### Table 1. The group structure of the set of nonsingular poin ts of cubic curv es

"... In PAGE 12: ... The nonsingular case is more complicated and the addition can be describ ed in terms of a parameterization involving elliptic functions. Table1 sho ws the group of the nonsingular poin ts of eac h cubic curv e up to pro jectiv e transformations. For eac h typ e of cubic, we ha ve chosen a canonical equation and depicted the graphic.... ..."

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### Table 2: Memory usage in Mbytes of MME global illumination with irradiance applied to various data sets (PC Linux, 1.7GHz), using constant, linear, quadratic and cubic wavelets.

2005

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### Table 4.6: Simulations (dynamic) with Linear/Cubic method for beam (no patch) Simulation 6. We apply the Cubic/Cubic method for Test 3 (Table 4.7).

1997

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### Table 1: Timings in seconds of Master-Element global illumina- tion with radiosity and vector irradiance applied to various data sets (PC Linux, 1.7GHz), using constant, linear, quadratic and cubic wavelets.

2005

"... In PAGE 5: ...n the three colors R,G,B. Examples are shown in Figures 5, 7. Figure 5: Our method applied to a scene with diffuse and moder- ately glossy objects. 5 Results Table1 shows some timings obtained under various configurations. We have also implemented master-element based radiosity to com- pare with vector-irradiance.... ..."

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### Table 1: Timings in seconds of Master-Element global illumina- tion with radiosity and vector irradiance applied to various data sets (PC Linux, 1.7GHz), using constant, linear, quadratic and cubic wavelets.

2005

"... In PAGE 5: ...n the three colors R,G,B. Examples are shown in Figures 5, 7. Figure 5: Our method applied to a scene with diffuse and moder- ately glossy objects. 5 Results Table1 shows some timings obtained under various configurations. We have also implemented master-element based radiosity to com- pare with vector-irradiance.... ..."

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### Table 3: Stable Coalition Structures Under Different Transfer Schemes*

in Transfers

"... In PAGE 17: ... However, none of the internally stable coalitions is also externally stable. Hence, there is no stable coalition without transfers when valuations are derived from the CWSM model (see also Table3 ). 4.... ..."

### Table 4: Statistical results of applying the algorithms to the German Towns data set.

2002

"... In PAGE 13: ... 10(b), we can conclude that it is certainly arguable if this data set contains significant structure. Table4 shows similar hit rates as before and the K-means algorithm was again the fastest. Finally, we processed the well-known Iris data set with both algorithms.... ..."

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### Table 4 Equilibrium constants for the cubic structure of GaN at T 300 K compared with other theoretical and experimental results

"... In PAGE 8: ...t volume V. The strain (6) can be used for any cubic lattice. For an isotropic cubic crystal [46], the bulk modulus is given exactly by B 1 3 C11 2C12 : 8 Using (7) and (8) we obtained the values of C11 and C12. The results are displayed in Table4 along with some data of literature. A good agreement is observed.... ..."

### Table 7.2: Translation vectors for stacking faults in a cubic face centered structure

### Table 4 Skin structure.

"... In PAGE 13: ... The primary means of thermoregulation by the human body is the rerouting of blood ow from deeper blood vessels to more super cial skin vessels, or vice versa. Table4 (from [8]) shows the approximate depths of skin blood vessels. Skin blood ow is increased to an area when the local temperature of that part is raised, when an irritant is applied, or when the body temperature as a whole is elevated [10].... In PAGE 14: ...1. Derivation of Heat Flow in the Forearm We model the arm as a set of four concentric cylinders of increasing radius, based on the information in Table4 (see [9,35,36] for related bioheat models). Figure 2 demonstrates the variables used in this derivation.... ..."