### Table 1: Proton charge radius

2000

"... In PAGE 1: ...he proton is the lightest and simplest stable hadronic system. Investigation of its structure is quite important. The charge radius determined by the charge distribution inside the proton is one of the universal fundamental physical constants, because it is important for a number of very di erent physical problems. Some recent precise results are collected in Table1 and also presented in Fig. 1.... In PAGE 3: ...radius can be mentioned. The results are given in Table1 and Fig.1 within the chronological order, but we will consider them in detail starting with the Lamb shift measurement.... In PAGE 10: ... Due to a perfect reproductibility, the unknown systematic error can be expected to be the same for hydrogen and deuterium. 3 Lattice calculations One of the other methods that gives a value for the proton radius (see Table1 and Fig. 1) is the approach based on the lattice calculation within the chiral limit in which the pion mass is equal to zero.... In PAGE 10: ... We expect that the result of Ref. [5] included in the Table1 and Fig. 1 is not quite correct.... ..."

### Table 1: Numerical values of the bound on the spectral radius of the line Jacobi iteration matrix. The symbol \{ quot; indicates that the computed bound is a complex number.

"... In PAGE 8: ... If we consider these two cases and allow (for xed h) one of the cell Reynolds numbers to go to in nity and the other one to be xed, the limit of ( ; ) will be equal to 1 for the former and 2=(2 ? cos ( p2h)) for the latter. In Table1 , we compute a few sample values of the bound (11). We can see that for certain values of p and q, the spectral radius of the line Jacobi iteration matrix is smaller than 1, which implies convergence of the line Jacobi method from any initial guess.... ..."

### Table 7. Pure Particle Types Assumed for Climatology*

"... In PAGE 13: ...ased on particle microphysical properties [Kahn et al., 19981. So MISR will be insensitive to fine distinctions in component aerosol size or composition, and it is appropriate to start by selecting commonly cited properties of broad particle classes. Such microphysical properties for the 6 components, plus cirrus, are given in Table7 . Note that in Continental aerosol mixing groups (defined in Table 6), accumulation mode sulfate particles are hydrated to equilibrium at 70% relative humidity, and accumulation mode dust particles are assumed to be in the surface layer.... In PAGE 14: ... Minimum values of ?-exceed 94 for all mixing groups, and these cases represent a wide range of significantly different ( gt;20%) component fractions. Apparently, no combination of the assumed component aerosols (including the one cirrus model in Table7 ) provides a good fit. However, the optical depths for the cases having the lowest 2- values are all 0.... In PAGE 19: ... Each column contains plots for one choice of comparison model optical depth. The horizontal axis in each plot allows 6 positions for whiskers, one for each component in the climatology ( Table7 ). The vertical axes indicate the fraction of column optical depth in MISR Band 2 contributed by a particle type.... ..."

### Table 4. Workspace Limits

"... In PAGE 10: ... This index can be used in situations when certain dexterity (percentage of the orientation sphere) is necessary in all points of the workspace. Table4 presents the workspace limits and the orientation limits for each configuration. It can be seen that the orientation limits are smaller than the bare multiplication of the individual orientation limits with the to- tal number of orientational platform modules in a specific configuration.... ..."

### Table 3 summarizes the optimized undulator parameters. For comparison the parameters of an undulator with equal period but without iron are given.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Table3 Optimized parameters for an undulator with iron in comparison with... In PAGE 7: ... Increasing the bore radius from 2mm to 2.5mm, while leaving all other parameters as presented in Table3 , would require a current density of 1500A/mm2 for a field of 1.... ..."

### Table I: Critical value of H calculated in di erent ways: (a) limiting value for real radius, (b) limiting value for r lt; and (c) value corresponding to the DK phase transition in QCD2 [3]. For d gt; 3 the solution becomes unstable before the radius reaches the value .

### Table 4. Summary of the upper limits on the Jupiter family population, as presented in Fig. 8. HB N = 13:8 corresponds to a nuclear radius of 9 km, and HB N = 18:0 to a radius of 1.3 km

"... In PAGE 9: ...Inspecting the results in Table4 , we see that the num- bers coincide with the numbers found in TL94 from the rst campaign. However, the present limits are consider- ably rmer, in view of the fact that we have taken the completeness factor into consideration.... ..."

### Table 3: Temporal infinite sequential product of spacial infinite parallel processes.

### Table 5: Simple LCIs

1998

"... In PAGE 10: ... This option has certain computational advantages, most importantly the fact that all the lifting coe cients can be computed in O(n2) time as compared to O(n4) in the default algorithm. The computational results for this algorithm are given in Table5 . We see that its overall performance is signi cantly worse than that of the default algorithm.... ..."

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