### Table 1. Approaches of ex

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### Table 1. Approaches of ex

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### Table 1. Approaches of ex

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### Table 3. Number of ex-

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### Table 10. Ex

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### Table 6: Ex Number of

"... In PAGE 7: ... From the results of the simulation, 19 trucks were used for 30 days. The expected value of the number of trucks needed to transport products from the factory to each distribution center is shown in Table6 , which can be compared to the resultant number of them obtained by performing simula- tion. The system described in this section was found to re- flect the real situation.... ..."

### Table 1. Ex. 1:

"... In PAGE 9: ....e., each flow remains continually backlogged all the time. The throughput result for each flow is shown in Table1 . As expected, the algorithm achieves both long-term and short- term fairness and throughput guarantees.... ..."

### Table 1. For Ex. 1

"... In PAGE 6: ...ote that all the solutions of our examples have the superconvergence results proved in [5], i.e., satisfying (4) with s = 2. In Tables 1 and 6, for example, the second row of Table1 means J + 1 = 3 level multigrid with hJ = 1 8, m; S1(1) means m = min (BJAJ) by S1(1) smoothers, and M; S1(1) means M = max (BJAJ) by S1(1) smoothers. From Table 1, we can see that even when I ? BJAJ fails to be a reducer, BJ may still be a good preconditioner.... In PAGE 6: ... In Tables 1 and 6, for example, the second row of Table 1 means J + 1 = 3 level multigrid with hJ = 1 8, m; S1(1) means m = min (BJAJ) by S1(1) smoothers, and M; S1(1) means M = max (BJAJ) by S1(1) smoothers. From Table1 , we can see that even when I ? BJAJ fails to be a reducer, BJ may still be a good preconditioner. In Tables 5{7, it is interesting to see the relations of the number of V -cycles (#V ), average contraction numbers (avc) and the time spent on the machine (cpu in seconds) when solving a xed problem on a xed grid by using di erent multilevels.... ..."