### Table 2: Performance summary for our control-theoretic approach.

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### Table 2: Performance summary for our control-theoretic approach.

### Table 1. Performance Specification

2001

"... In PAGE 6: ... With radius of 0.5, the theoretical settling time is about 8 sampling peri- ods, which guarantees the specification in Table1 . In the experiment, based on the model, the calculated controller settings are 0.... In PAGE 11: ... Furthermore, as we showed in Section 4, based on system modeling, we per- formed systematic design based on control theory. Given the performance specification such as steady-state error and settling time in Table1 , we designed the controller that satisfies the specification. Through this approach, we have theoretically and experimentally proved the effec- tiveness of our DFCS framework.... ..."

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### Table 1. Performance Specification

2001

"... In PAGE 6: ... With radius of 0.5, the theoretical settling time is about 8 sampling peri- ods, which guarantees the specification in Table1 . In the experiment, based on the model, the calculated controller settings are 0.... In PAGE 11: ... Furthermore, as we showed in Section 4, based on system modeling, we per- formed systematic design based on control theory. Given the performance specification such as steady-state error and settling time in Table1 , we designed the controller that satisfies the specification. Through this approach, we have theoretically and experimentally proved the effec- tiveness of our DFCS framework.... ..."

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### Table 1: Performance Measures for Job-shop Scheduling and Control

2001

"... In PAGE 2: ... Our distributed, evolutionary approach to scheduling avoids these problems by removing the requirement for a truly optimal solution, requiring instead only a towards-optimal (but practical and useful) solution. The goal is to optimize (often) conflicting local and global performance measures (French, 1983), as outlined in columns one and two of Table1 . A secondary goal is to minimize the variance in the global stability measures in column three, in order to maximize the stability of the system.... ..."

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### Table 1 Federated vs. mediated approach federated approach mediated approach

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### Table 1. SOA migration strategies

"... In PAGE 2: ... However, certain characteristics of legacy systems like platform, language, architecture, and the target SOA may complicate the task. Table1 classifies the existing SOA migration strategies. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1 Comparison of six approaches. Approach Migration

"... In PAGE 17: ... E is a measure of the computational effort necessary to yield a solution to this problem with 99% probability. Table1 shows the computation effort for each of the six approaches to solving this problem. Table 1 Comparison of six approaches.... ..."

### Table 2. Indexes for classifying the instructional approach Approaches

"... In PAGE 6: ... Dexter, Anderson, and Becker (1999) noted that technology-using teachers range along a continuum of instructional approaches, from teacher-centered to student-centered. The researchers of the current study contrasted the features of case-teacher instructional routines and practices with the indexes listed in Table2 to determine the features of the instructional approach used by the case teacher. Case teacher technology applications.... ..."

### TABLE 3: Comparison of TACO approach with scaling approach

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