### Table 6: Homoclinic bifurcations bounding the gaps

1999

"... In PAGE 35: ... Our numerical evidence, which extends their study by an order of magnitude, supports this conjecture. Upon examining the orbits that limit on the endpoints of the gap up to period 24, we can extrapolate and nd that each of the ve largest gaps is bounded by a homoclinic bifurcation, see Table6 . Thus we see that... In PAGE 38: ... First, we studied an order of magnitude more orbits than the original experiment and yet the gaps originally reported by DMS persisted. We observed that homoclinic bifurcations are responsible for these gaps and we listed the symbolic labels of the orbits that form the gap endpoints in Table6 . These gaps correspond to the creation and destruction of parame- ter intervals where the dynamics of the area-preserving H enon map appears... ..."

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### Table 1: Dynamic TCP and UDP Traffic

2001

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### Table 1: Overview of results on bifurcations from periodic solutions with spatiotem- poral symmetry and spatial symmetry in ?-equivariant dynamical systems

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ... When = = Zm, the periodic solution P is called a discrete rotating wave. A brief overview of some key papers on bifurcation from rotating waves and discrete rotating waves is sketched in Table1 . In this paper, we con ne ourselves to discussing bifurcation from isolated periodic solutions with compact spatiotemporal symmetry.... ..."

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### Table 1: Overview of results on bifurcations from periodic solutions with spatiotem- poral symmetry and spatial symmetry in ?-equivariant dynamical systems

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ... When = = Zm, the periodic solution P is called a discrete rotating wave. A brief overview of some key papers on bifurcation from rotating waves and discrete rotating waves is sketched in Table1 . In this paper, we con ne ourselves to discussing bifurcation from isolated periodic solutions with compact spatiotemporal symmetry.... ..."

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### Table 2: Dynamical features of 1-2 subsystem Supercritical vs. Subcritical cases Bifurcation type Supercritical Subcritical

### Table 2 Statistic Analysis of TCP Microflow

"... In PAGE 4: ...88, which is second order self-similar and does exhibit LRD. Figure 3 FSKSM Traffic Traces The statistical data for each of the TCP variants microflow is tabulated in Table2 . Here we defined efficiency of traffic flow as the ratio of number received packets against the total number of send packets.... ..."

### Table 1. Analysis results: dynamic

"... In PAGE 8: ... (The experimental platform will be relevant for later mea- surements of compile times.) Table1 shows the number of barriers executed dynami- cally in JIT-compiled code, the percentage of those execu- tions that can be eliminated by analysis, the breakdown of the compiled barrier executions into field and array stores, and the percentage of executions of each kind of barrier that can be eliminated. In our instrumentation of the code gener- ated for a pointer store, we also counted, for each compiled store, the number of associated barrier executions in which the pre-value of the updated location was null.... In PAGE 8: ... The last column lists the percent- age of compiled barrier executions that are for potentially pre-null stores. The percentages in Table1 are of total JIT-compiled bar- rier executions; in all cases, non-compiled barrier execu- tions (because not all methods are JIT-compiled) comprise eliminating array barriers at all in them. fewer than 3% of executed barriers, and in most cases con- siderably fewer.... ..."

### TABLE 1. Monte Carlo Analysis of Point Estimates, Standard Errors, and Confidence Interval Coverage

2004

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### Table 1: Spatiotemporal symmetry of bifurcating solutions in nonHopf bifurcation from a discrete rotating wave with (D 2n; D n) symmetry, n odd. All bifurcations are period-preserving. All bifurcations are pitchforks unless stated otherwise. Notation: j0 = gcd(j; n).

1999

"... In PAGE 19: ... Otherwise, both solutions are unstable. Finally, in all cases in Table1 , the entire local dynamics consists of the enumerated periodic solutions together with their stabilities. Example 5.... ..."

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