### Table 3b models a different situation, which might occur following the initial stage of coarse exploration -- if more precise information is required than can be extracted by an EP that is merely sufficient for that property, the optimal EP would be required. To model this we used a second set of weights in which only optimal EP-property weights in the matrix were included. Note the very different activation levels - here we see that clamping a particular property results in the optimal EP being selected.

1994

"... In PAGE 7: ... Thus, this pair of EPs could be selected and executed within the same loop. Table3 . Activation level of each EP after constraint satisfaction when each property has been activated externally.... In PAGE 7: ... This is equivalent to examining a single generic object. Table3 a shows the activation level of each EP (as well as the time to relax and goodness level at the point of relaxation) after constraint satisfaction. Each property was clamped to represent an externally set property goal.... ..."

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### Table 3: Active TCP Connections

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ... One reason for the di erence in CPU demands of the two workloads can be seen by examining the number of active TCP connections in each case. Table3 shows the mean and standard deviation of the number of connections open on the server measured at 100ms intervals. This table shows that a large number of connections are typically open when running the Surge workload; in contrast, the number of open connections for the SPECweb96 workload is typically very small.... ..."

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### Table 4: Active TCP Connections

1998

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### Table 4: Active TCP Connections

1998

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### Table 4: Active TCP Connections

1998

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### Table 4: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Mixed-Day Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table 2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table 3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention Activity Dur.... ..."

### Table 2: Network Activity List with CPM Calculations Activity Dur. Successors ES LS EF LF TF FF

### Table 2: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on End-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table 3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table 4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention Activity Dur.... ..."

### Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 1 gives the AON diagram for this sim- ple 15-activity example. Table 2 gives the activity list, including mobilization and turnover activities and the re- sults of the CPM calculation using the end-of-day conven- tion, Table3 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the start-of-day convention, and Table 4 gives the results of the CPM calculation using the mixed-day convention. Table 3: Schedule Activity List with CPM Calculations based on Start-of-Day Version of Non-Mixed Convention ... ..."