### Table 1: Average and maximum percentage error by our mathematical method and Monte-Carlo.

### Table 1 Summary table of mathematical properties of aggregation methods.

### TABLE 1 Classification of mathematical problems and their ease of solution by analytical methods

### TABLE I Obtained results with the mathematical morphology method detection. Breast type Light tissue Dense tissue Light tissue Dense tissue

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### TABLE 1. Parameter values used in the mathematical model (see Materials and Methods for parameter description)

### Table 1: Summary of di erent term selection methods Function Denoted by Mathematical form

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### Table 7: Characteristic values of the transfer operator for c = ?4:0 with polynomial weight q1;N(z2) for N between 4 and 8 as computed with cycle expansion of order 7 and with the exact mathematical method.

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### Table 1. A comparison of public-key cryptosystems [30]. Public-key system Examples Mathematical Problem Best known method for

"... In PAGE 2: ... The relative difficulty of solving that problem de- termines the security strength of the corresponding system. Table1 summarizes three types of well known public-key cryptosystems. As shown in the last column, RSA, Diffie- Hellman and DSA can all be attacked using sub-exponential algorithms, but the best known attack on ECC requires ex- ponential time.... ..."

### Table 2. Mathematical model for risk assessment.

"... In PAGE 5: ... The model is expressed mathemat- ically as the union of two sets, Pf and Cf, and an in- tegrated risk factor Rf of the following form: Rf = Pf + Cf - (Pf)(Cf) . Table2 outlines the details of the evaluation matrix used. In practice, this method would be applied to many elements of a program, and a risk factor would be obtained for each element.... In PAGE 7: ...1(A2) (A2) With dual wiring. Note: See Table2 for definitions of factors. costs depended on the volume and rate of orders.... In PAGE 8: ...1 Production schedule within manufacturing capability; 230 units already delivered. Note: See Table2 for definitions of factors. Figure 3.... ..."

### Table:1 The method we use to find out the relationship among X and Y is simple. We use the background knowledge in mathematics by using simple mathematical operators lookup table such as + , - , x , / , % , = , != , gt; , gt;= , lt; , lt;= . With this method, we can get the exact relationship between X and Y. The relationship we get is

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