### Table 1: Performance of different predictors on 59 high-resolution membrane protein structuresC3

"... In PAGE 4: ...25 This was done to take advantage of both local and global information, when training the system, and also considering that predictors based on NNs and HMMs reach similar performances; however they make errors on different proteins, therefore their ensemble should improve the predictive performance. The performance of Ensemble is compared with that of the available web methods ( Table1 ). One should consider that the 59 protein chains we used are correctly tested with a cross- validation procedure only in house (with Ensemble).... In PAGE 4: ... To our knowledge, most of the predictors available through the web have at least some of the high-resolution chains in training sets. The results ( Table1 ) tell us that for this high-resolution set, the new method Ensemble25 performs better than the other web methods, as expected. This is especially so considering that only Ensemble is used by adopting a cross- validation procedure.... ..."

### Table 1. References for high-resolution spectroscopy of carbon and oxygen lines in Bootis stars

"... In PAGE 1: ... This pattern should be explained by a theoretical model. But especially the apparent solar abundance of the light elements is not based on solid grounds ( Table1 and 2). Estimations found in the literature are mostly based on LTE calculations and have used strongly blended lines.... In PAGE 2: ... Table 2. Carbon and oxygen abundances from the literature ( Table1 ) of well established members of the Bootis group; no error estimations are given in AN98(5), all results except of ST93(3) are based on LTE calculations Star [C] [O] HD 319 +0.05(20)4 HD 11413 +0.... ..."

### Table 4. Weights used in high-resolution scoring

### Table 2. Generalized rms results for high-resolution numerical tests throughout quadrant. MLE using HP as first peak estimate results [2] are included for comparison.

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"... In PAGE 9: ... Referring to table 1 the numerical tests confirm that the RBF and GP techniques are unbiased. Table2 includes the generalized rms error results for RBF and GP methods, together with the results for MLE using HP as... ..."

### Table 1 gives the PSNR and RE values of the reconstructed images for di erent Gaussian noise levels, the optimal regularization parameter for the Tikhonov method and also the number of iterations required for Step (ii) in our algorithm. We see that our algorithm is better than the Tikhonov method. Figure 3 depicts the reconstructed high-resolution image with noise at PSNR = 30dB. The values of the parameter used in our algorithm are given in Table 2 for reference.

in Wavelet Deblurring Algorithms for Spatially Varying Blur from High-Resolution Image Reconstruction

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"... In PAGE 11: ...16 0.0511 2 Table1 : The results for the 2 2 sensor array with the periodic boundary condition. SNR(dB)=30 SNR(dB)=40 First Iteration First Iteration (1,1) sensor 7.... ..."

### Table 1 gives the PSNR and RE values of the reconstructed images for di erent Gaussian noise levels, the optimal regularization parameter for the Tikhonov method and also the number of iterations required for Step (ii) in our algorithm. We see that our algorithm is better than the Tikhonov method. Figure 3 depicts the reconstructed high-resolution image with noise at PSNR = 30dB. The values of the parameter used in our algorithm are given in Table 2 for reference.

in Wavelet Deblurring Algorithms for Spatially Varying Blur from High-Resolution Image Reconstruction

"... In PAGE 11: ...16 0.0511 2 Table1 : The results for the 2 2 sensor array with the periodic boundary condition. SNR(dB)=30 SNR(dB)=40 First Iteration First Iteration (1,1) sensor 7.... ..."

### Table 1. Device Construction of High Resolution ADCS

"... In PAGE 2: ... The CMOS devices have much thicker gate oxides than conventional digital CMOS processes because of the high breakdown voltage requirement. Three different A/D converters were evaluated in this work, as shown in Table1 . Two devices have an internal reference voltage which turns out to be an important total dose radiation failure mechanism, In addition the 14-bit converter has a much smaller LSB value (0.... ..."

### Table 1: Total lesion load by two human experts and the automatic algorithm for 3 high-resolution data sets

### Table 3: Correction table for high resolution channel [pixel]

"... In PAGE 4: ... Both CCD-arrays were calibrated separately. In Table3 , as in prac- tical application, they are treated as one single CCD-array with 9000 sensor elements, consisting of HR5A-pixels 1 to 4500, corresponding to HR5-pixel 1 to 4500 and HR5B-pixels 1501 to 6000, corresponding to HR5-pixel 4501 to 9000. 3 INFLIGHT CALIBRATION The principle of in ight calibration can be considered as the reverse process of photogrammetric point determination.... ..."

### Table 1: high resolution one-step inferences

"... In PAGE 1: ...Work supported by NSF grant No. CCR-9301031. q p q p q p q p q p q p disjoint(p,q) meet(p,q) overlap(p,q) covered_by(p,q) covers(q,p) inside(p,q) contains(q,p) equal(p,q) Figure 1: topological relations (high resolution case) disjoint. The complete table of such one-step inferences was derived in [Egenhofer,1991; Smith and Park,1992] (see Table1 ; notice that this is an extension |as we shall see, a surprisingly subtle one| of Allen apos;s classical work on temporal intervals [Allen,1983]). In some cases the re nement provided by the high res- olution relations is not needed.... In PAGE 4: ... Constraint satisfac- tion problems are typically NP-complete, although spe- cial classes can be solved in polynomial time. In the constraint satisfaction problems arising in con- nection to topological inference, the variables are pairs of distinct objects; all domains are the subsets of the set of eight topological relations in Table1 (or the ve in Ta- bles 2 and 3, or the two in Table 4), as dictated by the clause corresponding to the pair of objects; and for each triple (i; j; k) of objects we have a constraint, namely, that the value of the pair i; j, the value of the pair j; k, and the value of the pair i; k must be related as in Table 1 (or 2, or 3, or 4). For example, the topological expression (A overlaps B _ A equal B) ^ (B contains C) ^ (A inside D _ A contains D) is expressed by six variables (all unordered pairs of ob- jects from A, B, C, D).... ..."