### Table 1: Simulation performance of hovsa including both determination of Volterra transfer functions and output response calculation of network example 1. The RAM usage is indicated in RAM pages of 1,048,576 bytes (1 MB) and represents the total size of the running program.

### Table 2: Simulation performance of hovsa including both determination of Volterra transfer functions and output response calculation of network example 2. The RAM usage is indicated in RAM pages of 1,048,576 bytes (1 MB) and represents the total size of the running program.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The power series coefficients are based on measured dc characteristics and wide-band S-parameters. The simulation results are shown in Table2 . The results from the 9th order simulations with the hovsa program are in good agreement with measured results as described in reference [13].... ..."

### Table 2: Filter tap inputs and corresponding tap weights of the second-order Volterra non- linear system to be identi ed, with the input vector x = [x1; x2; x3; x4; x5]T .

"... In PAGE 19: ... For an N-long observation vector x, the outputs of these systems are given by d = HT z and y = hT z, where the modi ed observation vector z = [zT 1 jzT 2 ]T is given by (42). Table2 shows the parameters (weights) Hi of the system to be identi ed, along with the corresponding tap inputs for an observation vector x = [x1; x2; x3; x4; x5]T . The linear and quadratic parts of the system together constitute a parameter vector H of length M = 20.... In PAGE 20: ... 5 shows the trajectories of some of the lter weights, averaged over all the 100 independent trials, for both the algorithms. In all cases, the algorithms converged to values that were very close to the weights of the unknown system given in Table2 . As the gure shows, the lter weights converge in about 400-500 iterations using the LMS-type algorithm, while the convergence is much faster (in about 50-60 iterations) with the normalized LMS-... ..."

### TABLE I. OPERATIONAL EQUATIONS*

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### Table 2. Machine cycles for different algorithms cycles

"... In PAGE 4: ... The DSP filter benchmarks used in these experiments include a differential equation solver, a 2-stage IIR filter, an elliptic filter, an all-pole lattice filter, a 5th order elliptic filter and a volterra filter. Table2 summarizes the number of schedule cycles of non- parallel JVM and the parallel algorithms. These schedules are computed under the condition that loads and stores cost a87 machine cycles each and other operations cost a0 machine cycle.... ..."

### Table 4: Bounds, approximations and exact value for P (X gt; x) for MMPP/D/1 queue; (a) = 0:95, (b) = 0:75, (c) = 0:4.

"... In PAGE 17: ...). For deterministic service times (see Table4 ) we notice that both approximations are close, and fairly good when compared to the exact value of P (X gt; x) (exact results for P (X gt; x) are di cult to get for non-deterministic service times; for deterministic service times, P (X gt; x) was computed with the help of Maple from the Volterra equation for the waiting time vector given in [27, p. 160]).... ..."

### Table 4: Bounds, approximations and exact value for P (X gt; x) for MMPP/D/1 queue; (a) = 0:95, (b) = 0:75, (c) = 0:4.

"... In PAGE 25: ...). For deterministic service times (see Table4 ) we notice that both approximations are close, and fairly good when compared to the exact value of P (X gt; x) (exact results for P (X gt; x) are di cult to get for non-deterministic service times; for deterministic service times, P (X gt; x) was computed with the help of Maple from the Volterra equation for the waiting time vector given in [27, p.... ..."

### Table 1. Probability Density functions .

"... In PAGE 96: ...one dimension less and rk = akn; bij = aij ? anj However, the probability distributions are not the same for the elements of A in the replicator equation and for the o -diagonal elements of B in the Lotka-Volterra model. Table1 lists the density functions used in this contribution. The probability for the quadratic form xAx and detA to have a certain sign is clearly 1=2.... ..."

### Table 22: Price Equations

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 21: Quantity Equations .......................................... 59 Table22 : Price Equations .... In PAGE 69: ...The price equations are shown in Table22 . In equations 4 and 5, world prices are converted into domestic currency, including any tax or tariff components.... ..."

### Table 14: Price Equations

"... In PAGE 37: ...The price equations are shown in Table14 . In equations 4 and 5, world prices are converted into domestic currency, including any tax or tariff components.... ..."