### Table 2: Comparison of greedy MRTA, Best-Drop, and CPLEX ILP (all results are averages over 100 random instances). (a) versions use only terminals or Steiner points of T as endpoints of augmentation paths, (b) versions can use all Hanan grid vertices that are on tree edges.

"... In PAGE 5: ... The (c) version of the greedy MRTA algorithm gives almost identical results to the (b) version in experiments with 1 A0 20% wire- length budget and 5A020 terminals, and we omit its results. Table2 gives the number of augmenting paths, percentage of bicon- nected tree edges, and runtime for versions (a) and (b) of the greedy MRTA, Best-Drop, and ILP algorithms. The results show that ver- sions (b) achieve better solution quality than versions (a); for the greedy MRTA algorithm version (b) is better than version (a) by as much as 18BM54%.... ..."

### Table 2: Comparison of greedy MRTA, Best-Drop, and CPLEX ILP (all results are averages over 100 random instances). (a) versions use only terminals or Steiner points of T as endpoints of augmentation paths, (b) versions can use all Hanan grid vertices that are on tree edges.

"... In PAGE 5: ... The (c) version of the greedy MRTA algorithm gives almost identical results to the (b) version in experiments with 1 A0 20% wire- length budget and 5A020 terminals, and we omit its results. Table2 gives the number of augmenting paths, percentage of bicon- nected tree edges, and runtime for versions (a) and (b) of the greedy MRTA, Best-Drop, and ILP algorithms. The results show that ver- sions (b) achieve better solution quality than versions (a); for the greedy MRTA algorithm version (b) is better than version (a) by as much as 18BM54%.... ..."

### Table 2 Statistical properties of termination points of the integer finite difference gradient algorithm.

"... In PAGE 9: ...4. Results for the integer FDG algorithm Table2 show the results obtained for the FDG al- gorithm described in section 2.... ..."

### Table 3 Long and Short Run Terminal Costs

"... In PAGE 6: ... We also had the added benefit of using a panel, which reduces the problems associated with either exclusive time series or cross-sectional data. Table3 presents the final estimates for both short and long run terminal costs. Alternative functional forms, as well as dummy variables for some airports, were tested in the estimations but were insignificant in the final outcome.... In PAGE 6: ... The simple arithmetic relationship had the best statistical fit. The long run cost relationship is illustrated in Table3 in which total costs, capital plus operating costs, were regressed on values for passengers. We were not able to distinguish between domestic and international passengers.... In PAGE 7: ...45 per passenger. For the short run costs in Table3 the constant term is significant, indicating the presence of fixed costs and the parameter estimates on the linear and second order term are both statistically significant at the 10 percent level. The results indicate that short run marginal costs are rising at a relatively constant rate; the second order coefficient is non- significant.... ..."

### TABLE II COMPARISON OF GREEDY MRTA, BEST-DROP, AND CPLEX ILP (ALL RESULTS ARE AVERAGES OVER 100 RANDOM INSTANCES). (A) VERSIONS USE ONLY TERMINALS OR STEINER POINTS OF T AS ENDPOINTS OF AUGMENTATION PATHS, (B) VERSIONS CAN USE ALL HANAN GRID VERTICES THAT ARE ON TREE EDGES.

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### TABLE II COMPARISON OF GREEDY MRTA, BEST-DROP, AND CPLEX ILP (ALL RESULTS ARE AVERAGES OVER 100 RANDOM INSTANCES). (A) VERSIONS USE ONLY TERMINALS OR STEINER POINTS OF T AS ENDPOINTS OF AUGMENTATION PATHS, (B) VERSIONS CAN USE ALL HANAN GRID VERTICES THAT ARE ON TREE EDGES.

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### Table 4 shows the results of the effective shear modulus by the current boundary element method with and without the presence of the interphase. The data without the interphase (h50) agrees very well with the results from the finite element method ~@6#! and

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### Table 4. Finite element problem

"... In PAGE 14: ... The matrices were generated by the nite element code VECFEM, see [3]. Table4 shows the reduction of the calculation time by at least a factor of 5. The heavy oscillations of the timings are e ected by the random sample of the values for k.... ..."

### Table 7: Data used in the 40-bar truss problem (only nonzero forces and finite displacement bounds are in- dicated).

### Table 1. Terminals and functions of GP-trees for the table transport problem.

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"... In PAGE 3: ... The objective of a GP run is to nd a multi-robot algorithm that, when exe- cuted by the robots in parallel, causes e cient table transport behavior in group. The terminal and function symbols used for GP to solve this problem are listed in Table1 . The terminal set consists of six primitive actions: FORWARD, AVOID, RANDOM-MOVE, TURN-TABLE, TURN-GOAL and STOP.... In PAGE 6: ...151 4 Experimental Results Experiments have been performed using the parameter values listed in Table 2. The terminal set and function set consist of six primitives, respectively, as summarized in Table1 . A total of 100 training cases were used for evolving the programs for standard GP runs.... ..."

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