### Table 1. Stability regions of some nonlinearities.

"... In PAGE 2: ...not necessarily its satisfaction. The stability condition (4) has been evaluated for frequently applied nonlinearities and the resulting stability regions are given in Table1 . For those nonlinear functions with two entries in the stability-condition column, the first one is an unconditional stabil- ity condition, whereas the second entry is conditioned on satisfy-... In PAGE 3: ...1. Difficult distributions From Table1 it becomes clear, that if a non-Gaussian distri- bution exists that is neither separable by CVB4D9B5 BP D9 BF nor by CVB4D9B5 BP CPD8CPD2CWB4D9B5, it has to show a positive kurtosis, since CVB4D9B5BPD9 BF covers all negative-kurtosis distributions, but the sta- bility region of CVB4D9B5BPCPD8CPD2CWB4D9B5 does not include all positive- kurtosis distributions. One such peculiar distribution was given by Douglas [5].... ..."

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### Table 1. The Calculated Results for Analyzed Data-Set

2000

"... In PAGE 9: ... In order to have easy interpretable models, we have fixed the maximal number of terms in the equation to be equal to 8 and the maximum degree of polynoms to be equal to 3. The calculations performed using the select params option of the ANALYSIS are summarized in Table1 . The number of stored models was 3.... In PAGE 9: ... It was shown that the use of significant variables, as detected by MUSEUM, = improved PLS results (compare data in column 7 vs. column 6 in Table1 ). The similar tendency was also observed if only variables found to be relevant by the PNN algorithm were used in the cross-validation calculations (compare the last and 7 columns of Table 1).... In PAGE 12: ... b Number of significant PLS components. c The cross-validated q2 calculated using input variables optimized by MUSEUM approach (unless not stated otherwise the PLS results are from Table1 and 15 of (2)). d Number of input variables selected by PNN.... ..."

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### Table 2: Application of various AWBT stability conditions

1995

"... In PAGE 22: ... Note that the Hanus apos; conditioned controller has no free AWBT parameters to \tune quot; or optimize nonlinear performance. Table2 shows the results of applying the stability tests from Theorems 2, 3, 4 (using a nite series expansion of the multiplier), and the o -axis circle criterion, for various values of H1 = L in the observer-based anti-windup scheme. The corresponding multipliers X ? W (s) establishing stability for the four cases above, using Theorem 4 and the nite dimensional approximation of the multiplier, as discussed in x3.... ..."

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### Table 1 ISI Journal of Observations

"... In PAGE 3: ... (1990, 1994a). A journal of NML Cyg observations is provided in Table1 and contains the nal calibrated visibilities along with error bounds representing the statistical uncertainty of each visibility measurement (corresponding to 15 minutes of on-source integra- tion in most cases). Note that the measurement at the longest baseline yielded only an upper bound to the visibility.... ..."

### Table 2: Number of controller refreshments in nonlinear simulations.

1997

"... In PAGE 11: ...: dotted every 50 deg.: dashdot; no refreshment: dashed The simulations corresponding to di erent refreshment strategies, Table2 , are compared in Figure 3 with the fully-continuous simulations, that are obtained using the original continuous gain-scheduled con- troller. It can be seen that when the discrete controller is refreshed at each sample, the time responses are... In PAGE 12: ...using the trapezoidal method with a sampling frequency of 50 Hz. When the discrete controller is refreshed every 30 degrees of observed deviation the total amount of ops is roughly divided by 120 ( Table2 ) without signi cant performance degradation. With fewer refreshments (every 50 degrees), alterations of the per- formance are more visible in the transient and steady-state zones of the responses.... ..."

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### Table 2: Number of controller refreshments in nonlinear simulations.

1997

"... In PAGE 11: ...: dotted every 50 deg.: dashdot; no refreshment: dashed The simulations corresponding to di erent refreshment strategies, Table2 , are compared in Figure 3 with the fully-continuous simulations, that are obtained using the original continuous gain-scheduled con- troller. It can be seen that when the discrete controller is refreshed at each sample, the time responses are... In PAGE 12: ...using the trapezoidal method with a sampling frequency of 50 Hz. When the discrete controller is refreshed every 30 degrees of observed deviation the total amount of ops is roughly divided by 120 ( Table2 ) without signi cant performance degradation. With fewer refreshments (every 50 degrees), alterations of the per- formance are more visible in the transient and steady-state zones of the responses.... ..."

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### Table 6. Merits and Demerits of the Phenology Approaches With Regard to Their Use in SVAT Schemes and Hydrological Models

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### Table 1: Areas of regions (in km2) with positive danger at 3 and 5 hours into the simulation.

"... In PAGE 21: ... In comparison, UPF- and EKF-based estimates of the danger eld are too concentrated. This can be seen clearly in Table1 , which shows the areas of the regions with positive danger. As the UKF and EKF estimators are both plug-in estimators based on (1.... ..."

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### Table 1 Prescribed system architecture

"... In PAGE 6: ...2.2 Prescribed System Architecture The system architecture is completely prescribed, as in Figure 4; see Table1 for a structured ... ..."

### Table 8. Number of different states using Nonlinear Elimination.

"... In PAGE 18: ... The observation should be made that the trend of changes remained constant for all three multiplication factors. Table8 shows that the biggest reduction in sensitivity was obtained when we used the Nonlinear Elimination algorithm. For 6R general and Puma manipulators the sensitivity to units was 4.... In PAGE 21: ... Now, solving this subsystem of equations is an attempt in orienting the manipulator in the work space without paying attention to positioning. A degree of success of such an approach is depicted in Table8 . The sensitivity to units for Puma manipulator was completely removed while for 6R general manipulator it was reduced to about ... ..."