### Table 3: Indices of winning R-nodes for each of the patterns in the noisy sequence 1 after the 3rd pass through the sequence.

"... In PAGE 28: ...g. representations) in each module for the first sequence, without noise, whereas Table3 shows the winners for a sequence distorted with noise with an amplitude of x = 0.4.... In PAGE 36: ...0 pmin 0.001 Table3 : Parameter values for the simulations. 7 Appendix II: Input encoding Each set of button-presses was converted into a 16-bit vector.... ..."

### Table 4 Converter Types

1995

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### Table 4 Converter Types

1995

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### TABLE I MEASUREDCOMPONENTVALUESFORTHEEXPERIMENTAL CONVERTER

1994

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### Table 1: Frequency of wins

2000

"... In PAGE 18: ... The performance of EXH and GRS are close, with no obvious winner. To provide a closer comparison, we list in Table1 , for each scheme, the frequency (out of all the values of M) that the scheme is the best (including ties) among the three. It can be seen that GRS has the most wins counting all three cost criteria.... ..."

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### Table 1: Frequency of wins

2000

"... In PAGE 18: ... The performance of EXH and GRS are close, with no obvious winner. To provide a closer comparison, we list in Table1 , for each scheme, the frequency (out of all the values of M) that the scheme is the best (including ties) among the three. It can be seen that GRS has the most wins counting all three cost criteria.... ..."

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### Table 1. Odds of winning

"... In PAGE 7: ... A seventh number is drawn, called a complementary number (or gold number or bonus number ) which, if found, allows already-winning players to enhance their gains. The odds of finding numbers matching winning numbers with or without the complementary number are indicated in Table1 , where the sign + indicates cases when the complemen- tary number is discovered. They are given for a typical purchase, that is a 8-grid tickets valid for two consecutive drawings the same day and for a cost... ..."

### Table 4: Winning moves

"... In PAGE 5: ...lead out of A; finally Table4 indicates that from a non-exceptional quadruple not in A which move gets into A. The entries in each cell indicate the four congruence classes... ..."