### Table 3: Average skinning time (in seconds) taken over a series of 1000 skeleton poses. The LUT methods use a lookup table for rotation centers.

### Table 4.1: The estimated object center and rotation angle results for Algorithm-I

### Table 4.2: The estimated object center and rotation angle results according to our

### Table 4: Center coordinates xcent, ycent, and rotations for the eight ellipses composite depicted in Figure 7.

in On the Numerical Evaluation of Elastostatic Fields in Locally Isotropic Two-Dimensional Composites

"... In PAGE 15: ...The eight centers zcent and rotations are given in Table4 . The e ective elastic moduli are presented in Table 5 as a simple, but nontrivial, benchmark for those interested in testing codes.... ..."

### Table 2: Parameter values for Caltech ducted fan ( - Ji values at center of mass about i rotation axis)

"... In PAGE 7: ...2.1 Tabulated Results The parameter values for the ducted fan and stand (boom and counter weight) are given in Table2 . All mass moment of inertia values are computed about the corresponding center of mass of each object.... ..."

### Table 2 Comparison of the angle values. Real rotation angles Computed rotation angle Error at the surface center x = ?12:00o x = ?11:77o

"... In PAGE 12: ...ig. 6. Flattened pictures (a) With real rotation angles, (b) With the rotation angles found with our method. The Table2 presents a comparison between the real rotation angles and the rotation angles found by our method. The size of the surface is 300 mm, and the error of localization at the surface center (projection of the image center) is described in the Table 2: Table 2 Comparison of the angle values.... ..."

### Table 3: Calibration results - not using pure rotation. D is the distance of the axis of rotation from the center of projection. The feature patterns were located at a depths from 50cm to 75cm. Note that the RMS error, not just the error in estimated focal length increases with D. D

### Table 1. Talairach Coordinates for the Center of Areas Showing a Main Effect of Magnitude of Rotation for Both MR and OR Judgments, All Axes Combined

"... In PAGE 5: ...05 H9251 level, the only regions showing a com- in MR and OR. mon pattern for both tasks actually exhibited decreased activity with larger viewpoints (see Table1 ). At an even Differences between Mental Rotation and Object Recognition Independent of Viewpoint Effect less stringent H9251 level of 0.... In PAGE 8: ... How and OR. Part of the left IPL ( Table1 and see above) and could this be so? Consider that many models of object a regionof the rightfusiform gyrus located inwhat would recognition assume that multiple views are encoded for be the object-selective area dubbed LO in studies of eachobject(TarrandPinker,1989;PoggioandEdelman, object processing (e.g.... ..."

### Table 7: Spatiotemporal symmetry of bifurcating solutions in nonHopf bifurcation from a modulated traveling wave with ? = SE(2), = D 1 Z, = D 1. The entries for bif are given only up to conjugacy. All bifurcations are period preserving pitchforks of modulated traveling waves unless stated otherwise. Notation: MRW = modulated rotating wave In the case V?, L = 1, the approximate re ection axis of the bifurcating modulated rotating wave undergoes slow rigid rotation about a center of rotation far from the axis of re ection. In particular, the center of rotation `comes in from in nity apos; in a manner similar to certain transitions studied in [5]. In the limit, as ! 0, we have nite translation drift parallel to the axis of re ection. In the case V?, L = ?1, the approximate re ection axis of the bifurcating modulated traveling wave slowly rotates with zero mean speed. This is in contrast to the case V?, L = ?1 in Example 3.10, where the approximate re ection axis propagates slowly in normal directions.

1998

Cited by 6

### Table 3.2: New results for the larger configurations Problem # Spacecraft Iterations Time (sec) Crossing at Center (3.4.7) 8 3 29 Rotation of Star (3.4.8) 8 3 9 Diagonal to Star (3.4.9)

2005