### TABLE 4: Percent swell at Re = 0.

### TABLE 5: Percent swell at Ca = 1000.

### Table 11: Thickness swell and water absorption for MDF panels

2004

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### Table 1. Equilibrium swelling: Polymer content of gels at test temperatures.

### Table 2.1: Comparative execution times in seconds. We can observe that algorithm 2.3 is the less reliable triangularization method. Even for relatively low values of d and n, algorithm 2.3 returns a result that is generally ex- tremely far from the correct result. Algorithm 2.4 is based on symbolic computation. This approach is known to be subject to intermediate expression swell and turns out to be impractical even for medium-sized problems. For low values of n, algorithm 2.1 is faster than algorithm 2.2. The trend is reversed when n is higher. In the latter case, algorithm 2.1 seems to be more reliable than algorithm 2.2, at the price of an increased computational load.

### Table 1 : Comparative execution times in seconds. Some comments are in order. As expected, Algorithm D is the less reliable triangularization method. Even for relatively low values of d and n, Algorithm D returns a result that is generally extremely far from the correct result. Algorithm E is based on symbolic computation. This approach is known to be subject to intermediate expression swell and turns out to be impractical even for medium-sized problems [19, Chapter 3]. Algorithm B behaves badly for relatively high values of d and n. This is due to an ill-conditioning of the interpolated matrix, in turn due to the choice of interpolation points. For a discussion on that matter, see Section 3.3. For low values of n, Algorithm A is faster than Algorithm C. The tendency is reversed when n is higher. In the latter case, Algorithm A seems to be more reliable than Algorithm C, to the expense of computational load.

1999

"... In PAGE 24: ... This is aimed at testing unimodularity of U(s) without computing det U(s), a numerically di cult task for high values of n and d. Average execution times in seconds are reported in Table1 . A star (?) means that the triangularization failed because the above criteria were not veri ed.... ..."

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### Table 8 Swelling rate of chain extended PS-PEG poly(ester-ether-carbonate)s

"... In PAGE 47: ...approximately 0.05 g) were immersed in 100 mL H2O (pH 7.00). The swelling rate of the material was calculated from the weight of the material before and after absorption of water at room temperature: Swelling rate (%) = Ws / Wd where Wd and Ws are the weights of samples before exposure to water and in the swollen states, respectively. The swelling behavior of the different samples is shown in Table8 . Chain extended PEG 2000 is dissolved within 5 minutes.... ..."

### Table 3.1 Data base used by Hollowell [10] to derive an unrestrained swelling model

1995

### Table 2 Presentation

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