stable to self-acceleration e#0Bects, the superimposed in- cident and re#0Dected waves are unstable if the amplitude of the incidentwave exceeds A w crit =2. That is, if A w #3EA w break = #10 2 ,1=2 sin #02 cos 2 #02 #11 N k x : #2811#29 Table1 summarises the #0Cnite-amplitude stability regimes described in sections 2. #28b#29 and #28c#29.... In PAGE 11: ... The wavepacket is of rela- tively small amplitude, A w =0:02N=k x . The #0Celd is normalised by the maximum initial value of huwi #28see Table1 #29. A horizontal dashed line is drawn to indicate the heightof the re#0Dection level #28the height where the Doppler-shifted frequency of the wave equals the buoyancy frequency N#29.... In PAGE 11: ... Figure 3b illustrates the structure of the re#0Dected waves at time t apos; 48T. The plot shows contours of the vertical displacement #0Celd, #18, normalised by the maximum value of this #0Celd at time t = 0 #28see Table1 #29. The hori-... In PAGE 22: ...s in Fig. 2, Fig. 11 shows time series of ,h#10#18i, computed for simulations of small- and large-amplitude horizontally compact wavepackets with a,d#29 k z = ,0:4k x , b,e#29 k z = ,0:7k x and c,f#29 k z = ,1:4k x . Each time series is normalised by the predicted maximum initial value of ,h#10#18i #28see Table1 #29. In the small-amplitude cases, the horizontally compact and periodic waves show sim- ilar behaviour.... ..."

### Table 2 Maximum throughput in the linear network. Theory Simulation

"... In PAGE 15: ... In particular, when the common ex- ogenous load value, , is increased, the leftmost node saturates rst, due to the cumulative e ect explained above. In Table2 , we show the maxi- mum throughput observed at nodes A1, A7 and A14 in the simulation as well as the theoretical predictions. 0 0.... ..."

### Table 1 Outdoor modes of transportation

"... In PAGE 2: ... When converted to seconds, Tc = xc v , where the effective speed v = v1 + v2 and is linearly proportional to maximum Doppler shift fm. We simulate four different outdoor scenar- ios as shown in Table1 . For xed fm, the nonstationarity of the environment decreases as increases, since the small- scale fading coherence time (inversely proportional to rms Doppler spread) increases [9].... ..."

### Table 2. Parameter estimates for the fixed-site carrier model of 3OMG transport

"... In PAGE 15: ... Carrier model parameters of 3-O-methyl-D-glucose transport. Simultaneous estimation of the cooperativity ( ), trans-stimulation ( ) and asymmetry ( ) factors was accomplished by fitting the fixed-site carrier model to the set of data from all incubations for each cow ( Table2 ). Estimates of , and were associated with errors ranging from 0.... In PAGE 18: ...oncentration of 0.14 mM and Rigout et al. (33) found 0.5 mM. The apparent Km for net sugar entry, calculated as + + = K P K P K K app m ] [ 1 ] [ 1 ) ( (derived as eqn A15 in the appendix) using the mean fitted values of K, and from Table2 is 8.32 mM and 8.... ..."

### Table II. Comparison of a94 from the non-linear/linear theory.

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### Table 1: Parameters in the core theory and their default values.

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"... In PAGE 50: ...50 Table1 0: Fits of the linear model to Dell et al. apos;s patients.... ..."

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### Table 3.3: Coefficients of linear correlation between transport cost proxies

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### Table 1: The Chemistry / Proof-Theory Roadmap

"... In PAGE 41: ...Table1 : The Chemistry / Proof-Theory Roadmap (continued) chemistry -calculus Linear logic duality (dualities apparent in stereo- chemical complementarity, hy- drophilic/hydrophobic, proton donor/acceptor, reductant/oxidant) | duality (linear negation is involutive, de ned by DeMorgan duali- ties) symmetry (reactive interaction is sym- metric) asymmetric (functional application is not commutative) symmetric (assumption and conclusion are dual - i.e.... ..."

### Table 1: The Chemistry / Proof-Theory Roadmap

"... In PAGE 41: ...Table1 : The Chemistry / Proof-Theory Roadmap (continued) chemistry -calculus Linear logic duality (dualities apparent in stereo- chemical complementarity, hy- drophilic/hydrophobic, proton donor/acceptor, reductant/oxidant) | duality (linear negation is involutive, de ned by DeMorgan duali- ties) symmetry (reactive interaction is sym- metric) asymmetric (functional application is not commutative) symmetric (assumption and conclusion are dual - i.e.... ..."