### TABLE 5. Factor 3: Black holes.

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### Table 1 Census of Black Hole Candidates

"... In PAGE 2: ... Lee and Silvia Torres-Peimbert 70 KORMENDY 1. CENSUS OF BH CANDIDATES Table1 lists the 22 BH candidates that are available for demographic studies e ective 2000 April. The number of detections is growing rapidly as the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) pursues the search.... In PAGE 2: ...ttp://chandra.as.utexas.edu/ kormendy/bhsearch.html. The detections in Table1 are listed in three groups based on stellar dynamics, ionized gas dynamics and maser dynamics (top to bottom, respectively). Within each group, the galaxies are ordered by distance D.... In PAGE 2: ...The last column of Table1 gives the ratio of BH mass to the mass in stars in the bulge (or bulge-like: x 4) component of the galaxy. The mass in stars is calculated from the B{band absolute magnitude (column 4) and the mass{to{light ratio given by the dynamical models at large radii where the BH has no e ect.... In PAGE 8: ...hat include galaxy attening and velocity anisotropy (van der Marel et al. 1998; Gebhardt et al. 2000). When such models are tted to HST data, the errors on M are adequately small. However, for many galaxies in Table1 , this has not yet happened. Therefore some M values are likely to decrease by factors of lt; 2.... ..."

### TABLE 1 NEUTRON STAR AND BLACK HOLE SXTS

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### Table 3: Tentative black hole candidates Source Notes

"... In PAGE 11: ... Some still remain to be identi ed. Table3 provides an up to date list of tentative black candidates, according to the spectral criterion. For the transient sources the year of the outburst is indicated.... In PAGE 12: ... The optical companions (shaded regions) are assumed to ll their Roche lobe 13. Table3 comprises also several persistent X{ray binaries with an ultrasoft spec- trum. In the following subsections we summarize some of recents results on two persistent sources, 4U1957+11 and 4U0142+61: while the former still provides a viable black hole candidate, the X{ray ux from the latter has been shown to result from two X{ray pulsars systems.... ..."

### Table 5.1: Geometry of black hole thermodynamics in various dimensions.

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### Table 2 MC cumulative execution times (seconds) for the elasticity example (SIAM 3D) and the binary black hole example (BLACK HOLE).

1999

"... In PAGE 25: ... On the other hand, the convection diffusion equation used 5 domain decomposition/multigraph iterations in the final solve of its linear system, and this made the overall DD solve slightly more costly for the convection diffusion example. In Table2 , we give the execution times (in seconds) for the two MC example calculations described in section 2 (examples 3 and 4 in sections 2.3 and 2.... In PAGE 25: ... Note that if the decomposition algorithm is used in conjunction with solvers with less favorable complexities than the O(N log N) complexities in PLTMG and MC, then the decomposition algorithm would show an even larger gain over solving the global problem. From Table2 we see that although the mix of calculations was different for each subproblem, the overall times do not vary too much. Since these problems were solved completely independently, there was no time spent in communication between processors, synchronization, etc.... ..."

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### Table 1. List of Black Hole Candidates Source ` b d(kpc) E Exp1

### TABLES TABLE I. Lyapunov Exponents for the Two-Black-Hole Problem Initial Conditions Algorithm

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