### Table 3. Results on Inverse Problem

1983

"... In PAGE 7: ... [8]) in the range [-10, 10] have been also added onto the instructions set. In Table3 , the performances on the inverse problem with different combinations of predictors are presented. As previously, for similar reasons, we see that the classical Top of stack and WTA methods works badly.... ..."

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### Table 1: Results for the inverse problem

### Table 1. Direct and inverse problems of biometric technology.

"... In PAGE 6: ... 2. Analysis-by-synthesis approach in facial image In Table1 , the basic terminology of synthetic biometrics is given. In particular, the term \face reconstruction quot; indicates a class of problems aimed at synthesizing a model of a static face.... ..."

### Table 1. Direct and inverse problems of biometric technology.

"... In PAGE 1: ... Such a model could include muscular dynamics to model facial expressions. In Table1 , the basic terminology of synthetic biomet- rics is given. In particular, the term face reconstruction indicates a class of problems aimed at synthesizing a model of a static face.... ..."

### Table 2. Comparison of feasibility sets for three inverse problems. Inverse problem fqig fnig fdig Description of feasible set

### Table 1: Optimal parameters obtained from inverse problems.

1998

"... In PAGE 19: ...60%. The parameters we obtained in each of the above inverse problems are shown in Table1 . Notice that the parameters obtained for the CB-h sample with Type I data are very similar to those found using Type II data, which suggests that these may indeed be \material quot; parameters.... ..."

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### Table 1: Optimal parameters obtained from inverse problems.

1998

"... In PAGE 16: ...66#25. The parameters we obtained in each of the aboveinverse problems are shown in Table1 . Notice... ..."

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### Table 2: Fitness parameters for the inverse problem, using GA-Lib

### Table 1: Some parameters summarizing the problem complexity and the system performances for this kine- matics inversion problem.

2000

"... In PAGE 7: ... Rotation axes are perpendicular to the common normal of the two faces. Table1 summarizes the problem complexity and the system performances for this problem using a Pow- erPC G3/400 machine, while Table 2 gives the state of the cycle we wish to close (the required Face-On-Face relationship) after the resolution of the problem. 5.... ..."

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### Table 2. Four solutions to the inverse kinematic problem for parallel manipulator (Two solutions to the inverse kinematic problem for serial manipulator are shaded in gray)

2004