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### Table 1: Definitions of Symbols Used in Mathematical Equations Variable Description Example value for ACM

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### Table 2.1: Comparison of the quantities and fundamental mathematical equations of equilibrium statistical physics and large deviations theory.

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### Table II for the corresponding values of p and T. The mathematical modeling of the problem is identical to the first case up to equation 1, rewritten here as

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### Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE

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### Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE

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### Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE

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