### Table 1: Model parameters and shifts of #0Cnal position

"... In PAGE 5: ... The model-based learn- ing approach becomes sloworeven gets stuck using either parametric #28Figure 7#29 or nonparametric #28Fig- ure 8#29 models, as these models, with the given input variables, don apos;t capture the full complexity of the task dynamics. In the parametric case the estimated pa- rameters stop changing #28compare #0B 1 and #0B 2 in trials 3 and4in Table1 #29. In the nonparametric case the new data does not result in a changed planned trajectory for the robot.... In PAGE 6: ... This parameter is suggested by the failure of the trajectory to match the planned trajectory for this variable. We implemented this ap- proach for parametric model-based learning, and the adjusted position target is listed in the last column of Table1 . The adjustments were selected using an initial value of 0:5radians and changed using binary search with an initial step size of 0:2radians.... ..."

### Table 3. Simplified Shift 12 code for positioning sensor (GPS).

### Table 5 illustrates the calculation of the PS for each of the aircraft in the bank defined in Table 1. The position shift of each aircraft is calculated for both FCFS scheduling (Table 3) and priority scheduling (Table 4). Note that a positive PS indicates that an aircraft is scheduled ahead of its preferred position in the bank, and a negative position shift indicates that an aircraft is scheduled behind its preferred position in the bank. For

"... In PAGE 7: ... This will allow us to easily compare the relative effectiveness of the FCFS and priority scheduling methods in producing the preferred order of arrival. The order deviations for each scheduling method using the example in Table5 are calculated below. Because the priority scheduling scheme results in the designated bank arriving in an order which more closely matches the preferred arrival order, the OD for the priority scheduled bank is smaller than that for the FCFS scheduled bank.... In PAGE 7: ... Because the priority scheduling scheme results in the designated bank arriving in an order which more closely matches the preferred arrival order, the OD for the priority scheduled bank is smaller than that for the FCFS scheduled bank. Priority Sequence Resulting Schedule Sequence Number Aircraft ID ETARWY Aircraft ID STARWY 54 DAL428 2972 DAL428 3483 55 AAL1150 (1) 3007 AAL1150 (1) 3507 56 DAL1670 3086 DAL1670 3540 57 EGF006 3089 EGF006 3593 58 DAL834 3146 DAL834 3601 59 DAL2062 3206 DAL2062 3627 60 UAL359 3206 UAL359 3695 61 ASE924 3212 ASE924 3737 62 EGF628 (2) 3300 AAL1934 (3) 3782 63 AAL1934 (3) 3266 EGF628 (2) 3789 64 AAL1428 (4) 3212 AAL1428 (4) 3843 65 AAL1554 (5) 3272 AAL1554 (5) 3895 66 AAL410 3326 DAL431 3952 67 DAL431 3441 AAL410 3953 68 DAL756 3624 DAL756 4005 Table 4 Priority Sequence and resulting schedule Sequence Number in Bank Preferred Order FCFS Schedule Position Shift for FCFS Schedule Priority Schedule Position Shift for Priority Schedule 1 AAL1150 AAL1150 0 AAL1150 0 2 EGF628 AAL1934 -3 AAL1934 -1 3 AAL1934 AAL1428 1 EGF628 1 4 AAL1428 AAL1554 1 AAL1428 0 5 AAL1554 EGF628 1 AAL1554 0 Table5... ..."

### Table VI. Spectral shifts of positions and widths of emission bands with variation in peak positions between 147- and 250-nm excitation is partly

### Table 1 Horizontal phase advance from the IP and the beta function at the detectors without the dynamical effects. Sensitivity for measuring a horizontal position shift is relative values, when we set that of the LER-2 to be 1.0 as a standard.

"... In PAGE 2: ... MEASUREMENT CONDITION Two sets of gated beam-position monitors are installed in each ring. Table1 gives the optical parameters at the monitors without the dynamic effects. One of the monitors, LER-2, is located at an optimum phase advance from the IP with a high horizontal beta function of 73 m and has the highest sensitivity for detecting a horizontal beam-beam kick.... ..."

### Table 4: A a correction rule. The action (not shown) shifts the tag from the wrong to the correct position.

### Table 1: Seidel aberrations are described by power series expansion of the aberration function (n; m). The position of best focus is shifted by (Rf cos o; Rf sin o; Zf).

"... In PAGE 6: ... As can be seen from (7) five terms with a + b + c = 2 exist. In Table1 a summary of the Seidel aberrations including the resulting image shift is described. Although the expansion of (7) is a general representation of the aberration function in that any aberra- tion function (n; m) can be represented, other polynomials are more suited to describe higher-order aberration terms.... ..."

### Table 1 Changes in LSBs and error estimation of positive numbers if two overflows in the block happen, (1) with shift and rounding, (2) with shift and truncation, (3) with the proposed solution.

"... In PAGE 2: ... However for using 2 or more shifts, it will become at most 3*LSB or ) 1 2 ( - N *LSB (N is the number of overflows). Table1 shows numerical values on what happens for various LSBs in example positive numbers if two overflows in the block occur. Our simulation results show that in calculating the sum of 16 random numbers with BFP structure for 4.... ..."

### TABLE 3. Amino acid evolution in rotavirus G4 VP7 in Nicaragua between 2002 and 2005

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### Table 9: Shift lengths for doubles.

"... In PAGE 13: ... The results are shown Table 8. Table9 shows the average lengths of the shifts for algorithms BM, BM2, HOR, QS and TBM. The text has a special structure.... In PAGE 15: ...48 Table 8: Running times for doubles. an actual symbol is the same that the one occurring at each eighth position (see Table 7) which explained that the use of the occurrence shift gives poor results for the algorithms HOR, QS and TBM (see Table9 ). Thus the BM algorithm is always the best one.... ..."