### TABLE 2. Many degrees of freedom system with multiple equilibria; low-order statistics for the climate variable x and the first unresolved mode Y1.

2003

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### TABLE 1. Many degrees of freedom system with stable periodic orbit; low-order statistics for the climate varibles x1 and x2;CTde- noted correlation time.

2003

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### Table 72: Degree subjects of the 169 participants (out of 181) who responded to this question. Note that many participants had more than one degree.

1999

"... In PAGE 73: ... Demographics In this section we describe the participants with respect to their educational and work backgrounds. Educational Backgrounds Table72 indicates the fields in which participants had obtained degrees, while Figure 9 describes the highest level of education they reached. Type of education Number of participants Percentage Computing degree 106 62.... ..."

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### Table 1: The values of the PTIs of the objects in Figs. 1, 2 and 3 A lot of zero values of the invariants is caused by relatively high degree of symmetry of these objects, many triplets of the vertices lie on one straight line.

### TABLE I VALUES OF xi FOR RULE-BASE (AS A FRACTION OF THE LONG TERM AVERAGE RATE) We have not attempted to tune our fuzzy controller to pro- vide optimal performance because this appears to be very dif- ficult due to the many degrees of freedom associated with the membership functions, rule-base, and the parameters thereof. However, as we show later, any further tuning beyond the ba- sic intuitive ideas is not necessary and the fuzzy controller per- forms well. Tuning the fuzzy controller to provide optimal per- formance will be the subject of future research.

2002

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### Table III shows the best values obtained in this work for degree less than or equal to 14 that improve previous values (see [23]). The method put forward in this paper enables one to improve many values for diameter 6 and degree D greater than 14, by means of the corresponding family of [l, l]-cliques. For instance, using d-graphs for degree D5q 1 1 (with q a prime power), this method gives graphs on order about

1992

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### Table 3: Medium Adaptation Degrees for a conjunctive operator These results make us able to analyze in the correct way the behavior of the FLCs in the considered problem as they correspond to a performance index containing information about the two families of performance meas- ures commented. As can be viewed, many of the combinations take value 0 in the defined Conjunctive Adaptation Degree due to their bad results in the Measure of Convergence. This fact allow us to distinguish clearly be- tween good and bad combinations.

1997

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### Table 6.1: Tier-1 ISPs studied, organized by dominant regional presence. Many ISPs also have POPs outside their dominant operating region. ASN is the numeric identifier each ISP uses in BGP. Degree is the number of neighboring ASes as seen by RouteViews.

2004

### Table 6.2: Tier-2 ISPs studied, organized by dominant regional presence. Many ISPs also have POPs outside their dominant operating region. ASN is the numeric identifier each ISP uses in BGP. Degree is the number of neighboring ASes as seen by RouteViews.

2004

### Table 6.3: Tier-3 ISPs studied, organized by dominant regional presence. Many ISPs also have POPs outside their dominant operating region. ASN is the numeric identifier each ISP uses in BGP. Degree is the number of neighboring ASes as seen by RouteViews.

2004