### Table 2. Solution time (in minutes) for nonlinear dynamic analysis

"... In PAGE 38: ... model under three different conditions: without any intermediate storage, using Oracle database to save the information at every 20 time steps, and using file system to save the information at every 20 time steps. Table2 shows the solution time for the nonlinear dynamic analysis. Since the model is fairly large and some expensive elements (fiber element) and materials (nonlinear) are used in the model, the nonlinear dynamic analysis requires a significant amount of computational time.... ..."

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### Table IV. Non-linear dynamics of frame: CPU time for grade zero Jaumann stress rate hypoelasticity with updated Lagrangian formulation.

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### Table VI. Non-linear dynamics of frame: CPU time for grade zero Jaumann stress rate hypoelasto-plasticity with updated Lagrangian formulation.

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### Table 12: AT1-Most widely used styli vs. time period Conical truncated

"... In PAGE 5: ...able 11: VT1,3-Reported values on RS422 (digital values)..................................................................54 Table12 : AT1-Most widely used styli vs.... In PAGE 88: ...IST-1999-20013 07/06/02 PRESTO Consortium Public 83 Interfaces The use of 2 tone arms requires that the transcription manager software be aware that the various versions are alternatives for the same item, so that they will be properly handled and classified. Processing Transcription sets: it is convenient that the sets be composed of homogeneous items with respect to Table12 , so that the turntables can be equipped with the two styli that are most likely appropriate, probably a conical and its equivalent elliptical. Transcription process: a single pass transcription can be performed by recording the arms outputs with a 4 channel system.... ..."

### Table 12: AT1-Most widely used styli vs. time period Conical truncated

"... In PAGE 5: ...able 11: VT1,3-Reported values on RS422 (digital values)..............................................................54 Table12 : AT1-Most widely used styli vs.... In PAGE 88: ...IST-1999-20013 26/06/01 PRESTO Consortium Public 83 Interfaces The use of 2 tone arms requires that the transcription manager software be aware that the various versions are alternatives for the same item, so that they will be properly handled and classified. Processing Transcription sets: it is convenient that the sets be composed of homogeneous items with respect to Table12 above, so that the turntables can be equipped with the two styli that are most likely appropriate, probably a conical and its equivalent elliptical. Transcription process: a single pass transcription can be performed by recording the arms outputs with a 4 channel system.... ..."

### Table 4: Truncated Basis Functions Basis fn. i

"... In PAGE 7: ...ance. With this in mind, we test truncated basis functions. However, more analysis and experimentation is needed to develop insights for improving approximations. Parameters for the truncated basis functions are specified in Table4 . These are chosen so that near the initial stock price X0 = 36, we may be able to approximate the terminal value JN reasonably accurately.... ..."

### Table 2 Fits by Equation 2, the per-visit version of the generalized matching law, to the log ratio of run lengths and of visit durations as a function of the log composite reinforcer ratios.

"... In PAGE 7: ... The solid lines represent the best fit of Equation 2 to these data using the least squares meth- od. Table2 presents these fits, which, with the exception of run lengths for Rat 443, are good to excellent (r 2 .... In PAGE 11: ...9 . 0, for 3 rats. Within rats, there was no consistent difference in slopes, k9, for run lengths and visit durations. Table 5 also shows the slopes, a from fits by the generalized matching law ( Table2 ) and k1 from the local... In PAGE 13: ...COMPOSITE CONCURRENT PERFORMANCES Table 5 Fits by Equation 4, the local model applied to concurrent performance, to the log ratio of run lengths and of visit durations as a function of the log of the ratio of products of obtained reinforcer likelihoods. To facilitate compar- isons, a from Table2 and k1 from Table 3 are reproduced below. Rat k9 SE log m9 SE df r2 ak1 Run lengths 441 442 443 444 0.... In PAGE 13: ... It is unlikely that these local fluctuations can account for the lack of a relation among stay efficiency and the ratio of the scheduled likelihoods of re- inforcement and the direct relation between switch efficiencies and the ratio of the sched- uled likelihoods of reinforcement. DISCUSSION Composite concurrent performances, ob- tained by combining paired performances, were described by the generalized matching relation (Figures 1 and 2 and Table2 ). These paired performances were functionally unre- lated and were obtained from different ses- sions, sometimes widely separated in time.... ..."

### Table 3: Static Grades (G)

"... In PAGE 6: ... Contextual Information and Domain Knowledge Used Tables 1 and 2 show the values/rules of contextual information (C) and domain knowledge (function fD) being used during the outdoor experiment when they were dynamically adjusted. The values of the grade (G) when the G- matrix is statically defined are shown in Table3 . Table 4 shows the values of discount factors (Equation 8).... ..."

### Table 3: Static Grades (G)

"... In PAGE 6: ... Contextual Information and Domain Knowledge Used Tables 1 and 2 show the values/rules of contextual information (C) and domain knowledge (function fD) being used during the outdoor experiment when they were dynamically adjusted. The values of the grade (G) when the G- matrix is statically defined are shown in Table3 . Table 4 shows the values of discount factors (Equation 8).... ..."

### Table 4: Elementary School Non-Linear Production Function

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