### Table 3 illustrates the resulting mapping of SEEDS to the MLM model, when 2D and 3D visualisation aspects are of particular interest; it can be seen that for the interfaces and distributed objects, both CORBA and DIS entities have to be considered.

"... In PAGE 9: ... Table3 . Mapping of SEEDS components to the MLM model 0-7695-0981-9/01 $10.... ..."

### (Table 1), either in whole or part, none of them appear to have been developed specifically for the purpose of modeling particular risk factors. The present model demonstrates new modeling constructs developed for the six SDRFs. Requirements creep and morale effects are of particular interest in this regard.

### Table 1: Example of an array of multiple effectiveness measures in CEA

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### Table 3 shows the CPU time required for the MSE to fall below 0.001. Of particular interest is that the CGRL takes a shorter time to fall below a MSE of 0.001 as compared to the batch mode RTRL, even though both algorithms use a batch update approach.

"... In PAGE 16: ... Table3 : The average MSE and CPU time (in second) obtained by training an RNN with four RTRL nodes to predict the chaotic intensity of NH3 laser. All figures were based on the average of four simulation runs... ..."

### Table 3 lists what operands are downsafe in our example and why. As in the Figures, operands are identified by their definition. Of particular interest is ? 1 because it is downsafe only because it is shared: it is killed on the left path because it belongs to the t 19 and on the right because it belongs to the t 21 . If these were considered separate operands, then a redundancy would be missed.

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"... In PAGE 33: ... t 25 downsafe: killed by t 18 t 15 ;; t 16 . Table3 : Downsafety for the running example. 3.... ..."

### Tables 47 and 48 list the topics that real-time developers and MIS developers respectively consider more important than others. Certain topics are on the lists as expected: Databases in the MIS list and real-time design on the real-time list. However it is notable that technical writing and giving presentations are of particular importance to real-time developers, while entrepreneurship is of particular interest to MIS developers. It is interesting to compare these tables with Tables 21 and 22.

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### Tables 47 and 48 list the topics that real-time developers and MIS developers respectively consider more important than others. Certain topics are on the lists as expected: Databases in the MIS list and real-time design on the real-time list. However it is notable that technical writing and giving presentations are of particular importance to real-time developers, while entrepreneurship is of particular interest to MIS developers. It is interesting to compare these tables with Tables 21 and 22.

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### Table 1 We are currently programming the GMRZ and also lling up the void places in Table 1. In particular, it will be interesting to derive the algorithm based on L anczos/Orthodir for treating near{breakdowns in the CGS, since this algorithm is the only reliable one for implementing L anczos method. The ideas developed in this paper only became clear after programming the algorithms and testing them on many numerical examples, which shows once more, if necessary, that, as stated by P. Wynn [56]

"... In PAGE 9: ... FORTRAN subroutines corresponding to some of these algorithms can be found in [15] together with numerical examples; see also [10, 16]. Let us mention that Gutknecht proposed an unnormalized version of the BIORES algorithm for curing ghost breakdowns in the BIORES by using a three{term recurrence relationship and, by squaring it, he obtained the unnormalized BIORES2 for treating ghost breakdowns in the CGS [30] (these algorithms will be respectively denoted by uBIORES and uBIORES2 in Table1 below). Another procedure for treating breakdowns in the classical L anczos algorithm is described in [4].... ..."

### (Table 1). Of particular interest is the identification of IGF-1 as a potential target of miR-1 because of its well-established role in skeletal muscle hypertrophy. The decreased expres- sion of miR-1 seen at 7 days may, in part, serve to increase IGF-1 protein expression during the initial response to functional overload. In support of this concept, a study by Adams et al. (1) reported IGF-1 peptide levels were signif-

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