### Table 1: Factors of less readability and their revision methods

### Table 2. Assumption examples for the Select, Propose, Check amp; Revise method.

"... In PAGE 4: ... The question is whether such assumptions can be safely made in the context of an application task. Table 1 and Table2 give some assumption examples for respectively methods for diagnosis and for the SPCR-method (select-propose-check-revise). 2.... ..."

### TABLE 1: Assumption examples for the Select, Propose, Check amp; Revise method.

1996

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### TABLE 1: Assumption examples for the Select, Propose, Check amp; Revise method.

1996

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### Table 1: Comparison of Revised and Standard Forms of the Simplex Method

"... In PAGE 4: ... In this approach Step 3, quot;pivot, quot; corresponds to the updating of the LU decomposition, and its periodic (usually at most every 100 iterations) reinitialization or refactorization. Table1 summarizes the qualitative differences between the standard and revised simplex method. ... ..."

### Table 1: Comparison of Revised and Standard Forms of the Simplex Method

"... In PAGE 5: ... Thus for high aspect ratios, the standard method takes more work. Table1 summarizes the... ..."

### Table 4 Detailed Breakdown of Revision Statistics Method MEAN SD RMS MIN MAX AR

"... In PAGE 14: ...Table4 show that the total revision is both more biased and more variable for the Kuttner model than for the Watson model. Comparison of the standard deviation of the Quasi- Final/Quasi-Real revisions for the two models indicates that the error introduced by the estimation of the additional parameters required for the Kuttner model is substantial.... ..."

### Table 5: Calculation of revised distribution using the score function method .

### Table 4: Dense revised method total run times in seconds. The last pair of columns give the ratio of the revised simplex time per iteration to the tableau method time per iteration, without steepest-edge, on a CM{2 with the same number of processors.

"... In PAGE 20: ... Thus, for large problems with n m, it is possible for the revised method to run slightly faster than the tableau method, despite its greater communication overhead. Table4 gives total run times for the dense revised simplex code, and the ratio of the revised simplex time per iteration to non-steepest-edge tableau time per iteration. The two implementations generally execute very similar number of pivots, but there are occasional di erences due to slightly di erent handling of slack columns.... ..."

### Table 6.9: Revised estimates made with the use casepoints method, second attempt

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