### Table 1: 8 dimensional Cohomological Yang-Mills Theories

"... In PAGE 8: ... The reduction of the holomony group to Spin(7) or SU(4) allows an invariant closed four from , which we have used for both topological action and covariant gauge xing condition. A comparison of two cases is made in the Table1 . We expect that a model on the eight dimensional hyperKahler manifold with Sp(2) apos; Spin(5) holonomy is also interesting.... ..."

### Table 3: SCFTs based on N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories rank 2:

"... In PAGE 13: ... By counting the number of parameters, however, we nd that the singularity is of the form y2 = (x2 ? b2)r+1 (b 6 = 0 is of order ) and their SCFTs belong to the same universality class as MAr. In summary, in Table3 we present a list of universality classes in N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories with classical gauge groups.We explicitly write down the dimensions for lower rank theories:... In PAGE 18: ...It is easy to check that the above construction reproduces the exponents of Table3 in the case of An and Dn singularities. Thus we have some consid- erable evidence for the A-D-E classi cation of SCFTs originating from pure N = 2 gauge theories.... ..."

### Table 2: Particle multiplet, 56 of of E7(7) and Yang-Mills interpretation.

"... In PAGE 5: ...g. for d = 7, the particle multiplet transforms in the 56 of E(7(7) with content listed in Table2 . The multiplet consists of the particle states obtained from the KK state and completely wrapped M2, M5 and KK6-branes.... In PAGE 7: ... On the other hand, a wrapped membrane of the string multiplet bound to N D0-branes becomes a KK state bound to N Dd-branes with energy EYM = 1=sI = RlT1 describing a massless excitation. More generally, the U-duality invariant gauge theory masses can be computed as EYM = M2 P+ + RlT1 (20) As an example, the last column of Table2 gives the corresponding gauge theory masses corresponding to the particle multiplet of E7(7). The rst state is the state carrying electric ux mentioned above, while the second state carries magnetic ux, and corre- sponds in general to a Dd-D(d ? 2) bound state.... ..."

### Table 1:Low-energy design alternatives for the OFD algorithm.

2000

"... In PAGE 7: ... For two different processing rates, lower than 12.5Hz (column 1 in Table1 ), we assumed different pools of available resources: with two, three, and four processors respec- tively (column 2 in Table 1). For each of these configurations we considered three design methods.... In PAGE 7: ... For two different processing rates, lower than 12.5Hz (column 1 in Table 1), we assumed different pools of available resources: with two, three, and four processors respec- tively (column 2 in Table1 ). For each of these configurations we considered three design methods.... In PAGE 7: ... Then, we applied our low-energy design methods and compared them to the refer- ence energy (the S amp;S and EonE columns respectively). As reflected by Table1 , there is a trade-off between cost (number of processors) and low energy consumption. Note also that even for only 50% slower processing rate the energy consumption can be almost halved.... ..."

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### Table IV. Enclosures for the double pendulum model, low-energy case.

2006

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### Table 5: Low-Energy Collection-Linac Parameters.

1998

### Table 1: Experimental values and predictions of the ENJL model for the various low-energy parameters discussed in the text. All dimensionful quantities are in MeV. The di erence between the predictions is explained in the text. The numerical error in [14] for H2 has been corrected. All masses are determined from the low-energy expansion, not the pole position of the 2-point functions. Process Prediction Experiment

"... In PAGE 43: ...nterest. So far, we have xed twenty-two parameters. Eighteen of them are experimentally known. In the rst column of Table1 we have listed the experimental values of the parameters which we consider. In comparing with the predictions of the ENJL model, it should be kept in mind that the relations (184) to (186).... In PAGE 43: ... We have also used the predictions leading in 1=Nc, so that we have L1 = L2=2, L4 = L6 = 0, and we do not consider L7 since this is given mainly by the 0 contribution [73]. In evaluating the predictions given in Table1 , we have used the full expressions for the incomplete gamma functions and the numerical value of the ij in terms of g given in eqs. (195) to (198).... In PAGE 43: ... (195) to (198). The rst column of errors in Table1 shows the experimental ones. The second column gives the errors we have used for the ts.... In PAGE 69: ...reatment in Sect. 8 and e.g. in [33]. This gives a good description of the masses and decay constants of the vector and axial vector mesons. as can be seen in the numerical results for the masses and the decays in Table1 . A similar reasonable agreement can be found for most of the other decays.... ..."

### Table 3. Dihedral Angles of Low-Energy Ring Conformations of Compounds 9 and 7

"... In PAGE 4: ...ent 6-8 only, i.e., AII and compound 9 can overlap in the spatial arrangement of CR and C atoms of residues 6-9, as well as of the C-terminal carboxyl carbon atom. Those conformers of compound 9 belong to the family of low-energy conformers of the cyclic moiety described as the last entry in Table3 . The corresponding overlap is depicted in Figure 2.... ..."

### Table 2: Low-energy constraints on R-parity violating couplings 0 ijk

"... In PAGE 7: ... Similarly as the leptoquark Yukawa couplings L;R from Table 1, these couplings are strongly constrained by existing data. The relevant bounds are summarized in Table2 . As already pointed out, since the excess of events was observed in e+p but not in e?p scattering, the process of class (6) involving the u sea is unlikely.... ..."

### Table 6. DFT Energies for Radicals (Hartrees)a

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ... The table shows that the bonds get progressively weaker as the bonds are stretched by the steric demands of the molecule, except for C15 for which the potential well for stretching the weakest bond was surprisingly steep. The radical energies and structures are given in Figure 8 and Table6 . Table 7 gives the calculated energies of the systems, the longest carbon-carbon bond in the structure, and the energy relative to isolated radicals.... ..."