### Table 1. Stability regions of some nonlinearities.

"... In PAGE 2: ...not necessarily its satisfaction. The stability condition (4) has been evaluated for frequently applied nonlinearities and the resulting stability regions are given in Table1 . For those nonlinear functions with two entries in the stability-condition column, the first one is an unconditional stabil- ity condition, whereas the second entry is conditioned on satisfy-... In PAGE 3: ...1. Difficult distributions From Table1 it becomes clear, that if a non-Gaussian distri- bution exists that is neither separable by CVB4D9B5 BP D9 BF nor by CVB4D9B5 BP CPD8CPD2CWB4D9B5, it has to show a positive kurtosis, since CVB4D9B5BPD9 BF covers all negative-kurtosis distributions, but the sta- bility region of CVB4D9B5BPCPD8CPD2CWB4D9B5 does not include all positive- kurtosis distributions. One such peculiar distribution was given by Douglas [5].... ..."

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### Table 1: Effect of D stability region on the compensator

"... In PAGE 20: ...here e varies from 0.5 to 5. The physical meaning for the change of e is that when e is bigger, the allowed region for the roots is smaller, and it is more difficult to find a compensator. Table1 shows the simulation results. It can be seen that when e=1 and e=2 respectively, both the SSP and SSSP converge to the same result.... ..."

### Table 4-1: Stability Regions for the Various Transforms

"... In PAGE 56: ... Typically, the Z-transform bears little resemblance to the Laplace transform, however the delta transform has characteristics similar to the Laplace transformation. The stability regions (where the transfer function poles must lie) for the Laplace, delta, and Z transforms are given in Table4 -1 Stability Regions for the Various Transforms. The stability region of the delta transform is a circular region in the left-half complex plane.... ..."

### Table 2: Summary of stability regions under all bu er priority rules

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... It is proved in [7] that if m2 + m5 lt; 1; in addition to the usual tra c condition, the network is stable under any non-idling dispatch- ing rule. Therefore, for the bu er priority rules in cases 8, 10 and 11 of Table2 , the stability region is given by m1 + m3 + m5 lt; 1; m2 + m4 lt; 1; m2 + m5 lt; 1: It is also proved in [7] that if class 1 receives the highest priority and the usual tra c condition is satis ed, then the network is stable. Dai and Weiss [8] proved that if all stations use the LBFS bu er priority rule, any reentrant line is stable under the usual tra c condition.... In PAGE 6: ... (During the review process, Chen and Zhang [4] indeed proved these conjectures.) A summary of stability regions for the ve-class network under all bu er priority rules is given in Table2 , where fu; vg represents any permutation of f1; 5g and fx; yg represents any permutation of f2; 4g. 3 First-in- rst-out dispatching rule In this section we demonstrate that a network whose stations satisfy the usual tra c condition can be unstable under the FIFO dispatching rule.... ..."

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### Table 1 summarizes the internal representation of these objects. The examples for the stability region and the flow pipe are omitted due to space limitations.

1991

### TABLE I STABILITY REGION OF DIFFERENT TWO-USER SCALAR RANDOM ACCESS PROTOCOLS

### Table 9: Summary of results on flow level stochastic NUM. utility type constraint type t.s.s stability region ref.

2006

"... In PAGE 73: ...Table9 summarizes the existing results on flow level stochastic, where t.s.... ..."

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### Table 2: Stability / Fairness for each of the seven flow regions for SLAC to CERN.

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ... This is at least partially due to the current A amp;R measurements being made with a single parallel stream while those in [15] were made with multiple streams which (see later in the current paper) tend to increase the cpu/throughput ratio. Detailed stability and fairness indices for each of the 7 regions for SLAC to CERN are shown in Table2 In regions 1 and 7 since there is only one flow, the fairness is naturally going to be 1 as the single flow gets all the available bandwidth. Presented at the Third International Workshop on Protocols for Fast Long-Distance Networks, Lyon, France February 3,4 2005... ..."

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### Table 1. Stability Margins of Regional Voting and National Voting for N=10000 Stability Margins of anti-A-noise-contaminated votes which Regional and National voting can accommodate before the decision reverses.

"... In PAGE 8: ....1.1 Robustness of Regional Voting. Table1 is computed from the formula of Corollary 2.... ..."