### Table 2.1: Summary of surface geometries

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### Table 1. Modeling viewpoint and surface geometry aids object de- tection. Shown are percentage reductions in the missed detection rate while fixing the number of false positives per image.

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"... In PAGE 6: ...nd both. The horizon column shows the median absolute error. For object detection we include the number of false positives per image at the 50% detection rate computed over all images (first number) and the subset of images that contain both cars and people (second number). our framework, we report the percent reduction in false negatives for varying false positive rates in Table1 . When the viewpoint and surface geometry are considered, about 20% of cars and pedestrians missed by the baseline are detected for the same false positive rate! The improvement due to considering the viewpoint is especially amazing, since the viewpoint uses no direct image evidence.... ..."

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### Table 2 Membrane Model Geometries

"... In PAGE 6: ...ith an open glottis width of 17.86 mm. For all other membrane shapes, the vocal fold length is stretched, and the glottis width is reduced to maintain a constant surface area. Table2 lists the length, width, and eccentricities for eight membrane model geometries. Shape one represents the circular membrane.... ..."

### Table 2 Periodic surface representation of mesophase structures Morphology and structure Periodic surface model Surface

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"... In PAGE 5: ... Besides the cubic morphologies, other meso phase structures of spherical micelles, lamellar, rodlike hexagonal phases can also be modeled by periodic surfaces. Table2 lists some of the examples. Notice that some of these structures are in the domain of Euclidean geometry, which shows the generality of the periodic surface model.... ..."

### Table 3.3: Optimized settings for the DEVA surface muon beam line and for the slow muon source transport system in the two{bend geometry for 8 kV accelerating voltage.

### Table 1: Conformal invariants of genus one surfaces.

"... In PAGE 6: ... This shows the algorithm is intrinsic to the geometry and inde- pendent of the surface representation. Table1 shows the conformal invariants of the genus one surfaces illustrated in figure 9. By examining their shape Figure 6: Canonical homology bases.... ..."

### Table 13: VirtualGeometryEngine functions for creating, removing and otherwise interacting with virtual geometry.

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"... In PAGE 15: ... This capability can be used, for example, to combine many very small surfaces into a larger topological surface. Table13 summarizes the functions for creating, removing, and performing other interactions with virtual geometry. Table 13: VirtualGeometryEngine functions for creating, removing and otherwise interacting with virtual geometry.... ..."

### Table 1: Parameters for MSL geometry. marks, referred to as fiducial marks, do not influence the flow over the model surface. The fiducial marks can be seen in run images as dark dots and should not be confused with cavities. Throughout this report, reference will be made to windward and leeward surfaces of the forebody. The region above the nose in the forebody images will be

"... In PAGE 5: ... 4.a and its dimensions (full scale and test model) are shown in Table1 . Next, the blended tab configuration has the same dimensions as the baseline configuration, but a control surface was added at the corner which is inclined 10-deg from the forebody heat shield.... ..."

### Table 1: Depth (cm?1) of intermolecular potential surface (and C|Ar sep- aration ( A)) for T-shaped and linear geometries of CO2|Ar Data Source T-shaped Linear

in The intermolecular potential energy surface of CO_2-Ar and its effect on collisional energy transfer

"... In PAGE 7: ... This de ciency in the treatment of the well region is a consequence of the poor representation of the dispersion energy in current DFT functionals [19]. The depth of the CO2|Ar intermolecular potential surface (and the cor- responding C|Ar separation) for T-shaped and linear geometries is given in Table1 for the ab initio and DFT/PW91 calculations and compared with recent experimental ts [10] and recent ab initio calculations [25]. The po- tential well is 157 cm?1 deep at the potential minimum for the MP2 and MP4 surfaces (corresponding to the T-shaped complex geometry), and 177 cm?1 deep for the DFT/PW91 surface.... In PAGE 15: ...g. see Table1 ) due to the poor handling of the dispersion energy in current functionals [19]. The consensus view is that DFT is of little practical use for the calculation of in- 8good morse, lj, MP2, ADF and Scoles dE.... ..."