### Table 3. Advantages and disadvantages of the fractional-N technique.

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### TABLE I Speci cation of the problems and simulation results with two point crossover (X2) and mutation technique M5.

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### Table 2. Two-Point Distribution of Funds

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### Table 7 Shared vs. Unique Information in Simulation 5

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### Table 4. Fractions of n stored in Suffix Lists and Hashing with Open Addressing.

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### Table 2:RatioE(LN)=E(L) of 95% con dence intervals for the slope in simple linear regression: replicated two-point designs. Ratios for prespeci ed case are exact, ratios for any case are based on 100,000 simulations. 2 = :05.

### Table 2.1: Relation of two-point probability functions

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