### Table 1: Sharing Strategies for Skycube Computation Algorithm Sharing Strategy Section

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### Table 1: Sharing Strategies for Skycube Computation Algorithm Sharing Strategy Section

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### Table 13 Recommended combined contractor pay factors (Percentage of future rehabilitation cost in current-year dollars) Contractor pay factor for relative compaction (%) Contractor pay factor

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"... In PAGE 9: ... As a result the above equation seems suitable for determining pay factors for combined conditions. An extension to include asphalt content yields the following recommendation for computing combined contractor pay factors: 1 - ) pf + (1 ) pf + (1 ) pf + (1 = cpf t ac av Rational pay factors resulting from the above analysis and expressed as percentages are summarized in Table13 . An exogenous estimate of the current-year cost of the first pavement rehabilitation cycle is necessary to translate these percentages to dollar amounts.... ..."

### Table 1.1* Summar y of Paths to Belonging and Isolation

### Table 1 summarizes our training computation. At each iteration, we compute the

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### Table 3. The activity level of connections for a negation problem computed with the quadratic err01 measure (S). and the complexity term (C).

"... In PAGE 10: ... Table3 summarizes activity levels, computed with the standard error function and with the complexity term. For the standard error function, activity levels decrease approximately linearly as the number of bidden units increases.... ..."

### Table 2 summarizes Pu

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"... In PAGE 12: ...2% 4.3% 25% 31% Table2 : Unconditional and conditional loss rates 5.3 Loss bursts In this section we look at the degree to which packet loss occurs in bursts of more than one consecutive loss.... In PAGE 12: ... We find the effect least strong for unloaded data pack- ets, which accords with these not having to contend with the connection apos;s previous packets, and having their rate dimin- ished in the face of previous loss.5 The relative differences between Pu l and Pc l in Table2 all exceed those computed by Bolot by a large factor. His great- est observed ratio of Pc l to Pu l was about 2.... In PAGE 12: ...5:1. However, his Pu l were all much higher than those in Table2 , even for = 500 msec, suggesting that the path he measured differed considerably from a typical path in our study. Given that packet losses occur in bursts, the next natural question is: how big? To address this question, we group successive packet losses into outages.... In PAGE 12: ... We suspect this reflects the fact that lengthy periods of heavy loss or outages will lead to timeout retransmissions, and these are unloaded. Note that these statistics differ from the distributions shown in Figure 5 because those are for per-connection loss rates, while Table2 summarizes loss probabilities over all the packets in each dataset. Outage Duration (sec) 0.... ..."

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### Table 3 summarizes all the computed parameters for

### Table 19: Total time of summarizing Summarizing Time

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"... In PAGE 130: ... The cost of our approach must also take into account the time necessary to compute the summaries. In Table19 we measured the amount of time it took, given a call graph, to summarize the programs. We compared this number to a standard interprocedural scalar optimizing compiler (f77 -O3).... ..."

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