### Table 1: The approximation factors for different combinations of Interference models and different conflict graph models of the physical layer Distance-2 (T/F)-DMA Handshake

### Table 1. Parameters of the Interference Model

"... In PAGE 5: ...he IEEE 802.15.4 and W for the IEEE 802.11b. The other parameters are listed in Table1 . The TC is the collision time.... ..."

### Table 4 Implementation of interference model

### Table 1: Interference probability

"... In PAGE 5: ... Using these values we computed the interference probability. Table1 shows the interference probability P2 for di erent group sizes, the read rate ( ) values obtained from the experiment, and for di erent read request arrival rates varying from 1 req/sec to 0:01 req/sec. Since we have assumed that the update rate is 1, the interference probability evaluates to be the same both under the exponential (M) and deterministic (D) model for the read and update times.... ..."

### Table 3: Physical Model

### Table 2. Quasiphysical and Physically Based Hydrological Modelsa

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### Table 1: Comparison of Conceptual and Physical Models Physical model Conceptual model

1994

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### Table 4: Benefits of using the cumulative interference constraints

"... In PAGE 13: ...7 Comparison of the models Table4 gives the comparison between the model including the cumulative interference constraints (columns #viol1, viol1, cpu1) with the more constrained model which replaces the cumulative interference constraints by more constrained binary interference constraints (columns #viol2, span2, cpu2) for the first 20 instances. The results are obtained with the best heuristic (Large Neighbourhood Search method).... ..."

### Table 1: Nomenclature: Physical Model

"... In PAGE 2: ... 2 Model for Low-Mach Number Combustion The system of equations considered in this paper is based on a model for low- Mach number combustion[27], which we now brie y review. (See Table1 for the nomenclature.) For ow in a spatially open domain the underlying assumption in the low-Mach number model is that M is su ciently small (M lt; :3) so that p can be written as the sum of a temporally and spatially constant part pamb and a dynamic part , p(r; z; t) = pamb + (r; z; t); (2.... ..."

### Table 1: Model Physical Data

1998

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