### Table 4: Ground plane problem.

"... In PAGE 5: ... This reduces the storage requirement considerably, thereby allowing larger problems to be solved. Ground Plane Table4 shows the number of iterations needed by preconditioned GMRES for 10GHz frequency. A tolerance of 10A03 was specified on the relative residual norm of both the methods.... ..."

### Table 1. Energy Results for RSP application. Memory # Accesses Relative

"... In PAGE 5: ... A radar signal processing example was chosen to illustrate the minimum cost flow approach to simultaneous memory parti- tioning and register allocation with restricted memory access times. Table1 outlines the design results of restricting memory access times thus allowing the memory module to operate at a lower frequency in a low power mode (using scaled supply vol- tage ranging from 5V to 2V). This example had a maximum den- sity of variable lifetimes of 26.... ..."

### Table 5. The numbers of rooted unicursal and dual-unicursal plane maps

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"... In PAGE 17: ... The number U0 v(n) of rooted dual-unicursal plane maps is determined by formula (1.8): U0 f(n) + U0 v(n) = (n + 2)U0(n): (5:13) Initial values of the functions U0 f(n) and U0 v(n) are given in Table5 in the Appendix. Unlike the sums in (5.... ..."

### Table 3. Normalized plane functions for some self-dual planes of order 16

"... In PAGE 8: ... It might be noted that one of the planes produced is not a translation plane, namely MATH. Representative normalized plane functions are given for the three self-dual planes in Table3 and for the six non-self-dual planes in Table 4. Since only the additive structure of F16 is involved, the eld can be regarded as F4 2 under addition, and its elements thus correspond in a natural way to the numbers 0;:::;15.... ..."

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### Table 4. Normalized plane functions for some non-self-dual planes

"... In PAGE 8: ... It might be noted that one of the planes produced is not a translation plane, namely MATH. Representative normalized plane functions are given for the three self-dual planes in Table 3 and for the six non-self-dual planes in Table4 . Since only the additive structure of F16 is involved, the eld can be regarded as F4 2 under addition, and its elements thus correspond in a natural way to the numbers 0;:::;15.... ..."

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### Table 2: Experimental evaluation on Threshold, Self-Dual Threshold, and Self- Dual Fano-Plane graphs.

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### Table 1: Ground plane: Iterations for convergence of precon- ditioned GMRES.

"... In PAGE 4: ... Such con- vergence behavior is ideal for testing the effectiveness of the pre- conditioning approach for different levels of refinement as well as operating frequencies. Table1 shows the number of iterations needed by the precon- ditioned GMRES to solve the linear system. The width of each filament is one-third of its length, and thickness is 2A013cm.... ..."

### Table 3: Wire over ground plane: Iterations for convergence of preconditioned GMRES.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Filament width and thickness are identical to previous experi- ments. Table3 shows the number of iterations needed by the pre- conditioned GMRES. Solver parameters were identical to earlier experiments.... ..."

### Table 3. Average energy dissipation for dif- ferent real-world address data with non- neglected wire-to-ground capacitances.

"... In PAGE 4: ... . a22 a22 a4a6a4a5a4 a22 a1 a35 a0 a35 a0 a23 a35 a0 a13 a7a6 a29a31a30 a30 a30 a30 a30 a32 The average dissipated energy per bus usage for the dif- ferent applications are presented in Table3 below, together with its percentage of the uncoded energy dissipation. Table 3.... ..."