### Table 2: Key parameters.

1994

"... In PAGE 4: ... moved by the center of mass).4 The key parameters used for the various algorithms are summarized in Table2 . The crossover and mutation rates indicate the probabilities with which a component of the genome will be subject to crossoveror mutation each time a child is generated [10, 9].... ..."

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### Table 2: Key parameters.

"... In PAGE 4: ... moved by the center of mass).4 The key parameters used for the various algorithms are summarized in Table2 . The crossover and mutation rates indicate the probabilities with which a component of the genome will be subject to crossover or mutation each time a child is generated [10, 9].... ..."

### Table 1: Key parameters

"... In PAGE 1: ...lent to d.math videos and upload capacity of u.math video streams split among c.math connections at most (see Table1 for a complete list of the parameters used). A trivial upper bound on the catalog size is d.... ..."

### Table 1 Key parameters

2007

"... In PAGE 4: ... However, since it is possible to compute an optimal threshold window [30,31], we may relax this initial supposition for the client bu er being half of the object size and set it to the optimal threshold window. Lastly, Table1 summarizes some notation used in the rest of this work. The Patching technique operates as follows [2].... In PAGE 16: ... We emphasize that to consider T as a constant and the same for all objects stored in the server does not mean that the objects must have a same length D, as we explain in the following. We know that T = D=d (see Table1 for reference). Since we propose an analytical model and have a steady-state analysis, the value of D does not a ect the real distribution.... ..."

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