### Table 11: Categorization of affine failures Affine Failures

1992

"... In PAGE 62: ...4 Affine Failures Next we discuss in detail the affine failures. Table11 divides these into the cases we have seen. The cases labeled as other are small problems that could be fixed without significantly changing our model.... ..."

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### Table 3-1 - Summary of air-water flow measurements in dam break wave flows

"... In PAGE 8: ... 3-3B). Unsteady air-water flow experiments were recently performed in a 25 m long stepped flume with a flat stepped invert ( Table3 -1). A sudden flow rate was released down the initially-dry stepped chute, and air-water flow properties were measured with an array of single-tip conductivity probes located on the channel centreline (Fig.... ..."

### Table 1: Quasinormal frequencies of step potentials for all three methods of construc- tion and various step sizes. Each entry lists the real part of the frequency as the upper left and the imaginary part as the lower right number. The rst three frequencies of the smooth Regge-Wheeler potential are included for comparison.

"... In PAGE 8: ... The rst three frequencies of the smooth Regge-Wheeler potential are included for comparison. Table1 lists some quasinormal frequencies for all three methods of construction and di erent numbers of steps, along with the apos;outlying apos; frequencies and the fundamental quasi- normal frequencies of the smooth Regge-Wheeler potential. In the case of method (i), the long step at large x causes numerical instabilities.... ..."

### Table 2. Affinity values

2002

"... In PAGE 5: ... Main P1 P2 P4 P3 P5 P10 P9 P6 P11 P8 P7 P13 P12 P14 P17 P18 P16 P29 P28 P30 P23 P22 P24 P26 P25 P27 P32 P31 P33 P34 P36 P35 P37 P38 P39 P40 P41 P42 P43 P45 P44 P48 P47 P49 P51 P52 P50 P15 P46 Figure 2. Procedure Interaction Graph Table2 shows the affinity values of each procedure. The load depends on the imposed timing constraints and the relative physical costs are 1 for a GPP, 1.... ..."

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### Table 1. Comparison of log-affine and affine gap costs

"... In PAGE 2: ... Using these values, the sequence simulation program, Dawg (Cartwright, 2005), created a dataset of 1000 pairwise alignments. The sequences in these alignments were truncated to the lengths shown in Table1 . These were then aligned using a log-affine gap cost calculated via Equation (1) and an affine cost derived from the log-affine gap cost by least squares.... In PAGE 2: ... These were then aligned using a log-affine gap cost calculated via Equation (1) and an affine cost derived from the log-affine gap cost by least squares. Speed and alignment quality were calculated and are summarized in Table1 . As expected, the time complexity of Ngila is roughly O(mn), and log-affine costs are slower but produce better alignments.... ..."

### Table 2: Shaping Dimensions and Affinities

"... In PAGE 4: ... Shape changes can occur in affinity with corresponding Effort Elements. Table2 shows the opposing attitudes towards Shape, some examples, and their affinities with Effort Elements. 4.... ..."

### TABLE I COMPARISON OF AFFINE AND LOCALLY AFFINE PROJECTION MODELS.

2004

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### Table 1: Affinity and Kinetic Constantsa

2002

"... In PAGE 4: ... To assess the effect of these mutations on native state binding, the Ki of each Pro variant for wild-type RLP was determined. All three mutants demonstrated tight-binding inhibition of the protease (Figure 2 and Table1 ), with Ki values within error of the Ki of 0.32 ( 0.... In PAGE 5: ...Table1 ). Y26F weakened stabilization of the folding transition state by 10-fold, while E30A had a lesser 2-fold effect.... ..."

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