### Table 1. Comparison of several intra-operative frameless navigation systems.

2001

"... In PAGE 25: ...997, Tronnier et al. 1997) and ultrasound (Koivukangas et al. 1992, Galloway et al. 1993) will determine the main modality in intra-operative localization. Table1 lists the differences in error, interference sources and clinical use for the previously mentioned localization methods. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 2: Non-linear Data sets with f(x)=x

"... In PAGE 17: ... In these data sets the true R 2 was chosen to be larger than in the linear data sets in order to have a comparison in this range. But the multiple regression method was given the strong advantage of having the correct nonlinear function (see Table2 ), so only the coe cients and the constant term of the three non-linear components of the regression had to be estimated. With this considerable advantage the linear method is surely an optimal or nearly optimal... ..."

### Table 12: The values of the coefficients of the non-linear model that estimates the development effort for the server (the measured effort has been corrected).

2002

"... In PAGE 54: ....1.2 The Non-Linear Model The parameters (power coefficients) of the non-linear model were defined using the same principle as for the linear model. Their values were obtained by minimising the objective functions that contain the corrected measured development efforts are presented in Table12 , and Table 13 shows the corresponding error distribution. The strategies used to minimise W produced slightly different results (not noticeable in Table 12).... In PAGE 54: ... Their values were obtained by minimising the objective functions that contain the corrected measured development efforts are presented in Table 12, and Table 13 shows the corresponding error distribution. The strategies used to minimise W produced slightly different results (not noticeable in Table12 ). For this reason, the corresponding percentile error distribution differs insignificantly between the two strategies (case ); for this reason the results for both strategies can be observed.... In PAGE 56: ...Table12 , the following non-linear models for estimating the development effort for the server can be derived: () 6 . 8 7 0 .... ..."

### Table 23: The percentile error distribution of the estimated development effort for the client (the non-linear model, the measured effort has been corrected).

2002

### Table 2 3D RMS before registration, after linear registration and after non-linear registration evaluated over the region of interest (ROI) Displ.

1986

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### Table 1: SSD reduction and convergence results for the knee example. The tables show the image sizes and the reductions of the image difference ver- sus the discretization level. The reduction in the difference is obtained from either the coarse grid correction, the coarse/linear, and the fine/non-linear registration. The reduction is given in percent (%), where the initial differ- ence on a particular level is considered as 100%. We also give the number of iterations spend for the coarse/linear and fine/non-linear parts. coarse/linear

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### Table 7 The non-linearity

"... In PAGE 15: ...ig. 20. Mean pulse height/energy vs. energy for pions. example, in the case of 8 : 2 con quot;guration of T411 beam test, the average density of the calorimeter module was 6.69 g/cm3 ( Table7 ). SPACAL group obtained lateral size parameter j1 quot;17.... ..."

### Table 4: Average number of Newton iterations for solving the linearized model in non-linear Fair-estimation.

in Solution of Linear Programming and Non-Linear Regression Problems Using Linear M-Estimation Methods

1999

"... In PAGE 109: ...Table4 : Results for the updating routine of the software package when used as a tool for nding L from scratch. Times are given in seconds.... ..."

### Table 5: Percent of correct orientation region guesses, given as a decimal, for the non-linear configuration of landmarks shown in Figure 5 after one local move and a second angle measure.

1994

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