### Table 12. Different length functions against the real cryptosystem

### Table 13. Different length functions against the real cryptosystem

"... In PAGE 12: ... Un- like in Table 5 the performance of the normal form length is not as bad, compared to the others. Again, the reduced 2-atom length seems to get better when L is increased (But see Table13... In PAGE 13: ...7% 67.2% Finally, in Table13 we tested lscriptNF and lscript2R for the parameters s = 8, L = 320 and M up to 64. Again we see a similar performance, slightly lower than in the case s = 3, L = 256.... ..."

### Table 1. Error in modeling real autocorrelation function normalised by Fixed GOP error

2001

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### Table 1: Some samples of results obtained by using preference function and real area cost as the directive metric

"... In PAGE 16: ... real area cost To prove that preference function is a better directive metric than real area cost, we compared results which are synthesized under same conditions except using di erent directive metrics. Some typical examples are shown in Table1 . Statistic results on performance of preference function and real area cost are shown in Table 2.... In PAGE 17: ...687 0.895 Table 2: Average reduction ratio of results obtained by using preference function as the directive metric over results obtained by using real area cost Table1 shows some synthesized results of an El- liptic Filter[24]. The rst and second columns are the algorithms and the directive functions used.... In PAGE 20: ...12% 7.41% Table1 0: Average improvement obtained by FU shar- ing ing multi-function FUs and using mono-function FUs to implement these operations. Using multi-function FUs can reduce the number of FUs required, since the utilization of FUs is increased.... ..."

### Table 5: Real-Valued and Integer-Valued Function Routines Routine Name Function De nition Status

1997

"... In PAGE 13: ... Since a logical data type is not directly supported in C, logical is implemented as a type-de ned integer with FALSE represented by 0 and TRUE represented by 1. Table5 and Table 6 show the names, function de nitions, and status of the double precision interval versions of the real-valued and integer-valued function routines and mathematical function routines, respectively. Corresponding routines will also be developed for single precision intervals.... ..."

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### Table 5: Averaged ranks on each test function. Function Binary Real-Valued (E) Hybrid

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... This way, we artificially discretise and restrict the search space also for the real-valued representation. The results are shown in Table5 . The results with conversion are denoted as real-valued (E).... ..."

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### Table 4: Averaged ranks for each test function. Function Binary Real-Valued Hybrid

2003

"... In PAGE 5: ...e. the average over the six perfor- mance indices (which are the median over 30 runs), is shown in Table4 for each algorithm for each test functions and for each of the three different dimensions (2, 20, 50). The raw ranks can be seen in Table 7 in the appendix.... ..."

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### TABLE 4: LOG REAL PRICE AS A FUNCTION OF INTERNET USAGE Type (1)

2002

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### Table 2: Best{ t parameters of the real{space correlation function from wp(rp).

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...The observed wp(rp) and the best{ t power law for the complete samples are shown in Figure 8, together with likelihood contours on r0 and , while the results of the ts are reported in Table2 . Note how well the power{law model ts the data8.... In PAGE 9: ... (1995) on the APM{Stromlo redshift survey, but is in contrast with Hamilton (1988), who found that the luminosity dependence of r0 was most signi cant at the highest luminosities. Table2 also shows a similar trend for the spiral{only samples. Thus even within morphological classes, a luminosity dependence of clustering does exist (Iovino et al.... In PAGE 11: ...5 subsamples. We use the best- t values of r0 and from Table2 appropriate for each subsample; errors and covariances of ( ) are calculated consistently, as described in x 3.3.... ..."

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