### Table 3. The processing time for each fish with dynamic sim- ulation and with synthetic motion capture on an SGI R10000 InfiniteReality workstation

"... In PAGE 12: ... The speed up over the original biomechanical anima- tion is due to the accelerated motor system and the efficient graphical display model. Table3 compares for a single fish the computation times required for the original biomechanical model and our synthetic motion capture model. The indicated times are for the case when the fish is fully visible, which includes the reconstruction of the body-coordinate system and positions of all the nodal points.... ..."

### Table 6: The percentage of trials of synthetic motion sequences in which the new algo- rithm found a stable solution.

"... In PAGE 25: ... Our new methods sometimes report that they were unable to find a stable solution. Table6 indicates how often this occurs, as the fraction of matrix elements that are missing varies. It shows that the method begins to encounter problems only when 70% of the... ..."

### Table 3: Mean values of the estimated camera motion, comparing the brightness based approach and a correspondence-based approach in two experiments. Translation (Vx; Vy; Vz) is expressed in mm. and rotation (Wx; Wy; Wz) in degrees.

### labled 2 is unstable. In a stable channel, the equilibrium point (ne, S,) determines the steady-state throughput- delay performance of the channel over an infinite time

### Table 4.4: TRADE STABLE: F-test for equality of variances on the metric Tasks per Trader

### Table 4.13: LOAD STABLE: F-test for equality of variances on the metric number of lorries

### Table 1: Motion commanded to the robot (C) and estimated motion (mean M, and standard deviation ). They are expressed in mm. and degrees per frame. We can see both translation components (Vx; Vy; Vz), rotation components (Wx; Wy; Wz), translation magnitude (jtj) and deviation angle (fi) between estimated translation and commanded translation.

### Table 1. Convergence rates for xed vy = 0.

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"... In PAGE 16: ...ystem matrix which ful lls Assumptions 3.1. Hence, TFFDA and TFFDB are equiv- alent. Convergence rates for vy = 0 and vx = 0 are presented in Table1 and Table 2... ..."

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