### Table 3. Multiple testing problem with corresponding to (31) for difier- ent step-down approaches. Average number of iterations in the step-down algorithm.

### Table 11. Consequences of near-singular vertices for LS. To test the e ect of near-singularity, we start with the regular triangulation 2 of Sect. 8.3 which has 18 vertices, six of which are singular. For each i = 0; : : : ; 12 we perturb the spherical coordinates ( ; ) of each of the singular vertices by random multiples of 2?i quot;, where quot; is 4 degrees. Thus in stepping down one line in Tables 10

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"... In PAGE 37: ... For both ME and LS we choose the function f(x; y; z) = x + y + z. Without roundo error it is t exactly by the LS method, and so the errors listed in the third column of Table11 are due to the e ects of the numerical computation. The LS test was done with a set of 10,000 random data points on the sphere.... ..."

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### Table 5: Average number of capacitor switchings per contingency Complexity Group Display

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"... In PAGE 6: ...75 The number of capacitors used per trial to solve the voltage violations was examined as a measure of performance efficiency, with fewer capacitors closed reflecting more judicial use of system components. As shown in Table5 , the average number of capacitors used per trial for the number- only group was significantly lower than that of the number- plus-contour group and the contour-only group. But the number-plus-contour group did not significantly differ from the contour-only group.... ..."

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### Table 2: Change of contributing capacitors Circuit total cap

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"... In PAGE 6: ... The efficiency is due to the proposed efficient coupling detection. In Table2 , we list the number of contributing capacitors that affect switching windows in the circuit before and after the replacement in column c.capL and column c.... In PAGE 6: ...We can see from Table2 that only a small fraction of latches needs to be replaced. This implies that if a flop is implemented as two back-to-back latches, the area overhead due to the replacement is reasonably small.... ..."

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### Table 3. Rates for Vout from the switched capacitor integrator.

"... In PAGE 9: ... While in this example a place is produced for every bin assignment, in larger examples, many bins may never be encountered during simulation, so places are not generated for these unreachable bins. The places created for each bin from the integrator example are shown in the second column of Table3 . Next, transitions between bins are created when a transition between two bins is found in the simulation traces.... ..."

### Table 1: The \representation bootstrapping problem quot; look at the general frame problem, it should be obvious that, in order to provide the output required (an adequate framework), a general frame problem solver must experiment at the modeling level. Moreover, whereas \feelings of dissatisfaction quot; or \concocted counterexamples quot; will generally be the primary falsi cation criteria for ontological adequacy of a framework, they are not the ultimate ones. Reality is the ultimate arbiter. One can only make sure that a framework is ontologically adequate by stepping down to the lower levels in order to model some domain within the framework, implement the model in a computer program, and test it. Therefore, the general frame problem should be addressed on all four levels in table 1. We have used gure 1 to describe on what level abstraction level problems solutions

### TABLE 1 CIRCUIT CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OPTIMIZED MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY CASCODE BUFFER DC-DC CONVERTERS AND A STANDARD BUCK CONVERTER FOR DIFFERENT INPUT SUPPLY VOLTAGES

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### Table 5 Statistical switching of 5 MVAR capacitor bank, 200 shots, over- voltage

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"... In PAGE 4: ...0 -400 -800 Voltage(V) Figure 8 Bus 5 Voltage waveform, capacitor switching The statistical closing target time is the maximum phase A voltage at the capacitor bank and the random closing was allowed to vary over 1 cycle of 50 Hz (20ms) using a Gaussian (normal) distribution. Table5 and 6 show the results of 200 shots of statistical capacitor switching. The possible maximum voltage at 11 kV, 415V and 208V buses caused by the capacitor switching is 1.... ..."

### Table 2: The designable parameters of the presented D/A converter.

"... In PAGE 2: ... The here proposed architecture differs from previously used architectures in that the switching is fully flexible and can be programmed when generating the layout to optimally compensate for systematic errors which would otherwise deterio- rate the targeted linearity. The designable parameters of the presented D/A converter are summarized in Table2 . They have been classified in architecture level parameters and circuit level parameters Design parameters of the converter Architecture level l (number of LSBs) m (number of MSBs) Number of units (1/4/16 units) for unary current source switching sequence ... In PAGE 3: ... This splitting of the unary current source is required for 12 or 14-bit intrinsic linearity and beyond [3,4]. At least a value of 4 for number of units ( Table2 ) is required for 12-bit linearity and a value 16 units for 14-bit in the used technology. But even with this splitting there are remaining current differ- ences.... ..."

### Table 5. Tests of null hypotheses of no difference between text units. Sentences and phrases are significantly different. Precision of phrases is significantly different from that of abstracts, while other cells do not reach significance. (Ab=abstract, Se=sentence, and Ph=phrase.) Precision Effectiveness

"... In PAGE 10: ... Other results for effectiveness, and results for precision, are shown in Table 5. Two columns of Table5 contain p-values that have been adjusted for multiple testing using the restricted step-down method,13 for which a clear description is provided in Section 2.7 of Westfall and Young.... ..."