### Table 4. Design Variable Results Design Variable

1997

"... In PAGE 7: ...hrust (Fig. 10) slightly, approximately 0.1 percent, which resulted in a reduction in nozzle weight. The final results for each case and the initial value of the objectives and the design parameters are given in Table 3 and Table4 , respectively. Note that significant changes in the design variables are observed between the single-discipline optimized solution and the MDO with eight variables that vary by more than 5 percent.... ..."

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### Table 3. Design Objective Function Results

1997

"... In PAGE 7: ...hrust (Fig. 10) slightly, approximately 0.1 percent, which resulted in a reduction in nozzle weight. The final results for each case and the initial value of the objectives and the design parameters are given in Table3 and Table 4, respectively. Note that significant changes in the design variables are observed between the single-discipline optimized solution and the MDO with eight variables that vary by more than 5 percent.... ..."

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### Table 4: Optimal Design Parameters

2007

"... In PAGE 18: ...f 0.1 and the A-criterion is applied, see Section 2.3 for details. After 30 iterations, the code NLPQLP stops at the design parameters denoted by q in Table4 .The scaled A-criterion is reduced from 1.... ..."

### TABLE II OPTIMAL DESIGN PARAMETERS

1995

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### Table 6. Validation of Optimal Designs.

### Table 3. Optimization design variables

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### Table 4: Performance of optimal design for design example.

2001

"... In PAGE 26: ... Speci cation/Constraint Value Device length 0:8 m Device width 2 m Area 10000 m2 Common-mode input voltage xed at (VDD + VSS)=2 Output voltage range [0:1(VDD ? VSS); 0:9(VDD ? VSS)] Quiescent power 5mW Open-loop gain 80dB Unity-gain bandwidth Maximize Phase margin 60 Slew rate 10V= s Common-mode rejection ratio 60dB Input-referred spot noise, 1kHz 300nV=pHz Table 2: Speci cations and constraints for design example. The performance achieved by this design, as predicted by the program, is summarized in Table4 . The design achieves an 86MHz unity-gain bandwidth.... ..."

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### Table 3: Optimal design for design example.

2001

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### Table 1: Nomenclature for optimal design and control

"... In PAGE 10: ... As products become increasingly smart, examining the tight coupling between embodiment design and con- trol design becomes a critical step in the design pro- cess. In a formal statement, the optimal design problem (ODP) is defined as (8) and the optimal control problem (OCP) as using the nomenclature given in Table1 . In the prob- lem functions, the quantities to the left of the semico- lon are variables for the particular problem, while those to the right of the semicolon are parameters.... ..."

### Table 6: SID cost optimal designs

2001

"... In PAGE 15: ... Second, we present several cost optimal single failure tolerant SID designs for various dispersal factors. Table6 summarizes these designs. The q = 1... In PAGE 15: ... Since n is small in these cost optimal designs and we must meet the continuity condition, only a few q values need be considered. As an aside, slightly larger q values would give rise to only slightly less costly component con gurations in Table6 . Table 7 contains several feasible variation designs with g gt; 1 groups having costs close to optimal.... ..."

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