### Table 2. AISA fixed parameters in Scenario 2

2003

"... In PAGE 8: ...o the one used by Racz et al. [10]). Background traffic is characterized by the printing traffic flow, which is modeled as a long-sized file transfer (FTP). Table2 presents AISA parameters that remained unchanged throughout sim- ulations of Scenario 2. Since the mouse traffic rate is low, parameters that influ- ence on how fast a bridge increases or decreases a rendezvous time period (in- cluding inc bound, dec bound, inc rate and dec rate) have no effect over mouse generated traffic.... ..."

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### Table 2. Fixed parameter settings (Figure 1)

"... In PAGE 4: ... We empirically evaluate the effect of one parameter of Table 1 at a time, while keeping all other parameters constant. For the constant parameters we x two sets of values ( Table2 ). In Setting A, the task is to nd k = 5 true disease loci from d = 500 loci in total.... ..."

### Table 1: The Fixed-Parameter Complexity of the LCS Problem Alphabet Size j j Problem Parameter Unbounded Fixed

### Table 1: The Fixed-Parameter Complexity of the LCS Problem Alphabet Size j j

### Table 2: Physics-based tracking problem: Free and Fixed Parameters

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### Table 5.1: Fixed parameters of the co-evolutionary algorithm.

### Table 1: New parameterized complexity results for several NP-complete variants of Vertex Cover treated in this work. The parameter k is the size of the desired vertex cover, m denotes the number of edges, and n denotes the number of vertices.

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... The parameter k is the size of the desired vertex cover, m denotes the number of edges, and n denotes the number of vertices. surveyed in Table1 . In our presentation, n denotes the number of vertices and m denotes the number of edges of the input graph.... In PAGE 20: ...Conclusion We extended the parameterized complexity picture for natural variants and gen- eralizations of Vertex Cover. Table1 in Section 2 summarizes our new results. Notably, whereas the fixed-parameter tractability of Vertex Cover immedi- ately follows from a simple search tree strategy, this does not appear to be the case for all of the problems studied here.... ..."

### Table 1) Fixed parameters across different architectural configurations

"... In PAGE 6: ... A number of three microarchitecture-independent technology-dependent specifications were found to be influential on the ultimate customized configurations found for the workloads. Table1 displays the values considered for these fixed specifications. The memory access latency determines the amount of time required to access the main memory.... ..."

### Table 1: NLPBF scores for the TVAR models relative to the fixed-parameter AR model of the same order. TVAR-S(k) denotes the standard parameterisation with a model order of k.

1999

"... In PAGE 26: ...ame order is presented i.t.o. the NLPBF values in Table1 , and show strong support for the TVAR models in all cases. The reconstruction performance results for the TVAR models, pre- sented in Table 2, were found to be a lot less sensitive to the specific values chosen for the model order, compared to that of the corresponding fixed-parameter AR models.... ..."

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