### Table 3.8: Hierarchical Diagnosis Results for Multiple Stuck-at Errors, Hier 2. Start radius 8, End radius 2, Overlap radius 2 Circuit Time Error Rank Candidate List

### Table 3.9: Hierarchical Diagnosis Results for Multiple Stuck-at Errors, Hier 4. Start radius 8, End radius 2, Overlap radius 2 Circuit Time Error Rank Candidate List

### Table 3. CMACs tilings

2005

"... In PAGE 7: ... In order to learn the optimal state-action value func- tion associated with each controller, we used sparse- coarse-coded function approximator (CMACs) (Al- bus, 1981) combined with Sarsa( ) algorithm (Sutton, 1996). We used CMACs consisting of 10 tilings (for the total of 5914 tiles) as listed in Table3 . For each controller, we learned the approximate value func- tion which can be expressed as Q (s; fal; ar; aeg) = P10 i=1 Qi(si; ai), where si and ai are the subset of state and action variables that are involved in the tiling Qi.... ..."

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### Table 2: Possible subsampling factors for hierarchical subsampling on a hexag- onal grid. The boldface subsampling factors can be obtained by hexagonal-like fractal subsampling.

2001

"... In PAGE 15: ... 17. The possible subsampling factors are given by integer values of a and b and are tabulated in Table2 for a and b up to 5. It can be shown that an in nite number of base tiles yielding SSF as subsampling factor exist.... ..."

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### Table 1. I/O writes for various overlapping tests Q3L Q3H Tux Aw ANL GRA DIN

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ... The LET strategy produces an accurate number of primitives that should be sent to the tile-based rasterizer. Table1 presents the number of I/O write accesses to the accelerator based on our simulator using the BBOX test or LET test. The total I/O numbers represent the number of accesses due to state-changing information (e.... ..."

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### Table 10 Checking the density of the seeds: on a ray of 8-centres.

### Table 1 The Noise Tile Taxonomy

"... In PAGE 4: ... Trials in which the observer quickly finds the target and in which the observer never fixates the target are shown in the center and right panels, respectively. Tiles were categorized postexperiment according to Table1 for analysis. Note that for a given trial, each tile can belong to more than one category.... ..."

### Table 2 7-tile and 8-tile abstractions of the 15-puzzle.

2006

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