### Table 1. Error probabilities (to 5 digits) for hand-tuned simplified AND/OR algorithm. Orbit

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### Table 1. Error probabilities (to 5 digits) for hand-tuned simplified AND/OR algorithm. Orbit

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### Table 3. Comparison between Lampedusa TOPEX altimeter bias estimates using 1-day JGM-2 and orbits computed using the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model. These orbits were computed using SLR and Doris Doppler tracking data

"... In PAGE 9: ...6 cm), and agrees with the orbit di erences displayed in Figures 5 and 6 both in magnitude and in sign. Similarly, Table3 shows the comparison between bias estimates at Lampedusa using 1-day JGM- 2 orbits and 1-day orbits computed with the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model for 2 over ights. Table 3 shows that the o set is now -1.... In PAGE 9: ... Similarly, Table 3 shows the comparison between bias estimates at Lampedusa using 1-day JGM- 2 orbits and 1-day orbits computed with the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model for 2 over ights. Table3 shows that the o set is now -1.6 cm, which agrees very well with the predicted JGM-2 geographically correlated radial orbit error (1.... ..."

### Table 2. Comparison between Harvest TOPEX altimeter bias estimates using 1-day JGM-2 and orbits computed using the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model. These orbits were computed using SLR and Doris Doppler tracking data

"... In PAGE 9: ...5 cm at Lampedusa (JGM-2 bias will be more negative). Table2 shows the comparison between bias estimates at Harvest using JGM-2 orbits and using orbits computed with the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model for 22 over ights. These biases were estimated using a 5th-order polynomial as interpolator and using both 10/sec and 1/sec data.... In PAGE 9: ... Tide gauge values were obtained by taking the average of all available tide gauge systems at a certain over ight. Table2 clearly shows the existence of geographically correlated radial orbit di erences, presumably caused by errors in the JGM-2 orbits. The mean of the di erences between the individual bias estimates is 1.... In PAGE 9: ...5 cm). Table2 shows that the mean of the bias estimates using the tuned gravity eld model is equal to -17.... In PAGE 9: ...o -17.7 cm with an rms about mean of 3.3 cm (fast-rate data) at Harvest. Table2 also shows that the bias estimates based on the fast-rate data are in close agreement with the bias estimates... In PAGE 12: ... Again, Table 4 shows that a positive o set exists between the estimates using the two di erent types of orbits. The o set value compares very well with the orbit di erences between the JGM-2 orbits and the orbits computed using the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model ( Table2 ). It is also interesting to note that the JPL determined TOPEX bias estimate (using 6 over ights) has a value of -17.... In PAGE 12: ... It is also interesting to note that the JPL determined TOPEX bias estimate (using 6 over ights) has a value of -17.7 cm, which agrees very well with the mean bias estimate displayed in Table2 , which is also -17.7 cm using the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model (22 over ights).... ..."

### Table 4. Comparison between Harvest TOPEX altimeter bias estimates using 1-day JGM-2 and 10-day reduced dynamic JPL orbits. These bias estimates are based on fast-rate data and were obtained by using a 5th-order polynomial as interpolator

"... In PAGE 12: ... An additional comparison was performed between bias estimates based on the 1-day JGM- 2 orbits and the 10-day JPL GPS reduced dynamics orbits. Table4 shows the bias estimate comparison using 6 cycles (cycles 10,15,17,18,19, and 21). Again, Table 4 shows that a positive o set exists between the estimates using the two di erent types of orbits.... In PAGE 12: ... Table 4 shows the bias estimate comparison using 6 cycles (cycles 10,15,17,18,19, and 21). Again, Table4 shows that a positive o set exists between the estimates using the two di erent types of orbits. The o set value compares very well with the orbit di erences between the JGM-2 orbits and the orbits computed using the TOPEX tuned gravity eld model (Table 2).... ..."

### TABLE 3 Orbital Parameters

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### Table 3. Orbital elements of the tted orbit.

"... In PAGE 2: ... The derived orbital parameters (best least-square t) show the planet orbits its parent star in an almost circular orbit, with a period of 24.13 days, inducing a velocity semi-amplitude of 62 m s?1 - Table3 . Given the orbital pe- riod and the mass of the parent star (0.... ..."

### Table 1: Orbital Parameters

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"... In PAGE 2: ...To formalize the sociological orbit framework, we divide the orbital parameters into two categories: Hub-centric, and User-centric, as listed in Table1... ..."

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### Table 1. The orbits.

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"... In PAGE 2: ... The paths of the orbits in the comoving meridional sections of the Galaxy are shown in Figure 5 (where they cover a time interval of 3 Gyr). The parameters of the orbits are presented in Table1 . The topologi- cal character is clearly tentative.... ..."