### TABLE I. Representations and color operators for QCD elastic scattering. The indices of the projection operators Pk in the last column represent the dimensionalities of the irreducible color representations in the s-channel. Results for the 8 8 decomposition are taken from Ref. [13]. process product representation and decomposition

### Table 6: Scatter Search. Alternative combination

"... In PAGE 14: ...nto the compact representation described in section 3.1. As with the method for combining solutions explained above, the local phase is applied to the new solution and, if appropriated, RefSet is updated. The results obtained with the Scatter Search algorithm, using the static strategy and this new combination method, on the same sets of instances are shown in Table6 . Since this alternative produced worst results both in terms of quality and computing time, it was not further explored.... ..."

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### Table 2. Scattering strengths

"... In PAGE 4: ...(1994).Theplatinumprobe temperatures Tp are also given in Table2 . The temperatures used in evaluating the observed signal are based on Tp.... ..."

### Table 1: The position and gain of the scatterers

"... In PAGE 6: ... The x0 ? axis of this coordinate system is oriented in the radial direction seen from the base station, as illustrated in Figure 1. The positions of the scatterers are oriented with respect to the (x0; y0) coordinate system and their positions are listed in Table1 of the Appendix. The position of the scatterers relative to the mobile are also illustrated in Figure 4 below.... In PAGE 7: ... The re ection gain h2 n are used to distribute the energy among the scatterers. This parameter is listed in Table1 for each re ection. The re ection gains are normalized such that N X n=1 h2 n = 1: (16) Thus we have... In PAGE 9: ... This means that the origin of the second coordinate systems is at the same distance from the base as the rst but with a 45 degree o set counter-clock-wise, as illustrated in Figure 5. The positions of scatterers are distributed according to Table1 of the Appendix, in both coordinate systems, yielding at total of N = 240 scatterers in the framework of Section 2. As in the TU case, the two coordinate systems and the scatterers are moved when the mobile has moved ve meters and starts a new ve meter section.... In PAGE 9: ... As in the TU case, the two coordinate systems and the scatterers are moved when the mobile has moved ve meters and starts a new ve meter section. The scatterers are also given a random displacement in a two by two meter area from their nominal position listed in Table1 , as in the TU case. This displacement is re-randomized for each ve meter journey, and is independent for all N = 240 scatterers.... ..."

### Table 17. Selected Scattering Functions

"... In PAGE 22: ... In order to improve some of the scattering functions used, they were fitted with double Henyey-Greenstein functions (Goody and Yung 1989): with three parameters. Many of the values used in the model ( Table17 ) come from Johnson and Liu (1998) (and personal communication). The curves for 0 + 0 come from Johnson et al.... In PAGE 47: ... Table17 -Cont inued Henyey-Greenstein parameters Single Double 9 a 91 92 +0+2o+c O* 60 eV 200 eV 600 eV 0 60 eV 200 eV 600 eV C 60 eV 200 eV 600 eV -0.48 0.... ..."

### Table 8 Scatter Plot Matrix

2002

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### Table 1 Advantages/Disadvantages of Light Scattering

1998

"... In PAGE 1: ... 12 Optical Attenuation. 14 Polarization Factor 14 Calibration Standard 14 Sample Preparation 14 DATA TREATMENT 16 Static Scattering 16 Dynamic Scattering 18 EXAMPLES 21 Static Scattering and Size Exclusion Chromatography 21 Intermolecular Association 23 Scattering from Charged Species 24 REFERENCES 26 APPENDIX 29 Table1 . Advantages/Disadvantages of Light Scattering 30 Table 2 Light Scattering Average Mean-Square Radius of Gyration and Hydrodynamic Radius... In PAGE 3: ... In view of its purpose, this discussion is limited for the most part to the characterization methods that can be done with commercially available instrumentation, including equipment designed for stand alone scattering studies and instrumentation for use as a detector for a chromatographic analysis. It is well at the outset to recognize the advantages and limitations of the light scattering method, the principal of which are summarized in Table1 . These will be mentioned below where appropriate.... ..."

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### Table 4 Scatter search compared to MEH

"... In PAGE 14: ... Five repeats of both the scatter search and MEH were executed. The best and average solutions and average computation times are shown in Table4 . The scatter search with RefSet=5 and using the hill climbing improver was also tested for comparative purposes.... ..."

### Table 3. Viscoacoustic model for scattering test.

"... In PAGE 6: ... Even if the propagation effects are dominant in practice, it is interesting to see how frequency-dependent scattering may affect acoustic inversion, and in which respect the distortion coming from scattering can be corrected by viscoacoustic inversion. To reduce the propagation effects in this test, we chose a nearlyacousticbackground( Table3 ).Inthesourcebandwidth, the Q factor was around 500 and the phase velocity ranged from 2093 to 2097 m/s.... ..."

### Table 1. Combinations of the Properties Tangling, Scattering and Crosscutting

2005

"... In PAGE 3: ... Now we discuss a case analysis of possible combinations. Assuming that the properties tan- gling, scattering, and crosscutting may be true or false, there are 8 combinations (see Table1 ). However, crosscutting requires tangling and scattering, which eliminates 3 of these combinations (not feasible).... In PAGE 4: ... A crosscutting matrix shows relations between elements at one level with respect to a mapping onto elements at some other level (inter-level dependencies). We now give an example of case 5 presented in Table1 . We use the dependency matrix and the crosscutting matrix to visualize the definitions and examples.... ..."

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