### Table 1: for various hardening laws and their limit case

2004

"... In PAGE 3: ... We computed the solutions of the generalized eigenvalue problem for di erent kinds of hardening laws (isotropic hardening, perfect plasticity, kinematic hardening, and the two-yield kinematic hardening case [5]) using symbolic computation codes. Table1 shows the spectral equivalence of the elasto-plastic and elastic matrices for all hardening laws. Surprisingly, the spectral equivalence even holds in the perfect plasticity case (which corresponds to the isotropic hardening case with H = 0).... ..."

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### Table 1: Optimized GA controllers at various rate-limit levels.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Above 25 degrees per second, the difference between the rate-limited vehicle and the linear vehicle model was too small to notice. Table1 summarizes the numerical results. Table 1: Optimized GA controllers at various rate-limit levels.... In PAGE 8: ... Using this vehicle testbed, the GA-designed controller was tested to verify the performance obtained in simulation. The specific gains represented by the first row of Table1 were chosen because they represent the largest difference... ..."

### Table 1: Proofs Within Various Time Limits Seconds Proofs

"... In PAGE 1: ...epth of terms). (The strategy is incomplete, so \sos empty quot; does not indicate satis ability.) Proofs were found in 1224 (46%) of the runs, 1327 were stopped by the time limit, 13 ran out of memory, 85 stopped because the sos list was empty, and 3 stopped because a clause with a very deep term was generated. Table1 gives the number of proofs that were found within several other time limits. Table 1: Proofs Within Various Time Limits Seconds Proofs... ..."

### Table 5. Comparison of contaminant concentrations with various regulatory limits

"... In PAGE 21: ...4.7 Comparison of Bounding Limits with Regulatory Criteria The bounding concentrations estimated for transuranics and technetium dispersed in DUF6 and residing in the feed heels in some DUF6 cylinders are summarized in Table5 . Values are also compared with some of the regulatory limits previously discussed.... ..."

### Table 2. Fraction of characters counted as matching in longer randomly generated DNA and dinucleotide sequences, after composition alignment without gaps, for various limit values.

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Here, insertions and deletions are not allowed, all matches are weighted 1 and all mismatches weighted zero. Results for DNA sequences of length 100 and dinucleotide sequences of length 400 are shown in Table2 . As can be seen in the table, the fraction matching in DNA sequences is nearly 45% with limit = 5 and reaches 50% when limit = 9.... ..."

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### TABLE II PERFORMANCE OF BOUNDED MODEL CHECKING FOR VARIOUS SWEEPING LIMITS FOR THE MARKED PROPERTY OF FIG. 25.

2002

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### Table 3: Benefits, Limitations, Evidence of Effectiveness and Costs of Various Educational Technologies

### Table 4.2 CPU time in seconds for the central computation of the two-dimensional Euler system, with Ns cells in each spatial dimension and Nt temporal iterations, using various limiters.

1998

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### Table 1: Performance of BDD sweeping and SAT search for various BDD size limits.

2000

"... In PAGE 4: ... After sweeping, the SAT solver was invoked on the compressed Miter structure and run until equivalence was proven. Table1 gives the results for dif- ferent limits on the BDD size. As shown, there is a clear tradeoff between the effort spent in BDD sweeping and SAT search.... ..."

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### Table 8.3: Limitations on various indexes, assuming a RAM of 4 Gbytes.

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