### Table 3 Comparing tight and non-tight automata

"... In PAGE 10: ... Reachability analysis of the automaton usually reduces runtime, but it does not help in reducing the values of m and n. Table3 compares tight to non-tight Bcurrency1 uchi automata when searching for a simple path. The column labeled St in this table indicates whether each property passes (P), or remains undecided (U).... In PAGE 10: ... All properties in this table are passing properties. The column labeled St has the same meaning as in Table3 ; the column labeled tl, when present, reports the ter- mination length. Tables 5 and 6 show the results of applying different methods when handling multiple fairness conditions.... ..."

### Table 3: Results based on tightness

in Data Transmission Strategies over Networks with Different QoS Levels and All You Can Send Pricing

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"... In PAGE 15: ...urves, supplier 4 has more bin usage share as 85.73%. Even though Supplier 1 is cheaper at low bandwidth, supplier 4 is cheaper at high bandwidth and high quality. ======================== Insert Figure 4 here ======================== The results of the effect of tightness are given in Table3 . When tightness increases from 50% to 90% the number of bins used and the total cost increases by 69.... ..."

### Table 3. A tight configuration

"... In PAGE 10: ... 73 Table3 presents a sample of the simulation results for what we termed as a tight configuration input. This refers to the situation where the overall capacity of the trucks deployed is just about enough to meet the overall demand of the stations.... ..."

### Table VII. Complexity of TIGHT CONSEQUENCE.

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### Table 3. Taskset with tight deadlines.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Compared to the energy con- sumption of the taskset with all devices in the powered up state at all times (1125 units), this results in energy savings of almost 50%. Table3 is an example of a taskset that is more I/O- intensive. Figures 7 and 8 show the corresponding task and device schedules.... ..."

### TABLE I EQUIANGULAR TIGHT FRAMES

### TABLE I EQUIANGULAR TIGHT FRAMES

### Table 1. Indices of regulations

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"... In PAGE 12: ... EUROCONTROL Network effect: A possible model to highlight interdependencies between flow management regulations EEC Note No.: 22/2006 x LIST OF TABLES Table1 .... In PAGE 37: ...ummer (peak traffic) of 2004 for all ECAC states, i.e. 11th June, 18th June, 25th June, 2nd July, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th July. Traffic over collapsed sector LFEUEXE (with R1 as a label in the rest of the report), over sector LFEUN (R2 in the rest of the report) and over collapsed sector LFEESE (R3 in the rest of the report) managed by Reims FMP in France (LFEEACC) was regulated by three flow regulations ( Table1 ). The CFMU data obtained for the environment and the final traffic demand FTFM, was used for those simulations.... In PAGE 76: ... So, it can be concluded that NEVAC detects each significant interaction (in this case superior than 10 minutes). Concerning the classification tree, green column in Table1 1, this shows that there is an indication of interaction, but it is hard to say to which extent. Therefore, it could be interesting to see what the shape of the classification tree is when delta is presented by intervals.... ..."

### Table 1. Regulator Computations

"... In PAGE 19: ... j =171554, a number of 3109 decimal digits. The period of is 775. It took just under 15 CPU minutes to compute . For the examples given in Table1 , we randomly generated monic polynomials G; H 2 Fp[t]sothatdeg(GH2) 0(mod 3), G and H are both squarefree, and gcd(G; H) = 1. Each row of the table speci es the prime p, the polynomials G and H,theperiodl of the fundamental unit of K = Fp(t; 3 pGH2), the regulator R of... In PAGE 21: ...1265 Table1 . (Continued) p G H l R Time 41 t2 +23t +26 t2 +12t +4 291 292 0:77 sec 41 t4 +15t3 +4t2 + 37t +14 t +28 24238 24248 1min37sec 41 t3 +30t2 +35t +9 t3 +29t2+15t+38 961413 962005 1h25min 71 t2 +19t +63 t2 +29t +66 550 551 1:50 sec 71 t4+9t3+9t2+3t+ 20 t +56 41058 41064 2min49sec 71 t3 +30t2 +37t +2 t3 +13t2+66t+34 1408409 1408658 2h7min 89 t2 +8t +56 t2 +22t +67 1317 1318 3:87 sec 89 t4 +23t3 +50t2 + 67t +35 t +79 116511 116520 8min1sec 107 t2 +58t +74 t2 +54t +86 3862 3863 11:98 sec 197 t2 +27t + 125 t2 +65t + 158 6525 6526 20:20 sec 401 t2 +51t + 400 t2 +71t +59 26925 26926 1min24sec 797 t2 + 526t + 353 t2 + 765t + 687 70680 70681 3min42sec 983 t2 +15t + 279 t2 + 740t + 864 107574 107575 5min33sec We point out that for small genus and large eld of constants, knowledge of the regulator sometimes uniquely determines the divisor class number h of the eld, or at least narrows h down to only a few possible values.... In PAGE 21: ...roof of Theorem 6.5. Usually, there are only a few multiples of R that fall within these bounds. For example, the last ve examples in Table1 each permit only three possible values for h. We plan to investigate the computation of a suitable approximation of h by means of truncated Euler products in a forthcoming paper.... ..."

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