### Table 1. Energy and voltage accuracy results. (Note that Vstart is not open-circuit voltage.)

### TABLE 2 Fifth Order Chebychev Filter, Open Circuit Fault Results

"... In PAGE 5: ... . Figure 5 Fifth Order Chebychev Filter TABLE2 Fifth Order Chebychev Filter, Open Circuit Fault Results OPEN Rfault [ohm] Rtypical [ohm] Frequency [Hz] Decision R1 1.1k 1Meg 300 Accepted R2 1.... ..."

### Table I. C. On-Chip Inductor, Capacitor, and Output Resistance of the Driving Buffer Since the transmission line network of a resonant H-tree is a passive linear network (assuming the inverter at the leaf node is modeled as a constant gate capacitance), a one-port network, as depicted in Fig. 9, is used to model the H-tree sector. The driving buffer of the resonant clock tree is modeled as a voltage source

### Table 10: Open circuit voltage in a 10. 16x 10.16 cm plane located 17.8 cm from the LAPSS flash lamps.

"... In PAGE 22: ... A smaller test plane area was characterized because the LAPSS casing will not allow uniform illumination beyond this size at this location. The results, shown in Table10 , are single measurements to minimize variations due to changing cell temperature or intensity. The average horizontal VW ranged from a high of .... ..."

### Table 8: Corrected open circuit voltage in a 15.24x 15.24 cm plane, 61 cm from the flash lamps.

### Table1. Part of the data of the fault dictionary (SC-:short circuit, OC-:open circuit )

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### Table 7: Open circuit voltage in a 15.24x 15.24 cm plane located approximately 61 cm from the LAPSS flash lamps with additional measurements at position (0,0) for comparison.

### Table 1n3a Inverting Amplin0cer Fault Classes

"... In PAGE 2: ...in0berential stagen2c i.e. the gain is very low. We can classify most of the bridgingfaultstonode 2 in one of twofault groupsn3a A and B in Table1 n2c accordingto whether theoutput swings tothe positiveornegative supply voltage. On theother handn2c the bridgingfault from node1to node2causes transistors M8 and M5n2c the source load for the din0berential stagen2c to combine.... In PAGE 2: ...9 35u 0 150 1e20 m8n2doc ferent reasons. These twofault en0bects are grouped in Lin Table1 . Wehave classin0ced 33 possible bridging faultsand23open circuit faultsinto 16 groupsn2c in Table 1n2c thus reducingthenumber of faultsimulations bytwothirds.... In PAGE 2: ... These twofault en0bects are grouped in LinTable 1. Wehave classin0ced 33 possible bridging faultsand23open circuit faultsinto 16 groupsn2c in Table1 n2c thus reducingthenumber of faultsimulations bytwothirds. Fivefaults could not be grouped.... ..."

### Table 2: The initial and adequate model. The initial model is nally simpli ed by approximating and dropping model frag- ments. For example, in the initial model the battery is a Voltage-source-with- -resistance. However, the internal resistance of the battery is very small, so that the approximation Constant-voltage-source is applicable. Similarly, wire-1 apos;s re- sistance can be assumed to be constant, rather than temperature dependent. The simpli cation process also determines that the thermal properties of pointer-1 and battery-1 are irrelevant, and hence it drops the corresponding model fragment classes from the model. The adequate model, resulting from this simpli cation process, is shown in the third column of Table 2.4

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### Table 3: Nonlinear solver results for BJT inverter circuit. The entry - indicates that the problem did not converge.

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"... In PAGE 39: ...igure 13. Inverter Schematic. The result for a transient simulation of the inverter is shown in Figure 14. Nonlinear solver results are shown in Table3 . For all the results presented here, the nonlinear Poisson solution was used as an initial guess, as without it, none of the methods would have been successful.... In PAGE 41: ... When one is high, the other should be low, and vice-versa. The results presented in Table3 notwithstanding, it is often possible to obtain con- vergence with the full-Newton algorithm for mixed-level problems, even with high- valued voltage sources. However, doing so requires that the user apply a con- tinuation algorithm by hand, either by using the DC sweep capability of Xyce, or, in the case of a transient simulation, gradually ramping up the voltage source(s) over time, and letting the time integrator handle step size control, rather than the continuation algorithm.... ..."