### Table 3: Scaling properties of Tildeclassic in terms of the number of examples multiplication time (CPU seconds) factor induction compilation

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### Table 5: Scaling properties of Tilde without locality assumption, without indexing, in terms of number of examples multiplication time (CPU seconds) factor induction compilation

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### Table 5: Performance impact of the Generalized Induction technique.

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### Table 1: Effects of unbalance on temperature, losses, efficiency and life time of an induction machine at rated load [11].

"... In PAGE 5: ...Table 1: Effects of unbalance on temperature, losses, efficiency and life time of an induction machine at rated load [11]. Table1 [11] shows the effects of various levels of imbalance on induction machines. One can see that there is a dramatic reduction in the lifetime of the machine with only 3% unbalance.... ..."

### Table 5: Detailed classification of unclassified L1 misses.

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... fective address that missed in the cache. Table5 presents a detailed look into load misses that go unclassified as described above. Most of the unclassi- fied misses are recurrent pointer misses, potentially indicat- ing that the loop induction variable is updated in a non-linear fashion.... ..."

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### Table 5: Performance impact of the Generalized Induction technique. Best loop variants are

"... In PAGE 12: ... In [BE94a], wehave described a new analysis technique that can handle such nonlinear subscripts. The e ect of the Generalized Induction Variable transformation is shown in Table5 . The table shows the same type of information as Tables 3 and 4.... ..."

### Table 1: Voltage percent error in the non-linear low load zone with PID and PID-GMR

in Systems

"... In PAGE 10: ... This test has been done again, both with the PID and the PID-GMR scheme, in the linear zone of the cell characteristics and in the non-linear ones at very low and very high loads to check the improvements of the control accuracy achievable with the PID-GMR scheme. Table1 , 2, 3 show the voltage reference, the load current and the corresponding voltage percent error (difference between the reference and the real voltage) obtained with both the PID and the PID-GMR scheme respectively in the non-linear low load zone, the linear zone and the non-linear high load zone. These tables show that the PID-GMR scheme overcomes the PID one in terms of voltage error, with a resulting real voltage which better approximates the reference one.... ..."

### Table 4: Elementary School Non-Linear Production Function

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### Table 7: Mean-Squares Error And CPU Load of Nonlinear Dynamic System

in Bayesian Estimation of Unconstrained Nonlinear Dynamic Systems via Sequential Monte Carlo Sampling

2003

"... In PAGE 25: ...The posterior distributions shown in Figure 8 indicate the bimodal and skewed nature of the distributions. The average MSE and CPU time shown in Table7 conflrm the inability of EKF and MHE to handle such distributions. MHE performs better than EKF, but requires a great deal of computation.... ..."

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### Table 7: Mean-squares error and CPU load of nonlinear dynamic system. EKF MHE SMC

"... In PAGE 25: ... The posterior distributions shown in Figure 8 indicate the bimodal and skewed nature of the distributions. The average MSE and CPU time shown in Table7 conflrm the inability of EKF and MHE to handle such distributions. MHE performs better than EKF, but requires a great deal of computation.... ..."