### TABLE 5 Point-Spread Function Corrections for ISOPHOT Data

### Table 3: Field operations in point multiplication

2004

"... In PAGE 4: ... We use the Montgomery algorithm (with projective coordinates) described in [17] to implement point multiplication, which is the fastest method that does not require significant pre-computations and/or storage. We first use gprof to profile the point multiplication operation and examine how it decomposes into the field arithmetic operations ( Table3 ). On average, squaring takes 6.... In PAGE 4: ...ultiplication 87.25%. The time shown as other is the execution overhead, which primarily includes the main control loop (which iterates over the point multiplication function). The time per point multiplication in Table3 (3318 us) differs from Table 1 (3218 us) because execution with profiling slightly degrades performance. 2.... ..."

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### Table 3: Example of common functions of devices: Same functions are mapped to the same gesture; similar functions may be mapped to the same gesture if this is intuitive and no other function is overloaded.

1997

"... In PAGE 13: ... Depending on the gesture commands are sent to the devices and feedback is applied. The correlation of gestures and commands is shown in Table3 . If the dialogue nishes by time out or by the pointing gesture or a certain termination gesture the control ow enters the direction determination (Figure 12).... In PAGE 30: ...evice at a time. First a device is selected by the unique pointer click. Depending on the selected device, the gesture will execute a certain command. Table3 shows a possible mapping. The stars indicate that the device in that column supports the function of the row.... ..."

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### Table 1: Spread Factors, ! and ^ !.

1995

"... In PAGE 3: ... The test group of 100 ICs was maintained for all functions. 3 RESULTS Table1 contains ! and ^ ! for each rule group. ! was calculated replacing 0/0 (range = 0, mean = 0) terms with ones.... ..."

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### TABLE I SPREAD OF WAVELET AND SCALING FUNCTIONS (continued.) Filter Coefficients Support Wavelet Spread Scaling Spread

1997

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### TABLE I Spread of wavelet and scaling functions

1997

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### TABLE I Spread of wavelet and scaling functions

1997

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### TABLE I SPREAD OF WAVELET AND SCALING FUNCTIONS

1997

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