### Table 4. Field strength weighted mean magnetic shear angle s, transverse eld weighted angular shear a, mean free energy density f, planar sum of magnetic free energy density P f, P(MAD jBj), and linear force-free coe cients for AR 5747 for three di erent times. The values in parentheses are obtained employing the potential eld method.

"... In PAGE 4: ... The 2-D MAD multiplied by total eld strength (Figure 7) also has a similar evolutionary pattern to that of the other nonpotentiality parameters above. We summarize the variations of mean free energy density, planar sum of free energy density, and sum of MAD multiplied by eld strength in Table4 , in which the values obtained with the potential eld method for the 180 ambiguity resolution are also given in parentheses for comparison. Now we turn to the question whether our active re- gion eld is approximately linearly force-free.... In PAGE 4: ... We have already observed in Figure 2 and Figure 3 that the distribution of vertical electric current density well matches that of magnetic uxes with the correspond- ing polarity. In Table4 , we have tabulated linear force- free coe cients obtained by linear regression in Figure 8. As seen from the table, the absolute value of force- free coe cients decreased with time, as other nonpo- tentiality parameters did.... ..."

### Table 2.1: Magnetic Field Units

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### TABLE II Dipole parameters to generate magnetic field.

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### Table 1 Maximum angle (degrees) of magnetization relative to geomagnetic field

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"... In PAGE 4: ... The size of the solid angle is dependent on the aspect ratio of the ordnance item. Table1 gives the inclination of the magnetic moment of an ordnance item relative to geomagnetic coordinates (see Figure 1)3 at four different remanent magnetizations at aspect ratios of three, four, and five. The angles are generated assuming that the remanent signature is aligned along the long axis of the ordnance item; its projection can be parallel or antiparallel to the geomagnetic field.... ..."

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### TABLE 1. LDPC CODES CONSIDERED FOR MAGNETIC RECORDING APPLICATIONS Finite Field

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### Table 2.2: Magnetic Field Strengths21

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