### Table 2 Componentwise Relative Errors for the Computed Solution of the ARE (3) Newton iteration Inverse free iteration d relative error relative error

1994

"... In PAGE 4: ... In addition, the \iter quot; columns in the table are the number of iterations for the two methods. Table2 is the componentwise relative errors jxij ? ^ xijj=jxijj of the computed solution ^ X = (^ xij). From these results, we see that as d ! 0, the matrix H becomes ill-conditioned.... ..."

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### Table 5. Computation chart using four parallel multipliers for inversion free arithmetic of [12].

2003

"... In PAGE 11: ... Further, our algorithm with 12 multipliers is optimal in the sense that no other parallel algorithm with 12 multipliers can complete the computation in less rounds. The actual algorithms for performing inversion free arithmetic with 4 pro- cessors is presented in Table5 . Such tables for 8 and 12 processors are presented in the full version of the paper.... ..."

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### Table 4. Summary of algorithms with varying number of processors for inversion free arithmetic of [12].

2003

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### Table 1 Residual Norms of the Computed Solution of the ARE (3) Newton iteration Inverse free iteration d cond(H) iter

1994

"... In PAGE 4: ... Table1 lists the residual norms of the computed solution ^ X by the two methods under comparison, where kresidualk1 = kAT ^ X + ^ XA ? ^ XR ^ X + Gk1. In addition, the \iter quot; columns in the table are the number of iterations for the two methods.... ..."

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### Table 1. Dimension of the three piezoelectric actuators.

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... Thedimensions of each actuator used are shown in table 1 and the MFC, Quick Pack IDE and Quick Pack are shown in figure 3. Table1 identifies the active volume of each actuator, which accounts for the polymer volume between fibers, but does not consider the material beneath the electrode as inactive due to the material still exhibiting a piezoelectric effect, but with lower coupling. 2.... ..."

### Table 2 : Control Surface Actuators and Throttle Models

### Table V. Predicted noise control for optimized actuator configuration

### Table 4: Parameter estimates and standard errors of age and age-squared in OLS regression models predicting the logarithm of annual earnings (men and women combined).

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ... In sum, thinking in terms of status as well as of class does not appear to add a great deal to our understanding of differences in age-earnings curves. To check on this impression more formally, we show in Table4 results from analyses, based on the same data as used in Figure 1, in which we regress earnings on age and age-squared. It is evident from the first panel of Table 4 that, as would be expected, the coefficients for both age terms are significantly larger for Classes I and II than for Class V+VI+VII.... In PAGE 16: ... To check on this impression more formally, we show in Table 4 results from analyses, based on the same data as used in Figure 1, in which we regress earnings on age and age-squared. It is evident from the first panel of Table4 that, as would be expected, the coefficients for both age terms are significantly larger for Classes I and II than for Class V+VI+VII. But, from the second panel, it can be seen that, while the coefficients for status band 1 are larger than those for status bands 2, 3 and 4, there is far less differentiation among the latter.... ..."

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### Table 3: Piezoelectric properties.

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... This is still acceptable however since all analysis was done for static conditions, however with a mechani- cal Q of 2 or greater (which is always the case with recent structures), the desired kinematic properties can be met. Table3 shows the material and electri- cal properties of the two types of piezoceramics used in the MFI actuators. Table 3: Piezoelectric properties.... ..."

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