### Table 2: Basis modes used in the 1994 and 1996 constrained t to branching fraction data. RPP94 RPP96

"... In PAGE 3: ... Finally, any modes necessary to satisfy the accuracy requirement must be included. The selected basis modes are listed in Table2 . The coe cients used to de ne a particular branching fraction in terms of the sum over basis mode branching fractions appear in the Listings immediately below each branching fraction header.... ..."

### Table 3: Monoids of MCM Modules

2006

### Table 2: Basis modes used in the 1994 and 1996 constrained t to branching fraction data. RPP94 RPP96

"... In PAGE 5: ... Finally, any modes necessary to satisfy the accuracy requirement must be included. The selected basis modes are listed in Table2 . The coe cients used to de ne a particular branching fraction in terms of the sum over basis mode branching fractions appear in the Listings immediately below each branching fraction header.... ..."

### Table 2: Examples of Simple Monoids of the following forms:

1994

"... In PAGE 3: ... The drawback of this approach is that natural numbers must now be built-in, since they cannot be generated from the int primitives alone. Table2 gives examples of simple monoids. Note that all simple monoids are commutative.... ..."

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### Table 9. Relative accuracy comparisons; RAP is Ratio of Actual Powers, RPP is Ratio of Predicted Powers, and ARE is Absolute value of the Relative Error between RPP and RAP. Circuit RAP RPP ARE (%)

1999

"... In PAGE 23: ... In order to get a feel for relative accuracy, we compared the ratio of actual powers at the minimum-area and minimum-delay points with the ratio of the predicted powers at the same points. The results of this comparison are summarized in Table9 . It can be seen from this table that the average error of this comparison is 15.... ..."

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### Table 9. Relative accuracy comparisons; RAP is Ratio of Actual Powers, RPP is Ratio of Predicted Powers, and ARE is Absolute value of the Relative Error between RPP and RAP. Circuit RAP RPP ARE (%)

1999

"... In PAGE 23: ... In order to get a feel for relative accuracy, we compared the ratio of actual powers at the minimum-area and minimum-delay points with the ratio of the predicted powers at the same points. The results of this comparison are summarized in Table9 . It can be seen from this table that the average error of this comparison is 15.... ..."

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### Table 9. Relative accuracy comparisons; RAP is Ratio of Actual Powers, RPP is Ratio of Predicted Powers, and ARE is Absolute value of the Relative Error between RPP and RAP. Circuit RAP RPP ARE (%)

1999

"... In PAGE 23: ... In order to get a feel for relative accuracy, we compared the ratio of actual powers at the minimum-area and minimum-delay points with the ratio of the predicted powers at the same points. The results of this comparison are summarized in Table9 . It can be seen from this table that the average error of this comparison is 15.... ..."

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### Table 7. Free higher-order monoid.

"... In PAGE 17: ...e., the monoid a233 a87a172 whose elements are generated by the inference rules in Table7 ), and each term constant a222 a209 a208 is mapped into a basic arrow a125a125 a222 a16a126a126 a209 a59 a218 a125a125 a208 a126a126 (where a125a125 a208 a126a126... ..."

### Table 1 The graphical language of symmetric monoidal categories

"... In PAGE 8: ...Table 1 The graphical language of symmetric monoidal categories De nition 3.2 The wiring (6) is de ned by recursion on the object term A as in Table1 (a).... In PAGE 8: ...s in Table 1(a). Note that the object I is represented by zero wires, i.e., by the empty wiring. The diagram (7) is de ned by recursion on the morphism term t as in Table1 (b). In addition to the cases shown in Table 1, the maps A;B;C, A, and their inverses are represented in the same way as the identity morphism.... ..."