### TABLE 2. Many degrees of freedom system with multiple equilibria; low-order statistics for the climate variable x and the first unresolved mode Y1.

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### TABLE 1. Many degrees of freedom system with stable periodic orbit; low-order statistics for the climate varibles x1 and x2;CTde- noted correlation time.

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### Table 1: Means of the rst eigenvalue 4 1 for quot; = 0:1 ( N = 20 ) Approximation Simulation low-order higher-order

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"... In PAGE 12: ...Table1 and 2 low- and higher-order approximations of the mean and the variance of n 1 are summarized which result from the expansions (10) for various values of the parameters and and for a correlation length quot; = 0:1. The analytical results are compared with Monte-Carlo simulations using a partition of N = 20 subintervals of [0; 1] (which gives quot; = 2 N = 0:1) and 105 realizations of r quot;(x; !) and quot;(x; !).... ..."

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### TABLE 1. Summary of simulations. would be di erent from that used by Lilly (1967). In order for the Smagorin- sky model to behave in a similar manner to the traditional structured-grid- low-order schemes, the same Smagorinsky length scale has to be used,

### Table 1 Flop counts (ignoring low order terms) for computing xULV using Algorithm TLS-HULV1.

### Table 2 Flop counts (ignoring low order terms) for computing xULV using low-rank TLS algorithms.

"... In PAGE 12: ... 7.2 The Low-Rank TLS Algorithms The number of ops to compute Vk by the various low-rank TLS algorithms are given in Table2 . We ignored the fact the dimensions of the active submatrix L(i: n + 1; i: n + 1) in Algorithm TLS-LULV1 or L(i: m; i: n + 1) in Algorithms TLS-LULV2,3 are actually decreasing in each step since k n.... ..."

### Table 1: Cluster analysis using complete linkage

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"... In PAGE 10: ...pproaches is statistical, i.e. cluster analysis, the other is neural, i.e. self-organizing maps. The statistical results presented in Table1 were obtained with hierarchical agglomerative clustering by using complete linkage as the fusion algorithm. The results from centroid or Ward clustering are quite similar.... ..."

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### Table 1: DC-DC converter example. Error of the DC out- put voltage for hp-type high-order, p-type high-order, and low- order method.

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"... In PAGE 6: ... 3. The result is oscillation free and very accurate, as noted from the comparisons of the error in the output voltage presented in Table1 . The second order Gear method requires two orders of mag- nitude more timepoints to reach comparable accuracy, while using global high-order basis functions, such as used in harmonic bal- ance, leads to large errors.... ..."

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### Table 1: DC-DC converter example. Error of the DC out- put voltage for hp-type high-order, p-type high-order, and low- order method.

in 11.1 A multi-interval Chebyshev collocation method for efficient high-accuracy RF circuit simulation

"... In PAGE 6: ... 3. The result is oscillation free and very accurate, as noted from the comparisons of the error in the output voltage presented in Table1 . The second order Gear method requires two orders of mag- nitude more timepoints to reach comparable accuracy, while using global high-order basis functions, such as used in harmonic bal- ance, leads to large errors.... ..."

### Table 1. Low-order resonances of the normal modes of the condensate and the corresponding values of the anisotropy parameter of the external trap.

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"... In PAGE 6: ...Table1 are shown the values of the trap anisotropy for low-order resonances accord- ing to Eq. (10) and (11).... ..."

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