### Table 1. Library of Congress Subject Headings and Class Groups for the 21 Journals Citing the Journal of the American Chemical Society

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"... In PAGE 15: ... This can be done by showing what subject headings and class numbers are assigned to these 21 journals by the United States Library of Congress (LC). Table1 gives these subject headings and class numbers. The subject headings should be self-evident, but the class numbers may require some explanation.... In PAGE 16: ... 3.2 Methods A matrix of 21 x 21 cells can be constructed from the list of journals provided in Table1 (Appendix I). This matrix is asymmetrical: the cases (rows) are cited by the same set of journals in the columns.... ..."

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### Table 2. Results comparison for the three formulations using finite-differences

"... In PAGE 6: ... Therefore finite-differences were used as a preliminary sensitivity method. The architecture was tested using five jig twist and thickness variables, as well as five elements and panels, and the results are shown in Table2 along with the corresponding MDF and sequential results for comparison.... In PAGE 6: ...Table 2. Results comparison for the three formulations using finite-differences As can be seen from Table2 , the design variables determined by the proposed architecture agree very closely with the MDF results. Consequently, both architectures converged to the same maximum range value, which is significantly higher than the value determined by the sequential approach.... ..."

### Table 2: Performance of stable memories for the smartcard

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### Table 2: Performance of stable memories for the smartcard

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### Table 2: The Mapped ATM Rates (in cells per second), using three methods: Simulation, uniform approach, and worst-case approach.

"... In PAGE 4: ... We calculated the minimum, average, and peak rates of the video traces using the same algorithms as in [9]. Table2 compares the ATM rates obtained by simulation against the ATM rates estimated using the uniform and worst-case mapping methods. We measured the ATM parameters4 at point M1 of Figure 2.... In PAGE 4: ... The uniform approach seems to give a better ap- proximation of the simulated ATM rates, even for the slice source, where the distribution of the datagram sizes mod 48 is far from the uniform distribution. As Table2 shows, this approach also tends to underes- timate the ATM rates as opposed to the worst-case approach. We speculate that the uniform approach more reasonably maps the IP TSpecs to the ATM TD apos;s for other tra c types than the other approach.... ..."

### Table 2. 96 Cell-DEVS finite differences cells with 117 nodes.

"... In PAGE 6: ... To enhance Cell-DEVS Finite Differences results, and to verify the conversion of our Cell-DEVS simulation with that of FEM software, we ran another simulation with Cell-DEVS increasing the number of nodes to 13 X 9. The results of this simulation are shown in Table2 . The corresponding cells (representing node temperatures) are marked with bold font for comparing the re- sults.... In PAGE 6: ... 96 Cell-DEVS finite differences cells with 117 nodes. The difference in values between FEM software results, our Cell-DEVS Finite Differences results in Table 1 and those in Table2 on the convection side comes from the fact that we used constant temperature Finite triangular elements, which are a rough estimate for the varying field. These elements are good to study a slow varying filed over the material.... ..."

### Table 1. New, Spectral Method Table 2. Finite Di erence Discretization

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"... In PAGE 68: ...f the kidney-shaped region displayed in Figure 3.21. Using the new, spectral method5 and a nite di erence approach6, we compare the area lost over a time t = 0:0125 with the exact answer, 0:0125 = 0:0785398 (see [51]). From Table1 , we see that the new, spectral method is adequate for nding solutions to within a 1% error. As we shall see in the next chapter, even more accurate results are practical using the transform methods 5A direct evaluation of the Fourier summations was carried out.... In PAGE 96: ...e consider the motion by mean curvature of a collapsing sphere with initial radius 0.4. Using the new, spectral discretization of the MBO-method the volume lost over a time t = 0:03 was compared to the exact answer, 0:16 , for several . The results for a number of experiments are given in Table1 1, below. Error Conv.... In PAGE 105: ...he exact answer, 0.044508, which was found by integration of (5.34). The results for a number of experiments are given in Table1 2, below. Error Conv.... ..."

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### Table 4 - 4. Finite element results for edgewise compressive study using elastic material

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"... In PAGE 52: ... The test matrix of t he edgewise compressive loading study was determined to be a better test bed for development of a new approach. Table4 - 1. FEM results for preliminary study Set 6 8 13 15 0.... In PAGE 54: ... While this t echnique can capture the onset of yield, a method to accurately represent the post - yield behavior must be explored. Table4 - 2. Determination of ultimate yield stress using facesheet plasticity in non - delaminated model.... In PAGE 55: ... Table4 - 3. Determination of ultimate yield stress using core plasticity in non - delaminated model.... In PAGE 64: ... Table4 - 5. Finite element results for the edgewise compressive stud y using an elasto - plastic material model.... ..."

### Table 4 - 5. Finite element results for the edgewise compressive stud y using an elasto -

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"... In PAGE 52: ... The test matrix of t he edgewise compressive loading study was determined to be a better test bed for development of a new approach. Table4 - 1. FEM results for preliminary study Set 6 8 13 15 0.... In PAGE 54: ... While this t echnique can capture the onset of yield, a method to accurately represent the post - yield behavior must be explored. Table4 - 2. Determination of ultimate yield stress using facesheet plasticity in non - delaminated model.... In PAGE 55: ... Table4 - 3. Determination of ultimate yield stress using core plasticity in non - delaminated model.... In PAGE 63: ... Table4 - 4. Finite element results for edgewise compressive study using elastic material model.... ..."

### Table 3. Comparison of deployment approaches.*

"... In PAGE 8: ... Table 2 shows a high-level comparison of deploy- ment approaches in terms of applicability. Table3 (next page) provides a more detailed, qualitative comparison between manual, script-, language-, and model-based deployment solutions in terms of automation, self-management, expres- siveness, and barriers to first use. Automation (Self-Management) Scripts introduce deployment automation through their ability to repeat a set of steps specified in a file and to form closed control loops through events.... ..."