### Table 1: Utilization sets. is de ned by the following system of a ne recurrence equations: A[i; j; 0] =

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### Table 1. Comparison of log-affine and affine gap costs

"... In PAGE 2: ... Using these values, the sequence simulation program, Dawg (Cartwright, 2005), created a dataset of 1000 pairwise alignments. The sequences in these alignments were truncated to the lengths shown in Table1 . These were then aligned using a log-affine gap cost calculated via Equation (1) and an affine cost derived from the log-affine gap cost by least squares.... In PAGE 2: ... These were then aligned using a log-affine gap cost calculated via Equation (1) and an affine cost derived from the log-affine gap cost by least squares. Speed and alignment quality were calculated and are summarized in Table1 . As expected, the time complexity of Ngila is roughly O(mn), and log-affine costs are slower but produce better alignments.... ..."

### Table 5. Backward recurrence expressions of Turbo SHA-2. Note that the relations for the variables Ct+1 are given in (3).

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"... In PAGE 12: ...able 5. Backward recurrence expressions of Turbo SHA-2. Note that the relations for the variables Ct+1 are given in (3). In Table5 the variables Ct+1 satisfy the following system of equations:... ..."

### Table 48 - Embedded System Types

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### TABLE I EMBEDDED SYSTEM PORTABILITY

### Table 2. Embedded System Defects

"... In PAGE 7: ... 6.2 Results The data from RICST testing, some of which are shown in Table2 , are somewhat difllcult to analyze. When taken in aggregate, the number of defects found in testing is higher than would be expected from the process used.... ..."

### Table 4. Results on the affinity data sets.

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"... In PAGE 32: ... EMDD and DD used the original (unclustered) data, so they had much more information on the data set. Results are presented in Table4 . Interestingly, even though Equation (4) defines a target concept that can be represented by Half, we found that Half often did not reach 100% accuracy on the training set within 300 rounds.... ..."

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### Table 1. Examples of Dynamic Programming recurrences

"... In PAGE 6: ...ig. 4. Evalua method generated for the Optimal Matrix Parenthesization (see Table 1 and Equation 1). However, scientists typically represent the functional equations as mathe- matical expressions, like those shown in Table1 , by using their favorite equation editor (Latex, OpenO ce, etc.).... In PAGE 8: ...Table1 . As an example to illustrate the use of DPSPEC, we will consider the functional equation for the multiplication parenthesization problem (Equation 1).... In PAGE 9: ... In terms of the e ciency of the generated code, Figure 5 shows the perfor- mance obtained with the DPSKEL-generated parallel code. Series of instances for the problems in Table1 were randomly generated for each problem. The instances of the skeleton generated use the OpenMP library [10] on an RS-6000 SP IBM platform.... ..."

### Table 4-1 Induced and estimated affines

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"... In PAGE 78: ... (Plane equation is CY X B A Z + + = ). The induced and estimated affine parameters of the planes are given in Table4 -1. Table 4-1 Induced and estimated affines ... In PAGE 83: ... Figure 4-21 shows the clustered flow field. Figure 4-21 Result of Clustering, white and black indicate two different planes The induced affine parameters of the planes and the estimated affine parameters are given in Table4 -2. 1 ... In PAGE 87: ...mage. The helicopter is not segmented out since it is small. The reliable segments are used in consecutive registration for IMO detection. The affine parameters of these planes are given in Table4 -3. Table 4-3 Affine parameters of the segments (planes) Estimated Affine Parameters Plane 1 (foreground) Plane 2 (background) Plane 3 (mast) a 2.... In PAGE 90: ...73 Figure 4-29 3D scene generated by MATLAB The plane parameters are given in Table4 -4. Table 4-4 The plane parameters of the 3D scene A B C Plane 1 0.... ..."