### Table 4: Relative Fairness between the HighSpeed and Standard Response Functions.

"... In PAGE 7: ... In this case, a single HighSpeed TCP connection is receiving W_HighSpeed/W_Standard times the throughput of a single Standard TCP connection competing in the same environment. This relative fairness is illustrated below in Table4 , for the parameters used for the Highspeed response function in the section above.... In PAGE 15: ...10 94717 73 0.09 Table4 : Parameters for HighSpeed TCP. This table was computed with the following Perl program:... ..."

### Table 9. Intermodal comparison of long-run average costs

"... In PAGE 22: ...0043/pkt, assuming 5 trains per hour, though clearly these costs depend on local conditions as described above. Total costs and intermodal comparison Table9 gives summary results of the full cost of high-speed rail per passen- ger kilometer for the California corridor. These costs can be compared with similar studies of other modes developed by the authors (Levinson et al.... ..."

### Table 1. Marshalling process costs on standard and high speed networks

### Table 6: For a HighSpeed and a Standard TCP connection, the congestion window during congestion avoidance phase (starting with a congestion window of 1 packet during RTT 1.

"... In PAGE 10: ... In contrast, a HighSpeed TCP flows increases much faster than a standard TCP flow while in the congestion avoidance phase, and we can expect its convergence to fairness to be much better. This is shown in Table6 below. The script used to generate this table is given in Appendix C.... ..."

### Table 2 High-speed uniprocessor characteristics

1969

"... In PAGE 10: ...For the high-speed uniprocessors in Table2 , the crossover in the HINT graphs (Figure 6) is profound. The curve shown is for a vectorized version of HINT; an unvectorized version runs 7 times slower.... ..."

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### Table 1. Log of observations: HU Aquarii high-speed photometry Date HJD start Cycle Resolution Mean out-of-eclipse magnitude

"... In PAGE 2: ... A fth photomultiplier mounted on an o set guider is used to monitor a comparison star. A log of observations is shown in Table1 . The cycle num- bers quoted are with respect to the ephemeris in Schwope et al.... In PAGE 2: ... The data were calibrated using the standard star observations. The mean out-of-eclipse magni- tudes in each waveband for the three nights are listed in Table1 ; these were converted into spectral irradiance using the values quoted in Allen (1973) to enable comparisons between eclipses obtained on di erent nights and between features in di erent bandpasses. 3 RESULTS 3.... ..."

### Table 7: Least square results of linear regression model for high speed friction terms 42

"... In PAGE 41: ... Equation 85 will be the the linear regression model used for the least square solution. Table7 summerizes the least square results... In PAGE 42: ... Figure 34 illustrates the matching for some of the input signals. To get a set of nominal values for the model parameters average value of all of trials can be used, which are given in Table7 as well. Also the ratio of standard deviation to the average value give a better estimate of the deviation in estimation of each parameters.... ..."

### Table 7. Least square results of linear regression model for high speed friction terms

1997

"... In PAGE 53: ... Equation 84 will be the the linear regression model used for the least square solution. Table7 summerizes the least square results for di erent experiments. For all of these experiments a very good match exists between the estimated model and the... In PAGE 54: ...53 To get a set of nominal values for the model parameters average value of all of trials can be used, which are given in Table7 as well. Also the ratio of standard deviation to the average value give a better estimate of the deviation in estimation of each parameters.... ..."

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### Table 7: Minimum Values for the Mixed Signal MCM Design of A High Speed Wireless Modem

"... In PAGE 9: ... As shown in Table 6, the average area and wirelength are improved by a20a7a6a9a4a11a10 and a3a16a28a29a6a9a35a11a10 , respectively. Table7 shows the minimum area and wirelength comparison with the improvement of wirelength by a3a5a4a7a6a9a8a11a10 . By comparing the experimental results of constrained and unconstrained floorplan designs, we can see that DWMC algorithm is more effective to improve area and wirelength for the constrained floorplan designs.... ..."

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### TABLE IV Protocol variables for low-speed networks (9600 bps) and high-speed networks (1 Mbps) with two types of data packets, small (424 bits) or large (3200 bits). The channel delay = 5:4 s, while the control packets are 160 bits long.

1995

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