### Table 3: Laurent Normalization Algorithm

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### TABLE III THE GENERIC ELEMENT FOR THE SETS USED IN FIGURE 8. FROM TOP TO BOTTOM: LAURENT SERIES, POWER SERIES, RATIONAL FUNCTION, LAURENT POLYNOMIAL, POLYNOMIAL.

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### (Table 1). Relethford (1996) revealed similar problems with approaches that assume that the population sizes are equal and develops an alternative approach, that allows for different sizes but not different rates, so that mij = mji. Laurent Excoffier (personal communication 1998) and coworkers have done extensive simulations with different population sizes and have shown that the assumption of equal population sizes is critical to the analysis.

### Table 1. The individual parameters for the stars in the sample (see text for description). Notes: (1) inferred from (B{V) or from the spectral type using the results of Gray (1992), (2) Basri, Laurent amp; Walter (1985), (3) Simon amp; Fekel (1987), (4) Dempsey et al. (1993), (5) Cayrel de Strobel et al. (1994), (6) Donati, Henry amp; Hall (1994), (7) Drake, Simon amp; Linsky (1989), (8) Slee et al. (1987), (9) Singh, Drake amp; White (1996), (10) mass estimatedfrom the star apos;s position in our HR diagram. The luminosity class of the secondary component of AR Psc is taken from Fekel, Mofett amp; Henry (1986). Hot Component Cool Component

"... In PAGE 4: .... G. Gunn et al. Table1 . continued.... In PAGE 6: ...363 1.870 0 log Teff correspondence according to the criteria described below and indicated in the last column of Table1 . These criteria, based on data availability, are: (a) if individual (B{ V) are quoted for the components, then a straightforward application of the above relation was used, (b) if the spec- tral type (usually of class III) of only one component along with a single value for (B{V) is given, then the observed (B{V) is assumed to correspond to this star, and (c) if two individual components are mentioned by spectral type, but only one value for (B{V) is available, we accept the spec- tral type classi cation as accurate, and adopt as each star apos;s (B{V) and temperature the values given by Gray (1992) for that particular spectral type and luminosity class.... In PAGE 6: ... (1993). For those systems (noted in Table1 ) we inferred the mass from the stars apos; positions in our HR diagram (see below). In order to test the accuracy of this method for mass determination, we compared the masses so-obtained for the whole sample to those given by Strassmeier et al.... ..."

### Table 1 shows two ts A and B of the series (13) to the function Q4GM(Q2)= p for large spacelike Q2, with 5 and 7 moments, respectively. Tab. 1. The moments M(i)= p in units of [GeV2]1+i as obtained from two ts of the Laurent series (13) to Q4Gp M(Q2) (for g0 = g!, i.e. corresponding to the dashed line in g.1) for large spacelike Q2 with 5 (7) nonvanishing moments in t A(B). i = 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

### Table 6. Comparison DORT/measurements of dosimeter activities of surveillance capsule SLB1

"... In PAGE 36: ...e.g. automatic mesh generator, graphical tools, etc.). The validation was carried out by means of experimental benchmarks conducted by EDF and CEA at the St Laurent B1 reactor [79] as well as NESDIP experiment. The comparisons of DORT versus measurements are given in Table6 and in Figure 6 showing the results of 3-D simulation of the effects of stiffners on surveillance capsules fast flux. Uncertainties and adjustments Being a matter of nuclear safety, the pressure vessel fluence calculations should be completed with as realistic as possible uncertainty analysis.... ..."

### Table 2: The rights of the developer to redistribute a modified product. A compari-

"... In PAGE 6: ... In addition it is not possible to limit an open source product to a particular use, for example, to non-commercial or academic use, as it conflicts with item six in Table 1. In a brief summary of common open source licenses, Table2 shows the rights of a developer to distribute a modified product. A more in-depth discussion about licenses can be found in Appendix A.... In PAGE 18: ...other developers have made contributions, the agreement of all contributors is required to change a license (Laurent, 2004; Burnette, 2006; Fitzgerald and Bassett, 2003). A crude summary of some of the simple distinctions between some OSS licenses is given in Table2 . It should be noted that a simple table hides the complexity of some of the key issues (see below).... ..."

### Table3. Functionsandsymbolsusefulin the nitedecompositionandreconstructionof splinespaces, and in the derivationof relatedfundamental solutions forcardinalinterpolation. n 3 4

"... In PAGE 14: ... 2 IR. But this follows from Eq.(3.9), Eq.(3.10), Eq.(3.11) and h e m(z) e m (z) e m(?z) e m (?z)i = h 1 z 1 ?z i hG0(z2) ?z?2Q1(z2) G1(z2) z?2Q0(z2) i ; z = exp(?iy): Table3 contains some examples with Q0 = edM and Q1 obtainedfromtheMAPLE `gcdex apos; command. Notice that in these examples, will be of one sign and b (0) = 0.... In PAGE 15: ... The corre- sponding (general) cardinal interpolation operator obtains approximation order n. Includedin Table3 are functions 0, derivedfromthe taken as nonnegative, and corresponding Laurent polynomials giving riseto the following fundamentalsolutions... ..."