### TABLE 1 Roots and poles for the rational functions used in the scalar experiments.

1995

### Table 3: Approximation errors using polynomial and rational methods reported by Matlab for log (x).

"... In PAGE 6: ... The range reduction step of the evaluated functions is exact where no quantization is involved as shown in Figure 3. We summarize the approximation errors reported by Matlab in Table3 . We can see that the approximation error generated by using the rational method is much lower than the poly- nomial method.... In PAGE 6: ... It means that if the nal computed error is smaller than these two values, the library/design can assure the accuracy requirement of either IEEE single or double precision. Esingle = 2 23 = 1:192 10 7 Edouble = 2 52 = 2:220 10 16 Now that the quantization error of the above example is lower than Esingle, however the approximation error of this example is Eapprox = 0:02983 as shown in Table3 which is much higher than Esingle. We apply this static analysis in our code generation to cover all the possible errors in the calculation for determining the best possible embedded C code.... In PAGE 8: ... Figure 18 shows that the rational method achieves much lower error than the polynomial method for small de- gree. Note that the maximum error values shown in this graph are much higher than those in Table3... ..."

### Table 3: the names and repartition of rationality for the agents, depending on their rationality. Agents in italic letters are the one that are used by John Duffy in his simulations

### Table 1: Recognition rates for MMI, MCE and ML using linear and rational interpolation for bi- and trigrams.

1999

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### Table 1: Recognition rates for MMI, MCE and ML using linear and rational interpolation for bi- and trigrams.

1999

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### Table 2. The rational operations

2007

"... In PAGE 6: ... We briefly describe some of them below. Table2 shows the library operations for the sum, product, and Kleene closure of weighted transducers. Both destructive implementations, using the Thompson construction, and lazy implementations are provided.... ..."

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### Table 3 Ranking of rational agent

2001

"... In PAGE 18: ... Clearly, the ranking of the rational agent worsens with the increases in the rate of experimentation. [ Table3 around here] 6. Concluding Remarks This paper examined the behavior of the exchange rate in the model with bound- edly rational agents who update their savings and portfolio decisions using a simple evolutionary algorithm based on imitation and experimentation.... ..."

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### Table 3 Ranking of rational agent

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"... In PAGE 18: ... Clearly, the ranking of the rational agentworsens with the increases in the rate of experimentation. [ Table3 around here] 6. Concluding Remarks This paper examined the behavior of the exchange rate in the model with bound- edly rational agents who update their savings and portfolio decisions using a simple evolutionary algorithm based on imitation and experimentation.... ..."

### Table 1: The Euclidean norm and the signal to noise ration for segments #1, #2, #3, and #4 using the original initialization in [5].

"... In PAGE 21: ...4471 25.8977 Table1 0: The SNR for all segments when the norm of the error in the closed loop recon- struction is minimized.... ..."

### Table I. Relative errors of u(x; a+h) calculated from the single scatter equation using operator rational approximants.

2003

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