### Table 2: A summary of the model-free algorithms described in this paper. Each column has the same meaning as Table 1. The tables are not a complete sum- mary of all POMDP algorithms.

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### Table 2: A summary of the model-free algorithms described in this paper. Each column has the same meaning as Table 1. The tables are not a complete sum- mary of all POMDP algorithms.

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### TABLE I COMBINATIONAL MODEL-FREE FAULT DIAGNOSIS

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### TABLE III COMBINATIONAL MODEL-FREE LOGIC DEBUGGING

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### TABLE IV SEQUENTIAL MODEL-FREE FAULT DIAGNOSIS

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### TABLE I QBF-BASED VERSUS SAT-BASED MODEL-FREE FAULT DIAGNOSIS

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### Table 7.1: Model-free diagnosis of single stuck-at faults.

### Table 7.3: Model-free diagnosis of single gate replacement errors.

### Table 10 Identifying Regimes by Model Free Characteristics (Basis Points)

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