### Table 1: Sequence and structure statistics for the HP model for N = 16 and 18.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Hence such systems have been extensively used for gauging algorithm performances. In Table1 properties for N = 16 and 18 systems are listed [18, 19]. A structure is designable if there exists a sequence for which it represents... In PAGE 9: ...Table1 ) are subject to design by minimizing E(r0; ) for all NH. If the resulting minima are non-degenerate for xed NH, the sequences are kept as candidates for good sequences, otherwise they are discarded.... In PAGE 20: ....91 0.01 Table 6: Design results for six N = 20 o -lattice target structures. The corresponding sequences are those from Table1 in [11] but here ordered according to decreasing h 2i. Same notation as in Table 5.... ..."

### TABLE II CONNECTIVITY TEST RESULTS (OUT OF 2014 SITES)

### Table 2: Effect of observation pruning on the translation quality (average over all test sets). # inverse 10 12 14 16 18 20

2001

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### Table 2: Effect of observation pruning on the translation quality (average over all test sets). # inverse 10 12 14 16 18 20

2001

Cited by 17

### Table 2: Effect of observation pruning on the translation quality (average over all test sets). # inverse 10 12 14 16 18 20

2001

Cited by 17

### Table 2 illustrates the state of cells after 10 mobile users have been added to cell number 17. After 10 users are added to Cell # 17 13 14 16 18 8 10

1998

"... In PAGE 3: ... Table2 : States After 10 Users Are Added cell 17 (Table 2), we can see that the internal interference of cell 17 rises as a result of an increased number of internal users. The external interference level also rises a bit, because more users in cell 17 now can cross the cell boundary and contribute to external interference.... In PAGE 3: ...Table 2: States After 10 Users Are Added cell 17 ( Table2 ), we can see that the internal interference of cell 17 rises as a result of an increased number of internal users. The external interference level also rises a bit, because more users in cell 17 now can cross the cell boundary and contribute to external interference.... ..."

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### Table 9: FIT FOR z=2.014

"... In PAGE 9: ... The small vertical lines above the Si IV 1393 and C IV 1548 transitions denote the velocity centroids of the Gaussian components in the line-pro le solution where we have added 3 components to t the C IV pro les. The VPFIT solution (see Table9 ) yields an excellent reduced 2 = 1:008 with probability P 2 = 0:45. For this system we allowed for the possibility that the Doppler broadening (b values)... ..."

### Table 9: FIT FOR z =2.014

"... In PAGE 9: ... The small vertical lines above the Si IV 1393 and C IV 1548 transitions denote the velocity centroids of the Gaussian components in the line-pro le solution where we have added 3 components to t the C IV pro les. The VPFIT solution (see Table9 ) yields an excellent reduced 2 =1:008 with probability P 2 =0:45. For this system we allowed for the possibility that the Doppler broadening (b values)... ..."