### Table 13: Settings for more accurate computations.

"... In PAGE 12: ... In this case, the advantage of the fast multipole method over the standard approach would be even larger. Since the error reduction is not optimal anymore for the finer meshes, the accuracy of the fast multipole method was increase, see Table13 . The following table shows that an increase of DEGREESL and CMP leads to a reduction of the error.... ..."

### Table 4: Impact of process variation.

1999

"... In PAGE 4: ...1. Table4 shows the nominal val- ues and the values under process variations. (Process variation data for newer technologies are not available to us.... ..."

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### Table 1c Simulated signi cance points (based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications) for trace test statistics 3 and eigenvalue test statistic 3 under the restriction of no diverging seasonal trends, i.e., model (7) in text. The data generating process is 4Xt = (1; 1; 1)0 + quot;t, where quot;t is 3{variate Gaussian with = I.

"... In PAGE 11: ... For the frequency =2, however, we need a slightly di erent set of critical values. Based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications, signi cance points for the trace test statistic i = ?N n X j=n?i+1 log(1 ? j) for the i smallest squared canonical correlations at the respective frequencies are given in the upper panels of Table1 a-f for the cases i = 1; :::; 6. The distribution depends on i only.... ..."

### Table 1d Simulated signi cance points (based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications) for trace test statistics 4 and for eigenvalue test statistic 4 under the restriction of no diverging seasonal trends, i.e., model (7) in text. The data generating process is 4Xt = (1; 1; 1; 1)0 + quot;t, where quot;t is 4{variate Gaussian with = I.

"... In PAGE 11: ... For the frequency =2, however, we need a slightly di erent set of critical values. Based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications, signi cance points for the trace test statistic i = ?N n X j=n?i+1 log(1 ? j) for the i smallest squared canonical correlations at the respective frequencies are given in the upper panels of Table1 a-f for the cases i = 1; :::; 6. The distribution depends on i only.... ..."

### Table 1e Simulated signi cance points (based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications) for trace test statistics 5 and for eigenvalue test statistic 5 under the restriction of no diverging seasonal trends, i.e., model (2) in text. The data generating process is 4Xt = (1; :::; 1)0 + quot;t, where quot;t is 5{variate Gaussian with = I.

"... In PAGE 11: ... For the frequency =2, however, we need a slightly di erent set of critical values. Based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications, signi cance points for the trace test statistic i = ?N n X j=n?i+1 log(1 ? j) for the i smallest squared canonical correlations at the respective frequencies are given in the upper panels of Table1 a-f for the cases i = 1; :::; 6. The distribution depends on i only.... ..."

### Table 1f Simulated signi cance points (based on 10,000 Monte Carlo replications) for trace test statistics 6 and for eigenvalue test statistic 6 under the restriction of no diverging seasonal trends, i.e., model (2) in text. The data generating process is 4Xt = (1; :::; 1)0 + quot;t, where quot;t is 6{variate Gaussian with = I.

### Table 2. Processes underlying coordination.

1991

"... In PAGE 22: ... For instance, the tasks might be (1) designing, manufacturing, and marketing different kinds of automobiles, or (2) processing steps in different jobs on a computer network. As suggested by Table2 , the coordination problem in this situation involves a group decision about which actors will perform which tasks. In order to make this decision rationally, two kinds of information must be considered: (1) information about what tasks need to be done, and (2) information about which actors are qualified and available to do the tasks.... ..."

### Table 5-3. Statistics for fast simulation Statistics Value

2001

"... In PAGE 62: ... Testing Environment The VTC client is executed utilizing the MotorolaSDK Drop 7 version of the MIDP emulator. This emulator is run on an IBM ThinkPad laptop computer with the characteristics shown in Table5 -1. Table 5-1.... In PAGE 62: ... This emulator is run on an IBM ThinkPad laptop computer with the characteristics shown in Table 5-1. Table5 -1. Emulator host environment OS Name Microsoft Windows ME Version 4.... In PAGE 68: ... Table5 -2. Comparison of VTC throughput Test Parameter # of packets bytes # of frame updates RRE 436 46275 84 CoRRE 417 44035 81 Hextile 437 46258 85 WinVNC 3913 409720 738 Conclusion It is obvious that the efficiency of each VTC encoding scheme is relatively the same when compared to a windows vnc viewer.... In PAGE 71: ....091 seconds. The full statistics are listed below. Figure 5-8. Frequency chart for event generation time (slow) Table5 -4. Statistics for slow simulation Statistics Value Trials 1000 Mean 2,891.... ..."

### Table 2: Empirical critical values of test statistic for d1=4 = d

1995

"... In PAGE 17: ...18, is larger than the RMSE for n = 48; and T = 100; 0:13: The theoretical variances seem to give a good indication of the nite sample variation, see Figures 3, 4, and 5. This suggests that reliable (unit root) tests on the value of d can be performed using regression (21) : We examine this more closely in Table 2: Insert T able 2 In Table2 we report the empirical critical values of the normal CDF-value of the stan- dardized estimate of d: Asymptotically this CDF-value (which is easily computed by most standard packages which are able to present p-values for standard test statistics) has a uni- form distribution on the unit interval. The theoretical critical value for a 5% test against smaller alternatives is 0.... In PAGE 30: ...00 NOTE: see Table 1. Critical values from Table2 . gt;: test against d gt; 0, lt;: test against... ..."

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### Table 2: Empirical critical values of test statistic for d1=4 = d

1995

"... In PAGE 17: ...18, is larger than the RMSE for n = 48; and T = 100; 0:13: The theoretical variances seem to give a good indication of the nite sample variation, see Figures 3, 4, and 5. This suggests that reliable (unit root) tests on the value of d can be performed using regression (21) : We examine this more closely in Table 2: Insert T able 2 In Table2 we report the empirical critical values of the normal CDF-value of the stan- dardized estimate of d: Asymptotically this CDF-value (which is easily computed by most standard packages which are able to present p-values for standard test statistics) has a uni- form distribution on the unit interval. The theoretical critical value for a 5% test against smaller alternatives is 0.... In PAGE 30: ...00 NOTE: see Table 1. Critical values from Table2 . gt;: test against d gt; 0, lt;: test against... ..."

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