### Table 1: Sequences of Standard Projections and Estimated Lattice Curvatures Knot Sequence Est. UB

### TABLE 5. DETAIL RESULTS ON SEQUENCES WITH PSEUDOKNOTS HotKnots ILM PKNOTS FlexStem No. RNA Name Length Pairs SE SP SE SP SE SP SE SP

### Table 1: Tests for knot creation.

1998

"... In PAGE 17: ...5 Knot creation summary Each interval is recursively bisected until all the checks for conditions (a) through (d) are met. For purposes of the algorithm, it is useful to regroup these checks into four tests, as described in Table1 . In particular, Tests L and R collect... ..."

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### Table 1. Tests for Knot Creation

"... In PAGE 9: ....5. Knot Creation Summary Each interval is recursively bisected until all the checks for conditions (a) through (d) are met. For purposes of the al- gorithm, it is useful to regroup these checks into four tests, as described in Table1 . In particular, tests L and R collect the checks involving information local to the left and right of the interval, respectively, which facilitates the handling of corners or discontinuities, as described below.... ..."

### Table 2: Curvatures of Lattice Knots by Simulated Annealing Curvature Knots

### TABLE 2 Codes for the Knot Principle

2003

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### Table 2. Photometry of the 300 knot.

"... In PAGE 5: ...-ray data are also available in the literature (e.g. Comastri, Molendi amp; Ghisellini 1995) but they are not employed here since they always refer to the total emission from 3C 371. Table2 lists the results of our photometry. Here we have converted the K0-band flux to K-band flux using the formula by Wainscoat amp; Cowie (1992).... ..."

### Table 6. Volumetric Moisture Content Data ~t0

"... In PAGE 22: ...anying the FITPACK package, see [Die87, p. 79] and [Die93, p. 129]. Given the bound S = kFk2 = 0:0002 for the residual sum, CONCON computes an concave approximation with n = 7 cubic B-splines resulting in kFk = 0:012097. Our al- gorithm RCAP-Ka-ED was started from an equidistant knot sequence and gives kFk = 0:010675, see Table6 . The quality of both approximations is comparable as it can be observed in Figure 7.... ..."

### Table 4. Intrinsic knotting of 1-deficient graphs.

2007

"... In PAGE 10: ... The 1-deficient graphs are classified with respect to intrinsic knotting according to Table 4. Proof: Let us demonstrate that the graphs labeled knotted in Table4 are in fact intrinsically knotted. By Theorem 1, K8-e, K2,2,2,2,1-e, K3,2,1,1,1,1-e, K2,2,2,1,1,1-e, and K2,1,1,1,1,1,1-e are intrinsically knotted.... ..."

### Table 1: Knot complements with 7 tetrahedra

2004

"... In PAGE 9: ... Tables We follow [1] for our notation and convention. Table1 gives a list of knots whose complements can be decomposed into 7 ideal hyperbolic tetrahedra. We use the notation k7m to indicate the mth knot in the list of knots made from 7 tetrahedra.... In PAGE 12: .... Champanerkar, I. Kofman amp; E. Patterson Table1 : continued OC Volume C-S Sym SG Description k743 1109 4.97329565 0.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : continued OC Volume C-S Sym SG Description k785 2272 5.69302109 0.... In PAGE 14: .... Champanerkar, I. Kofman amp; E. Patterson Table1 : continued OC Volume C-S Sym SG Description k7127 3505 6.78371352 0.... ..."

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