### Table 1: Parameters of the kicker magnet

"... In PAGE 1: ... The number of kicker magnets is determined by this condition. Table1 shows the parameters of the kicker magnet power supply. The deuterium filled ceramic thyratrons CX1154C (Marconi Applied Technologies) is chosen as the energy discharge switch.... ..."

### Table 2: Finding a safety violation with A* and several reduction methods.

2002

"... In PAGE 14: ... More precisely, we want to compare the two C3 conditions C3? duplicate and C3static that can be applied jointly with A*. Table2 shows the e ect of applying C3? duplicate and C3static in conjunction with A*. The table gives the number of stored states (States), transitions performed (Transitions) and the length of the error trail (Length) for each experiment.... ..."

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### Table 2: Finding a safety violation with A* and several reduction methods.

"... In PAGE 14: ... More precisely, we want to compare the two C3 conditions C3? duplicate and C3static that can be applied jointly with A*. Table2 shows the e ect of applying C3? duplicate and C3static in conjunction with A*. The table gives the number of stored states (States), transitions performed (Transitions) and the length of the error trail (Length) for each experiment.... ..."

### Table 1: Number of transformations applied for AOP mechanisms (cols) into FOP mechanisms

2007

"... In PAGE 5: ... Two of the remaining six pointcuts referring to the calling object point to methods that are only forwarding requests, as described above. Table1 depicts how often we applied a specific transfor- mation to obtain a FOP counterpart. The last row shows, that only 9 out of 178 AOP elements were not transformed into FOP.... ..."

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### Table 1: Coupled structural-magnetic model quantifying the magnetization, strain, and stress. Magnetic Model:

"... In PAGE 14: ... Once the displacements have been characterized, the strain is computed directly using the equality quot;(t; x) = @u @x(t; x); and the corresponding stresses acting on the rod are computed directly from the strain using equation (21). The complete elastic-magnetic coupled model is summarized in Table1 . It should be noted that for implementation purposes it is convenient to assume quot; for computing e and , since the magnetostriction and its derivatives with respect to M can be formulated explicitly.... In PAGE 14: ... It should be noted that for implementation purposes it is convenient to assume quot; for computing e and , since the magnetostriction and its derivatives with respect to M can be formulated explicitly. 6 Model Validation In this section, the model summarized in Table1 is applied to two distinct example cases: (i) characteriza- tion of rod magnetization and strain output by a magnetostrictive transducer, and (ii) characterization of force generated by a magnetostrictive rod under mechanically blocked (or, equivalently, electrically short circuited) conditions. The rst example demonstrates the model accuracy for quantifying the quasistatic magnetization and strain generated by a magnetostrictive material when used in a prototypical transducer.... ..."

### Table 1 Socio-Cultural Cognitive Framework for Mechanical Design Design Stage Design Activities Technical Tools and Methods Social Processes Cognitive Outcomes

"... In PAGE 3: ... Figure 1 illustrates some basic ideas in the framework: cognitive processes are afforded by a cultural medium comprised of technical tools and design methods; the mapping to a socially shared object world occurs within a zone of proximity for social processes. To further illustrate how the framework can be used to describe design, Table1 shows the framework applied to describing mechanical design. Because cognitive processes are not necessarily distinguished by design stage, the final column describes cognitive outcomes.... ..."

### Table 2. Molecular Mechanics and Semiempirical Energies for the Alkanes

2004

"... In PAGE 2: ... The remaining structures are highly strained but do not fit so neatly into the series. The results of a systematic study of all the alkanes shown in Figure 4 using MM2, MMFF,20 and AM1 are presented in Table2 . The energies and bond lengths for the MM2, MMFF, and AM1 calculations show the same trends in all cases, except for the AM1 calculations in which the bonds break altogether, which occurs when the MM2 bond length exceeds 1.... In PAGE 3: ... The results are given in Table 3. It is clear from the table that these structures are less strained than the smaller structures C22 and C21 ( Table2 ). K23 is more than 400 kJ mol-1 lower in energy than C23, according to both MM2 and MMFF, and the AM1 calculation finds a structure for which none of the C-C bonds have broken.... In PAGE 5: ...analysis considers the total energy of each molecule, and so may be misleading if the molecule has some unstrained regions and the energy is concentrated on a single bond. Table2 suggests an alternative way of estimating whether a complex molecule will spontaneously dissociate or not. The longest carbon-carbon bond in the global minimum conformation, as calculated by a force field such as MM2, is both quick to calculate and an indication of the stability of the molecule.... ..."

### Table 4: Convergence of total magnetic energies computed by several methods (values in Joule)

"... In PAGE 27: ... Except for the integration of the Biot- Savart law through methods (a), (b) or (c), the other numerical contributions have been all performed in the same way (here, the above mentioned Galerkin nite element solution for associated potentials, as well as the numerical integration of total energy apos;s integral). Results are shown in Table4 , which reports for methods (a), (b) and (c) the estimates of the total magnetic energy W in air, iron and coil, grouped together for the same level of ac- curacy in energy apos;s integral estimation (the number of integration subdomains is speci ed). Table 5 reports values estimated by Urankar apos;s semi-analytical method using a particularly... ..."

### Table 2: Convergence of source magnetic energies computed by several methods (values in Joule)

"... In PAGE 23: ... For the nest nite volume sub- division, the relative errors are approximately 1 1:5 10?4 in the most remote positions with respect to the source region, approximately 1 10?3 in the geometry core (the small cylinder) and only 2 3 10?2 near and inside the source region. Global results are shown in Table2 , which reports estimates of the source magnetic energies W 0 in the whole domain, the current-carrying conductor and the central cylindri- cal core, depending on the method (a), (b) or (c) used for the computation of Hs. The reported values for method (b), in this Table and in the successive ones, refer to a step size h = 0:02 in the composite trapezoidal integration.... ..."