### Table 3. Veri cation of microprogram-controller

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### Table 2: Network Activity List with CPM Calculations Activity Dur. Successors ES LS EF LF TF FF

### Table 2: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on End-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table 3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table 4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention Activity Dur.... ..."

### Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table 2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table 4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention ... ..."

### Table 4: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Mixed-Day Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table 2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table 3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention Activity Dur.... ..."

### Table 1. Number of Spawners (S) (minus jacks) Estimated From Redd Counts and the Number of Recruits (R) to

"... In PAGE 11: ...uasi-extinction level of one is reasonable. Moreover, the Dennis et al. analyses, like most extinction models, neglect catastrophes and therefore tend to underestimate risks. For salmonids, catastrophes that could have a major impact on recruitment, such as major floods and debris flows, appear to occur as often as once every 100 years, but too infrequently to be represented in typical 10-15 year slices of data (see Table1 in Bisson et al .... ..."

### Table 3: Example Data for Data Schema Read and Path

"... In PAGE 5: ... Figure 2(a) shows the schema of the single event approach. Table3 contains some example entries 1. During data staging no additional processing has to be done.... In PAGE 5: ... However, a major problem remains: Maintaining the path information in every tuple induces an intolerable space consumption. Table3 shows example entries based on this schema. 1This table contains an additional attribute path reader, which is used by the following data schema and... ..."

### Table 2. Time complexity and path quality comparison for five path planning approaches.

### Table 1. Parameter Values Simulated - # path path 1 path 2 path 3 path 4

"... In PAGE 6: ...g., S0 - S4 as given in Table1 ). Also, suppose that the number of paths within any partial circuit (i.... In PAGE 6: ...e. the number of paths in each row as given in Table1 ), and the delay on each path is known. The simulation based on this architecture is carried out with focus on the following three analysis: to analyze the effectiveness of request signal length on fault rate with n, p =0.... ..."

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### Table 7.6: Expected Travel Time and Population on Paths 1 to 6 for Time Interval 1 Path 1 Path 2 Path 3 Path 4 Path 5* Path 6*

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