### Table 1: Parameter values used in LIF multiplication and in Figures 3 and 4: a4 0 = absolute refractory

1996

"... In PAGE 11: ... The refractory period, a0 0 = 2ms, is comparable to that used in other biologically motivated simulations of LIF neurons (see (Harmon, 1961; Amit, Evans, amp; Abeles, 1990)). Table1 summarizes the parameter values and derived constants in the model. 3.... ..."

### Table 7 contains performance figures for matrix multiplication using

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"... In PAGE 107: ...Table7 . Macrotasked matrix multiplication performance(in MFLOPS) a.... ..."

### Table 1: Detectability of a multiple fault in the circuit in Figure 5, with respect to various test vectors.

"... In PAGE 3: ... The detectability of a fault with respect to a test vec- tor is the probability with which the fault is exposed in the output for a particular test vector. For a test vector t, this is given by pdet a3 f a4 ta5a30a6 tMf a28 e M Table1 illustrates the detectability of multiple faults in the circuit C17 of Figure 5 where there is an error proba- bility of 0.05 associated with every gate input.... ..."

### Table 1. The prediction of multiple wish branches in Figure 6c. confidence prediction

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### Table 1: Comparison of the code size (number of gates) obtained by synthesizing a generic version of module MultipleReincarnationn (Figure 4)

### TABLE 2. Percentage of nodes reachable with varying device reliabilities when links are shared between multiple transceivers. The figure in parantheses is for nodes implementing infinite backoff.

### Table 1 shows the speedup ratio of matrix vec- tor multiplication with 24 partitions and ma- trix multiplication with 256 partitions. The speedup ratio for matrix multiplication is a little higher. The reason is that the ratio of computation to communication for matrix multiplication is a little higher than vector ma- trix multiplication, as illustrated by Figure 9.

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"... In PAGE 12: ... Table1 Speedup Ratio 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Workers # Time(s) Time Decouple vs Workers# (Matrix*Vector 24) Network Traffic Computing 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 Workers # Time(s) Time Decouple vs Workers# (Matrix*Matrix 256) Network Traffic Computing Figure 9 Computation and Network load decouple. For each workers setting, average load decouple is shown.... ..."

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### Table 1: Test units for the multiplication circuit of figure 3 ( ti: termination of test units ul, u2. u3 t2: termination of test units uq, us)

### Table 4: Total number of transitions in the circuit of Figure 1 in case of single switching and multiple switching

1995

"... In PAGE 4: ... Now consider transitions 0001 ! 0000. Table4 (case (a)) shows that there is no transition at the output of any gate during scan in. However, if primary input vector 11 is applied during the first cycle, 2 transitions take place at the output of each of the gate g1; g3 and g4 (case (b)).... ..."

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### Table 4: Total number of transitions in the circuit of Figure 1 in case of single switching and multiple switching

1995

"... In PAGE 4: ... Now consider transitions 0001 ! 0000. Table4 (case (a)) shows that there is no transition at the output of any gate during scan in. However, if primary input vector 11 is applied during the first cycle, 2 transitions take place at the output of each of the gate g1; g3 and g4 (case (b)).... ..."

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