### Table 6 contains all measures from the flux overlap test. Table 7 contains timings of each individual BRDF for an image size of 512x512 and only one object (the CThead).

"... In PAGE 9: ...roceedings), volume 20, pages 143-150, (Aug. 1986). The Eurographics Association and Blackwell Publishers 1999. Table6 , total flux overlap error results [9] Christophe Schlick: A Customizable Reflectance Model for Everyday Rendering, Fourth Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, Series EG 93 RW, pages 73-84, 1993. BRDF model Rendering time Ward h00:m57:s42 Ashikhmin h00:m55:s54 He-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Cook-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Schlick-Lewis h00:m55:s01 Phong h00:m55:s12 Strauss h00:m55:s25 Poulin-Fournier h00:m54:s42 Lafortune h00:m56:s07 [10] J.... ..."

### Table 6 below contains all measures from the flux overlap test. Table 7 contains timings of each individual BRDF for an image size of 512x512 and only one object (the CThead).

"... In PAGE 18: ... o Low error in flux overlap implies two different isotropic BRDF models each without physically plausible characteristics and without Fresnel behavior. Please refer to Appendix A, Table6 for a complete analysis results overview. 0.... In PAGE 32: ... Table6 , total flux overlap error results BRDF model Rendering time Ward h00:m57:s42 Ashikhmin h00:m55:s54 He-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Cook-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Schlick-Lewis h00:m55:s01 Phong h00:m55:s12 Strauss h00:m55:s25 Poulin-Fournier h00:m54:s42 Lafortune h00:m56:s07 Table 7, individual BRDF timings Page 32 ... ..."

### Table 6 below contains all measures from the flux overlap test. Table 7 contains timings of each individual BRDF for an image size of 512x512 and only one object (the CThead).

in morphology

"... In PAGE 18: ... o Low error in flux overlap implies two different isotropic BRDF models each without physically plausible characteristics and without Fresnel behavior. Please refer to Appendix A, Table6 for a complete analysis results overview. 0.... In PAGE 32: ... Table6 , total flux overlap error results BRDF model Rendering time Ward h00:m57:s42 Ashikhmin h00:m55:s54 He-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Cook-Torrance h00:m56:s12 Schlick-Lewis h00:m55:s01 Phong h00:m55:s12 Strauss h00:m55:s25 Poulin-Fournier h00:m54:s42 Lafortune h00:m56:s07 Table 7, individual BRDF timings Page 32 ... ..."

### Table 1. Anisotropic Velocity Model Consistent With Receiver Functions at NAP9

"... In PAGE 2: ...1. Preferred Model [7] Figure 3 compares synthetic seismograms computed in the preferred model ( Table1 ) with averaged RFs for two distinct approach directions, 30C176 (northeastern) and 80C176 (eastern). A near-surface low velocity layer generates a large negative pulse at 1.... ..."

### Table 1. Anisotropic parameter values resulting from layer stripping.

2004

"... In PAGE 11: ... This is expected as the data offsets are not sufficiently large for the shallow part of the model because of the aforementioned mute. In the joint PP, PS semblance and joint PP, PS differential semblance in angle misfit plots, the lines a12 a14 a90a1 and a10 a83 a38 a10 a14 a12 a83 a38 a12 a5 (38) are drawn, where a38 a10 and a38 a12 are optimal values for a3 and a12 in each layer, and can be found in Table1 . In the first three layers the values are chosen using the PS semblance plot only, with a12 a14 a1 , since there is not enough resolution in a12 .... ..."

### Table I. Properties of anisotropic material (unidirectional graphite/epoxy)used in DFEM model.

### Table II. Properties of anisotropic material (unidirectional graphite/epoxy) used in MPT model.

### Table 2 Material properties for the components of the single-lap joint models in cases A, B, and C.

"... In PAGE 10: ... 1. The choice of lamina properties for the upper and lower adherends in the quasi-isotropic model was made in order to simulate average laminate properties that corresponded to those for the isotropic model given in Table2 . The in-plane average laminate properties that correspond to the [0,45,-45,90]s stacking sequence using the lamina properties in Table 2 are E1 = E2 = 69.... In PAGE 12: ... The last evaluation, case C, was performed to highlight the effect of differences in the transverse shear moduli between the upper and lower adherends. Material properties for the upper and lower adherends for both the baseline and the modified are as previously shown in Table2 with the exception of the transverse shear modulus. In the analysis of the baseline joint configuration, the value of the transverse shear modulus, G13, is 3.... In PAGE 12: ... One other possibility for the peak shear stress difference is a slight discrepancy between the in-plane stiffness for the adherends in the anisotropic and isotropic joint models. As discussed in the previous section, the in-plane average laminate properties that result from the quasi-isotropic stacking sequence using the lamina properties in Table2 are E1 = E2 = 69.5E03 N/mm2 and a 0.... ..."

### TABLE II Estimated parameters of the mixture data model and of the second-order anisotropic prior model, for the sonar image in Fig. 3(a).

2000

Cited by 28

### Table 2 Convergenceresults for anisotropic problems on di#0Berent grids. GS: Gauss-Seidel with natural

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ... In the second group of testing problems, we consider two model anisotropic coe#0Ecient PDEs. Problem 1: The single direction anisotropic problem: 100u xx + u yy = 1; #28x; y#29 2 #0A; where uj , =0: Problem 2: It has a more sophisticated anisotropy structure in both the x and y directions: a#28x; y#29u xx + b#28x; y#29u yy =1; where the coe#0Ecients a#28x; y#29 and b#28x; y#29 are de#0Cned as: a#28x; y#29= #1A 100 #28x; y#29 2 #5B0; 0:5#5D #02 #5B0; 0:5#5D or #5B0:5; 1#5D #02 #5B0:5; 1#5D 1 otherwise: b#28x; y#29= #1A 100 #28x; y#29 2 #5B0; 0:5#5D #02 #5B0:5; 1#5D or #5B0:5; 1#5D #02 #5B0; 0:5#5D 1 otherwise: The results are shown in Table2 and 3. The #0Crst three rows show the convergence results for problem 1 on 64 #02 64, 128 #02 128 and 256 #02 256 grids, respectively.... In PAGE 8: ...0004 for unstructured grids. Table2 show that the higher... ..."