### Table 2 Mean and standard deviation of the generational distance metric (25,000 function evaluations).

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### Table 5 Mean and standard deviation of the generational distance metric (50,000 function evaluations).

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### TABLE VII MEDIAN AND INTERQUARTILE RANGE OF THE GENERATIONAL DISTANCE METRIC (50,000 FUNCTION EVALUATIONS).

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### TABLE IV MEDIAN AND INTERQUARTILE RANGE OF THE GENERATIONAL DISTANCE (GD) METRIC (25,000 FUNCTION EVALUATIONS).

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### Table 1. Applications of the data structure for evaluating the Fermat-Weber weights of points under the Euclidean distance function.

### Table 1: Applications of the data structure for evaluating the Fermat-Weber weights of points under the Euclidean distance function.

### Table 2: An algorithm to evaluate both accuracy- and distance-metric heuristic functions for both forward and backward search. If the input envelopes yield some improvement, the algorithm returns 1, otherwise returns 0.

"... In PAGE 7: ... o Backward search with Accuracy metric, and o Backward search with Distance metric. Table2 shows the Evaluate function in greater detail. Lines 2-16 locate the best match for one test instance, according to the DTW distance with LB_Keogh function used to prune off some unnecessary computations.... ..."

### Table 3: COREL evaluation: system performances with 2 distance estimated with the Pa metric (sum of Preci- sion/Recall function), at the end of the interactive learning process.

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### Table 2: COREL evaluation: system performances with L2 distance estimated with the Pa metric (sum of Preci- sion/Recall function), at the end of the interactive learning process.

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### Table V. Mean final cost function values and associated RMS marker distance and joint parameter errors after 10 000 function evaluations obtained with the parallel synchronous and asynchronous PSO algorithms. Standard deviations are indicated in parentheses. Each set of 10 optimizations used either 10 different sets of initial guesses (synchronous and asynchronous) or 1 set of initial guesses 10 times (asynchronous).

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