### Table 2. The heap miss rate and miss penalty for the bench- marks.

"... In PAGE 5: ... However, the amount of variation is not significant Thus, we elect to present our results in the remainder of this section with a user-specified idleness threshold value of 100 sec- onds. Table2 gives the heap miss rate mheap for each of the applications, which is defined as the number of accesses to objects that have been removed from the heap to the total number of object accesses. The table also gives the miss... ..."

### Table 3: Final penalty.

"... In PAGE 19: ... Finally, it is worth noting that the total solution time was far below the costs of solving these problems by earlier methods, especially for large problems. In Table3 the nal values of the penalty coe cient 1= are shown. We see that our rules for updating the penalty successfully adapt it to the shape of the function considered.... ..."

### Table 11 Recommended combined contractor pay factors (Percentage of future rehabilitation cost in current-year dollars Contractor pay factor for relative compaction (%) Contractor

"... In PAGE 31: ... Each investigation employed either 100,000 simulations (air voids/relative compaction and asphalt-concrete thickness) or 200,000 simulations (asphalt content). Rational pay factors calculated from these analyses were then combined to produce the combined pay factors shown in Table11 . These were determined from the following: 1 - ) pf + )(1 pf + )(1 pf + (1 = CPF t ac av where pfav, pfac, pft = pay factors for air-voids content, asphalt content, and asphalt concrete thickness, respectively.... In PAGE 31: ... These were determined from the following: 1 - ) pf + )(1 pf + )(1 pf + (1 = CPF t ac av where pfav, pfac, pft = pay factors for air-voids content, asphalt content, and asphalt concrete thickness, respectively. As seen in Table11 , 5 percent increments in each of the variables have been utilized. Recommendations have been made to Caltrans about the use of pay factors or some variation... ..."

### TABLE III THE CAPACITY PENALTIES OF THE NETWORK AND HOLDING TIME CONSTANT OF THE RECEIVER FOR UNCODED AND ENCODED SIGNALS signal coding penalty capacity penalty total holding time

1997

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### Table 4. Results of tests for use of penalties

1993

"... In PAGE 48: ... The only di erence between the runs depends on use of penalties in the second run (DOPEN= 1). The results of this comparison are presented in Table4 . Use of penalties, usually, decreases remarkably the total number of examined nodes.... ..."

### Table 1: Total Variational Error of Prediction

2003

"... In PAGE 12: ... The threshold for sequence length was set to 75. Table1 lists the 10 users for which the (absolute) decrease in the total variational error for link prediction is the highest. Over the entire population of users considered the average value of the improvement was... ..."

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### Table 3 shows the percentage variation in total power

"... In PAGE 4: ...74#25, which is negligible when compared to the speedup obtained. Table3 . Percentage variation in Totalpower vs per- centage variation in Hazardpower DelayVariations 10#25 20#25 40#25 Ckt P tot P hz P tot P hz P tot P hz cm42a 2.... ..."

### Table 3 Examples of penalties and delay times

"... In PAGE 4: ... An amenity can be calculated from penalties if the route violates constraints shown in Table 2. Table3 shows examples of penalties and delay times. The total penalty of the route R k is defined by the following expression, where Sum(X) and Ave(X) are the sum and the average of the penalty X along the route, respectively.... In PAGE 10: ...ig. 6. Effectiveness of infection in a static environment. Figure 6 shows experimental results which are averages of 5 trials. The left figure shows the travel time between the origin and the destination, and the right figure shows the average penalty per link for the constraint violations shown in Table3 . The x-axes of both figures indicate the computational time when using a 550 MHz Pentium III PC.... In PAGE 11: ... The size of population Np = 15, the upper bound of generations M = 100, and parameters of the fitness function (a, b, c)=(0, 1, 1) in the GA. The cost function of the DA is travel time, which does not include the delay time shown in Table3 because considering the number of turns is difficult for the DA (this will involve the expansion of search space). The search area of the DA was limited to the region within the rectangle whose diagonal links the origin and the destination.... ..."

### Table 1. The eigenvalues and the percentage of total variation

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ...Theresultsshowthattherewasnodifferencein eigenvaluesforthetwodifferentwaysincombiningthefeature vectors. Table1 shows the eigenvalues and the percentage of total variance. The eigenvalues are arranged in descending order, i.... ..."

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