### Table 9 Input data

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"... In PAGE 8: ... 12) is optimized for the criterion of the minimization of maximal resultant displacements. The input data are included in Table9 . The dimensions, loading of the 3-D structure and constraint are included in Tables 10 and 11.... ..."

### Table 2. Input data.

"... In PAGE 3: ...lements and 453 nodes was created (Fig. 5). Using more than 150 elements did not influence the numerical results significantly. The input data ( Table2 ) is the same as those used by Persaud et al. (1985).... ..."

### Table 1 - Input data

"... In PAGE 3: ... Subsequent data introduction, the domain, the grid points and the main choices are visualized in order to be validated by the user (Figure 2). Table1 summarizes all input values. Figure 2.... ..."

### Table 1. Input data.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Since this problem is one-dimensional, symmetric boundary conditions were applied. All input parameter values used to evaluate the analytical and finite element solutions are presented in Table1 . These values consist of real soil data available in the literature (Gelhar 1993).... ..."

### Table 1: Input data

"... In PAGE 16: ... The examples are modi ed real-world examples with pipe capacity B = 4. Table1 summarizes the data. Column 2 and 3... In PAGE 17: ... The numbers range from about 250 for the smallest problem up to 25000 variables. The test series in Table1 are based on two physical networks. nw is an example approximating parts of the physical network in Norway.... In PAGE 17: ...ertain edges to shortest path trees). Example nw3.d1.p results from nw3.p by changing the size of 9 demands from B to 1. The last three examples in Table1 are typical for local area networks. The demand graph of terbstar consists of node-disjoint stars.... ..."

### Table 2: Input data

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"... In PAGE 6: ... The total-objects-to-site-area ratio is around 50% as compared to 20% in the previous example, and the layout objects have 2-dimensional geometric constraints between them in addition to the proximity weights. Table2 summarizes the layout objects and the site dimensions. Table 3 shows the proximity weights between them.... ..."

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### Table 2 The input data

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### Table I. Input Data

### Table 5 Input data

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