### Table 3: Optimal Well Locations

"... In PAGE 20: ... quality is applied. The remaining 1047 points are shown in Figure 10. Considering these points as the potential well locations in the optimization model the additional optimal well locations are determined. The optimal well locations that feature a maximum quality above 1400 are the locations shown in Table3 . There are ve new wells identi ed and hence we have a total of 33 wells.... ..."

### Table 4. Identification errors (Influence of measuring point location) fixed optimized

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"... In PAGE 5: ... Candidates of location for 3rd measuring point and two pre-decided measuring point the good measuring location gives a remarkable improvement of the convergence speed comparing with the case of the fixed location. In Table4 . errors of the identified position from the real sound source position are shown in respective cases.... ..."

### Table 2: Optimal Points

"... In PAGE 7: ... After some experimention it was determined that im- proved performance could be obtained by adding elitism and linear scaling such that the probability of selecting the best design in each population was 4 times that of selecting an average design in the same population. For each method, the table lists the number of trials, out of 250, in which either the global #28#23G#29 or one of the local #28#23L#29 optima listed in Table2 was located. Obviously, all of those optima lie between points in the discretized space.... ..."

### Table 5: Results of the capacitated facility locations problems on the AP1000

### Table 3. Number of iterations needed till convergence (Influence of measuring point location) fixed optimized optimum

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"... In PAGE 4: ...rd measuring point and optimize its location adopting the points shown in Figure 4. as candidates. The optimality criterion of this problem is the earliness of convergence. Table3 . compares the iteration numbers that were needed till the convergence between the case that the 3rd measuring point is pre- decided at (1.... In PAGE 4: ...ecided at (1.0, 1.0) and the optimized case. Coordinates shown in the fourth column of Table3 . are the optimum location of the 3rd measuring point selected.... In PAGE 4: ...ecided at (1.0, 1.0) and the optimized case. Coordinates shown in the fourth column of Table 3. are the optimum location of the 3rd measuring point selected. It is observed from Table3 . that the selection of... ..."

### Table 1. The role of the seed point in locating maximal feasible boxes.

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"... In PAGE 17: ... Table1 contains details of the results on the numerical test that examines how the place of the seed point a ects the result box constructed by the program. In the following, we use only one initial value for all d(i; j) step sizes (i = 1; 2; j = 1; 2).... In PAGE 17: ... NFE stands for the number of function (F (X) and Gj(X) for j = 1; 2; : : : ; m) evaluations. The test results presented in Table1 suggest that the seed point may be chosen close to the normal of the active constraint at x , even if it is outside of X . It is interesting that the center of the maximal volume inscribed box is not an optimal seed point.... In PAGE 18: ...e more reliable. Thus both and help determine when the algorithm stops. Table 2 shows the combined e ect of these parameters on the volume of the result box and the number of function evaluations required. The problem setting was the same as in Table1 (f quot; = 2:0), except the seed point was always xseed = (0:5; 0:5)T . As it can be seen in Table 2, the total number of function evaluations NFE is growing only slightly with the decrease of .... ..."

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### TABLE III HALF OF THE COCIRCUITS OF THE PLANAR ARRANGEMENT OF POINTS REPRESENTED IN FIG. 4

### TABLE III HALF OF THE COCIRCUITSOF THE PLANAR ARRANGEMENT OF POINTS REPRESENTEDIN FIG.4

### Table 4. Deviation from Planarity (Degrees).

"... In PAGE 6: ... It is well known that the heme group in X-ray structures is not absolutely planar, and is distorted into a slightly bent structure.7 The deviation from planarity of several high-resolution X-ray structures as well as the ab initio geometry optimized structures is summarized in Table4 . The deviation from planarity measured as the angle of two oppositely lying CPM atoms and the central iron can be as large as 11 degrees in the case of Methylobacterium extorquens32 (PDB accession code 1QN2).... ..."

### Table 1. Coordinates for detector locations

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"... In PAGE 28: ...5 In addition, basic physical property data were collected for each formulation. The optimum composition determined after evaluating test results for candidate formulations is presented in the rightmost column in Table1 . The structures of the solvent components are presented in Fig.... In PAGE 29: ...14 Table1 . CSSX solvent composition Component Baseline solvent Optimized solvent Calix[4]arene-bis(tert-octylbenzo-crown-6) (aka BOBCalixC6) 0.... In PAGE 82: ... The twenty-six source volumes and the eighteen detector positions are identified in Figure 1. With the origin as indicated in Figure 1, the detector locations are shown in Table1 . The detectors are located at points where there was expected to be a local maximum in the dose-rate field.... ..."