### Table 4: Decay channels and branching ratios bc for resonance decays, following the scheme described in the text. The second row of each table gives the fractional contribution of the decay probability for several given energy ranges. The average branching ratio for each channel is given in the last column of each table. They are generally consistent with the average values quoted in the RPP [22], except for the N decay of the N(1520), where bN 6% due to the low fractional contribution of this energy range whereas 15%?25% are quoted in the RPP.

### 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 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 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 2. Timings for the room scene (rpp=rays per pixel)

2005

"... In PAGE 5: ... This allowed us, in the time taken to perform a standard render using 4 jittered rays per pixel, to selec- tively render an image comparable to one with 9 times as many rays traced (36rpp). Table2 shows the timings we achieved for our second scene. Again the timings for images which were selectively rendered include also the time taken to generate the aamap.... ..."

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### Table 1. Timings for the Cornell box (rpp=rays per pixel)

2005

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