### Table 1 Comparison resutls among methods

"... In PAGE 4: ... [4] We compare the retrieval times for both sequential and parallel searches using one feature, with a multi-feature search using both a regular weighted algorithm and a weighted cascade. The quantitative results are shown in Table1 . Retrieval time and speed up are shown in Figure 5.... ..."

### Table 1: Regularization parameter estimation for cameraman Criterion Regularization MSE

1992

"... In PAGE 16: ... For comparison purposes, the MMSE restoration is shown in Figure 1(d). Table1 summarizes the results. The value of , the MSE, and the resulting image are all quite close to the MMSE choices.... In PAGE 18: ... The restoration obtained for space- variant regularization is shown in Figure 2(b), while the MMSE restoration for the space-variant case is in Figure 2(c). Table1 shows the numerical results for both cases. Each of these cross-validation measures performs well as a regularization param- eter estimator.... ..."

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### Table 2. Regular power substation distribution tasks Regular Power Distribution

"... In PAGE 5: ... In a distribution substation power is quot;stepped down quot; from the high voltages used for transmission to the lower voltages needed for customer distribution. Table2 lists the regular 4 SCADA includes all IED and other programmable devices. usage tasks for the delivery of power to customers.... ..."

### Table 2: Results (regular maps).

1998

"... In PAGE 34: ... To measure the average performance loss, we empirically compared shortest paths found in a metric map with those generated using the corresponding topological approach, for each of the three maps shown in Figures 9, 14, 15, and 16. The results are summarized in Table2 . For example, for the map shown in Figures 9 and 14d, we conducted a total of 23,881,062 experiments, each using a different starting and goal position that were generated systematically with an evenly-spaced grid.... In PAGE 34: ... The empirical loss for the maps shown in Figure 15 and 16 is even smaller, partially because there are fewer cycles in those maps. As summarized in Table2 , the average loss for the map depicted in Figure 15 is 1.19%, and the average loss for the map shown in Figure 16 is 1.... ..."

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### Table 1: Connected Regular Graphs

1994

"... In PAGE 4: ... This also resulted in using about 800 hours of time to complete the catalog. Table1 lists the the number of connected regular graphs generated for each catalog. (The total number of regular graphs, including disconnected ones, in each catalog can be easily infered from this table.... ..."

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### Table 3. The regular and increment database

2003

"... In PAGE 9: ... Let the regular database be comprised by nine transactions and the increment database be comprised by three transactions. The databases are presented in Table3 .... ..."

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### Table 11 The correlation between the proportion of regular inflection and the number of regular and irregular neighbors as a function of target regularity and context

1999

"... In PAGE 30: ... If the regular inflection of names and borrowings depends on the sharing of ortho- graphic and phonological features with existing regular nouns, then our findings should exhibit significant correlation between the probability of regular inflection and the number of regular neighbors. Our findings are provided in Table11 . There was no evidence for a correlation between regular inflection and the number of regular neighbors for either borrowings or names (P .... ..."

### Table 1: Connected regular graphs.

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ...ayreuth.de/markus/reggraphs.html. From this site you can even download various lists and some drawings of regular graphs. Table1 shows results of the program for runs with given number n of vertices and degree k. It contains the number of computed regular graphs, the total number of candidates for the minimality test, the quotient of these two numbers and the CPU-times for computation on a PC Pentium Pro with 200 MHz.... ..."

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### Table 2: Classes for regular expressions

2005

"... In PAGE 3: ... The constant Epsilon represents the empty string and the constant Emptyset represents the empty set. See Table 1 and Table2 , Appendix A, for more details. Equivalence and simplification of regular expressions is a major topic of research in automata theory.... ..."

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### TABLE 3 Values of the regularization terms at the optimal control for different regularization parameters.

2001

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