### Table 3: Inversion Method Parameters. Method Parameters

"... In PAGE 13: ... In all cases, we first take out the atom at zero, as in (14), before inverting. Table3 summarizes the parameters used for each method. We choose the parameters to (a) follow suggested values given in the references, where available, and (b) yield similar run-times across the methods.... ..."

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### Table 1 a Significance points for LMZ

"... In PAGE 3: ...g., Urzua, 1996), Table1 presents evidence that this is not our case. As can be appreciated there, the... In PAGE 4: ...16. Thus, using Table1 , we cannot reject the hypothesis that a 5 1 at a significance level of 10%. We now enlarge the sample to consider, as it is typically done in urban studies, all the US metropolitan areas with a population of at least 100,000 inhabitants (the smaller areas are listed in Appendix II of the same source).... ..."

### Table 3.2: Comparison of Various Inversion Methods for GF(2163)

2003

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### Table 3.2: Comparison of Various Inversion Methods for GF(2163)

### TABLE I APPROXIMATE INVERSES AND OVERALL TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR EACH APPROXIMATE INVERSE METHOD.

### TABLE II APPROXIMATE INVERSES AND OVERALL TRANSFER FUNCTIONS FOR THE FIRST-ORDER EXAMPLE FOR EACH APPROXIMATE INVERSE METHOD.

### Table 7. Inversion of Table 6: Method 1

1996

"... In PAGE 19: ... (1) The inversion given by Table 10 is a variant of the one given by Table 9 (Method 2). It is however quite di erent from the one shown as Table7 (Method 1). In that one, the length of the value header was equal to size (T ).... ..."

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### Table 2 Results of the inverse Aitken and inverse Neville methods over 100 independent experiments. AITKEN

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ... The instances of the test problems are reported in Table 1. The results over 100 independent experiments for these problems are reported in Table2 . This table reports the number of verifications (# Verifications), the number of points used (# Points Used), and the degree of the resulting polynomials (Pol.... In PAGE 5: ... Another attractive finding is the high frequency with which, low degree polynomials appear in the conducted experiments for each instance of the problem. This conclusion is derived by the low median values of the degree of the obtained polynomial reported in Table2 , in contrast to the corresponding maximum values that are rarely observed. The frequency of appearance of different degrees of polynomials over all tested problems for both methods is depicted in Figure 1.... ..."