### Table 5. Synthesis Result Comparison

2004

"... In PAGE 15: ...15 Figure 14. Final floorplan for derivative SoC subsystem Table5 compares the final synthesized designs for the two case studies with the results for the initial single main/peripheral shared bus mapped design, a synthesis flow without floorplanner and timing violation detection, and a manual synthesis effort by a designer. Compared with the initial design, the final synthesized design not only performs significantly better but also satisfies all constraints.... ..."

### Table 4. Accuracy of mixed-mode analyses with respect to individual objective-speci c analyses. Circuit c5315 is combinational so hold-time analysis is not applicable

"... In PAGE 7: ... Therefore, leakage increases tremendously, circuit time improves and hold-time violations become likely. Table4 presents the accuracy of mixed-mode analyses with respect to objective-speci c analyses. As discussed in Section 4, mixed-mode analyses generates a single design that is accurate for all objectives (i.... ..."

### Table 2: Timing Constraints

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... For a 15MHz reference clock, this leads to timing requirements of 300 cycles to update the X and Y counters. Further, the controller can receive commands from a central controller every 1500 cycles ( Table2 ). The top-level chart of the complete application is shown in Fig.... In PAGE 6: ...pplication is shown in Fig. 6. The event cycles detected by the timing validation algorithm are depicted in Table 3. They indicate a possible timing violation for the first three timing constraints of Table2 . Iterative improvement of this example led to an architecture with two TEPs, calculation units with extra multiply/division capability, a 16 bit wide data bus, and additional registers.... ..."

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### Table A3: Factor Loadings of Rotated Component Matrix* No Variables Factors 1 2 3

2003

### Table 5: Rotated Components

1998

"... In PAGE 15: ... PCA using the remaining measures identified ten PCs which capture 87% of the data set variance. Table5 shows for each rotated component the loadings of the measure, with loadings larger than 0.7 set in boldface.... ..."

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### Table 3: Rotated components

"... In PAGE 3: ... To ease the interpretation of the PCs, we subjected them to an orthogonal rotation (varimax). Table3 provides the loadings of the measures in... ..."

### Table 9: Rotated Component

2001

"... In PAGE 14: ... PCA using the remaining measures identified ten PCs which capture 87% of the data set variance. Table9 shows for each rotated component the loadings of the measure, with loadings larger than 0.7 set in boldface.... ..."

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### Table 4. Rotated components.

"... In PAGE 6: ...6% of the variance in the data set, which is significant enough to support our findings. The loadings on each measure in each rotated component in presented in Table4 . Values higher than 0.... ..."

### Table 5. Analysis for Rotation

"... In PAGE 8: ... Finally, the results of our search for these photometric transits are given. Table5 summarizes the analysis for stellar axial rotation determined from the spectra and Ca II records. The values of v sin i found from spectra are from this work except for And.... In PAGE 8: ... Those periods were determined from periodogram analysis (Horne amp; Baliunas 1986) for each observing season ( 120 ? 150 nights) that had su cient observations (typically 30 or more observations on 10 or more nights). The mean period, hP i, the rms and range of periods found, and the number of seasons, (NP ), in which a period that might be attributable to rotational modulation was detected are also given in Table5 . A range of periods or secular changes in the observed period may be caused by surface di erential rotation (Baliunas et al.... In PAGE 12: ... We nd a rotation period of 3.2 d ( Table5 ), similar to but more con dently determined than the result in Paper II. We give a grade of Probable to the mean value of 3.... In PAGE 21: ...2 to 19.8 d ( Table5 ). The rotation period and hSi both suggest an age 6 Gyr, lower than that of Gonzalez (1998; 11 2 Gyr), Fuhrmann et al.... In PAGE 23: ... The expected rotation period estimated from the mean activity level is 27.4 d ( Table5 ). Only two weak detections of rotational modulation are evident in 1996 (38 d) and 1997 (25 d), so the period is poorly determined.... ..."

### Table 2. Rotation dissimilarity.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Note that while data sets A and C have similar means, they have extremely di erent covariance structures that are not taken into account by this measure. In Table2 we present the pairwise rotation dis- A B C D E A 0 0.67 2.... ..."