### Table 1: zur Verf ugung and verbal partner collocates

### Table 2: zur Verf ugung-verb collocations as prenominal modi ers Tokens Occurrence Frequency

### Table 1. Equations (1){(2) are numerically integrated by means of a second{order Runge{ Kutta algorithm for the deterministic terms and a stochastic Euler method for the noise terms.

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### Table 2: Error in Runge example, varying d.

2006

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### Table 3: Relative global errors (L1 norm) of the primitive variables for the planar shock re ection test problem (RPSR) on a grid of 401 zones at t = 2:0. The quantity is de ned as = 1?vi. The test runs have been performed with a Courant number equal to 0.1 and the third order accurate Runge-Kutta time integration method (RK3). In parenthesis we give the standard root mean square deviation of the errors (see also Table ??).

### Table 5: CFL numbers (n: order of the Runge-Kutta scheme).

1996

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### Table 1: Number of coupling conditions in IMEX Runge-Kutta schemes

2000

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### Table 3.4: Attainable accuracy for the Runge-Kutta basis

2002

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### TABLE 1: Examples of Runge-Kutta family methods.

1998