### Table 9. Results of linear ts to Boltzmann plots for the Medicina data

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### Table 4. Landau coe cients as computed for various mode discretizations N

2004

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### Table 2.3 summarizes the complexity of different word-level decision diagrams to represent the integer functions and operations such as X, X + Y , X #03 Y , X 2 and 2X . Note that *BMDs and K*BMDs have more compact representations than others.

1998

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### Table 2.3 summarizes the complexity of different word-level decision diagrams to represent the integer functions and operations such as X, X + Y , X Y , X2 and 2X. Note that *BMDs and K*BMDs have more compact representations than others.

### Table 2: Results for the CELAR problems using Double-Update Boltzmann Machine

"... In PAGE 15: ... According to this approach, the connection weights are not computed and stored before network operation, but the value of each weight is determined only when it is used in a computation. Table2 summarizes the obtained results, which concern the quality of the solution, as well as mean and standard deviation of execution time. For the rst four problems the displayed solution gure concerns the number of di erent frequencies used, whereas the largest frequency used is shown for scen05.... ..."

### TABLE 2. Landau Damping Mechanism

### Table 2. Linear operating conditions.

2003

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### Table 2. Operations on linear segments.

### Table 1. Basic operations in linear iterative solvers.

2001

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### Table 1: Linear Temporal Logic Operators

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