### Table 4 A comparison of hit ratios between the nonlinear integration approach and the simple integration approach

### Table 3. Simulation Results of Integrating Two Simple Heuristics

in Simple and Integrated Heuristic Algorithms for Scheduling Tasks with Time and Resource Constraints

1987

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### Table 4. Simulation Results of Integrating Three Simple Heuristics

in Simple and Integrated Heuristic Algorithms for Scheduling Tasks with Time and Resource Constraints

1987

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### Table 4 Statistics for the lengths of genome-encoded protein sequences.

"... In PAGE 4: ... The observed fall-off can be rational- ized in terms of physical arguments [30]. The average length of a genome-encoded protein sequence is 340 amino acids, appreciably larger than that of the average protein domain, ~170 amino acids, and also larger than an average PDB chain, ~205 amino acids (Figure 1 and Table4 ). This average is greatly inflated, however, because of a few extremely long sequences.... ..."

### Table1. The call stack for a simple program. The go() method (line #9) activates the integrate() function (#5), which calls then evaluate() (#0).

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"... In PAGE 6: ... In our experience, Babel does not seem to use effective shortcuts when implementing communication among homogeneous components: we observed that two C++ components need to go through the slower run- time support of abstracted data, which is needed by heterogeneous components, instead of using the native format. In Table1 , we show the call stack for a simple program, completely written in C++ (thus, no heterogeneity is present). The call of evaluate() by integrate() is mediated by several layers of framework support.... ..."

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### Table1. The call stack for a simple program. The go() method (line #9) activates the integrate() function (#5), which calls then evaluate() (#0).

"... In PAGE 6: ... In our experience, Babel does not seem to use effective shortcuts when implementing communication among homogeneous components: we observed that two C++ components need to go through the slower run- time support of abstracted data, which is needed by heterogeneous components, instead of using the native format. In Table1 , we show the call stack for a simple program, completely written in C++ (thus, no heterogeneity is present). The call of evaluate() by integrate() is mediated by several layers of framework support.... ..."

### Table 1: Asymtotic rate for error covariance matrix in integration Representation Estimate Non-transitory Simple transitory General transitory

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"... In PAGE 10: ... For the above expression to hold true, b should be small enough so that the past b frames share the structure xn with the view at time n. Now, we are ready to summarize the asymptotic error rates using Table1 . In Table 1, n is current time Table 1: Asymtotic rate for error covariance matrix in integration Representation Estimate Non-transitory Simple transitory General transitory... In PAGE 11: ... 3.3 The Tightness of the Error Rates The error rates we obtained in Table1 are achievable rates, using the methods explained in the derivation. However, it is necessary to answer the tightness question.... In PAGE 14: ... Therefore, the Cram er-Rao bound of the error rate of the global pose m(l) j;l is still of order O(j) = O(n=k): CRB(m(l) j;l) = O(n=k) (30) Consider each scene element xn that is visible from fjp+l, the last frame of Fl, l = 0; 1; ; k ? 1. Since Cram er-Rao bound is a lower bound and Table1 means that CRB(xn) O(n=k2). To establish CRB(xn) = O(n=k2), all we need to prove is CRB(xn) O(n=k2).... In PAGE 15: ... The derivation for the order of Cram er-Rao bound in nontransitory case is simple and is omitted. In summary, we have established the following result: Theorem 2 The asymptotic error rates in Table1 are not only reachable but also the theoretical lowerest possible speci ed by the Cram er-Rao lower bound. This is true for any distribution as long as the uniformity condition is satis ed.... In PAGE 17: ...1.1, we know that the second method has an asymptotic error rate of 1=b as listed in Table1 . Fig.... In PAGE 22: ... The rst column is for the CC representation and second is for the WC representation. The results indicate that the error increases with the time, an inherent property with transitory image sequences as Table1 shows. It can be seen from the gure that the batch size has more impact in the CC representation than WC.... In PAGE 32: ... The global pose of the camera and global structure of the scene is better estimated by a WC representation. Those properties are consistent with the error rates summarized in Table1 , but our sequence is still not long enough to clearly duplicate the theoretically proved asymptotic rates. The experiment was conducted using a fully automatic algorithm and the accuracy of the result has been veri ed using the ground truth.... ..."

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### Table1. The call stack for a simple program. The go() method (line #9) activates the integrate() function (#5), which calls then evaluate() (#0).

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... Babel creates server- and client-side support: it exports a set of stubs to be used to call the implemented object from a program written in any other supported language. In our experience, Babel does not seem to use effective shortcuts when implementing communication among homogeneous components: we observed that two C++ components need to go through the slower run- time support of abstracted data, which is needed by heterogeneous components, instead of using the native format (see Table1 ). This is a problem common to other IDLs: their run-time support does not provide effective shortcuts to use native data structures, and the language-independent data abstraction needs to be used, with an evident performance overhead.... ..."

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### Table 1. The call stack for a simple program. The go() method (line #9) activates the integrate() function (#5), which calls then evaluate() (#0).

### Table 2. Results of the experiments with four di erent setups (Simple, EDI, Delet- ing, Adaptive) to evolve an approximation formula for the integral equation 2. For the values marked with (*) refer to the text. Exp Setup N vmax kmax Ebest[%] Eav[%]

1996

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table2 . The rst column describes the setup used and the next four columns give the the corresponding parameter settings.... ..."

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