### Table 1 Good Binary QC Codes Derived From Irreducible Cyclic [9, 6, 2] Code With (x) = 110 and (x) = 530 QC Code[n, k, d] p bi

"... In PAGE 6: ... So a QC [18, 6, 6] code is obtained. Other good QC codes constructed are given in the Table1 . Most of QC codes derived from the cyclic [9, 6, 2] code are optimal.... ..."

### Table 1: Error correcting code for n = 8 classes

"... In PAGE 2: ... It is coded in a distributed representation of l outputs from all classi ers. Table1 shows an example of an error correcting code for n =8 classes with l =5codewords. The code words are the columns of the table.... ..."

### Table 2 Good Binary QC Codes Derived From Irreducible Cyclic [21, 6, ] Code With (x) = 6462240 and (x) = 3 QC Code [n, k, d] p bi

"... In PAGE 6: ... (w0, w1, w2) = (8, 12, 12). It is simple to construct good QC codes listed in the Table2 , by repeating shorter QC codes, adding one or deleting one defining polynomial. 3.... ..."

### Table 2 Examnle of correction* for error burst nattern 10101.

"... In PAGE 7: ...enerator feedback. Similarly, the Output, logic of Fig. AS allows data to pass from the disk to the buffer except when the two dummy characters are inserted. The function CRBCIWT was used to derive the extra shift pulse mentioned in Table2 . Signals a, and are used to inhibit machine halts due to parity or file check failure during transfers between the buffer and disk file.... ..."

### Table 1: Index mapping functions for regular data distributions. BLOCK CYCLIC CYCLIC(b)

1994

"... In PAGE 5: ... Techniques developed in [11] can be used for the array redistribution in the general case. For identity alignments, the relationships between the global index, the local index and the processor index for regular data distributions of a one-dimensional array are shown in Table1 . The indexing for arrays A and A loc begins at zero and the processors are numbered from 0 to P ? 1.... In PAGE 8: ... For example, under a BLOCK distribution the array is partitioned into segments of size NP . The relationship between the global index k, the processor index p, and the local index l as shown in Table1 can be represented by the equality eN k = eP p eNP l ; where p = k div NP and l = k mod NP . In the above identity, the index of vector basis eP p is associated with the processor index on which element A(k) is located after being distributed using a BLOCK distribution.... In PAGE 9: ... 2.1 implies the relations between the indices illustrated in Table1 , i.... ..."

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### Table 1: Index mapping functions for regular data distributions. BLOCK CYCLIC CYCLIC(b)

1994

"... In PAGE 5: ... Techniques developed in [11] can be used for the array redistribution in the general case. For identity alignments, the relationships between the global index, the local index and the processor index for regular data distributions of a one-dimensional array are shown in Table1 . The indexing for arrays A and A loc begins at zero and the processors are numbered from 0 to P ? 1.... In PAGE 8: ... For example, under a BLOCK distribution the array is partitioned into segments of size NP . The relationship between the global index k, the processor index p, and the local index l as shown in Table1 can be represented by the equality eN k = eP p eNP l ; where p = k div NP and l = k mod NP . In the above identity, the index of vector basis eP p is associated with the processor index on which element A(k) is located after being distributed using a BLOCK distribution.... In PAGE 9: ... 2.1 implies the relations between the indices illustrated in Table1 , i.... ..."

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### Table 1: Index mapping functions for regular data distributions. BLOCK CYCLIC CYCLIC(b)

"... In PAGE 5: ... Techniques developed in [12] can be used for the array redistribution in the general case. For identity alignments, the relationships between the global index, the local index and the processor index for regular data distributions of a one-dimensional array are shown in Table1 . The indexing for arrays A and A loc begins at zero and the processors are numbered from 0 to P ? 1.... In PAGE 7: ... For example, under a BLOCK distribution the array is partitioned into segments of size NP . The relationship between the global index k, the processor index p, and the local index l as shown in Table1 can be represented by the equality eN k = eP p eNP l ; where p = k div NP and l = k mod NP . In the above identity, the index of vector basis eP p is associated with the processor index on which element A(k) is located after being distributed using a BLOCK distribution.... In PAGE 8: ... 2.2 implies the relations between the indices illustrated in Table1 , i.... ..."

### Table 1: Index mapping functions for regular data distributions. BLOCK CYCLIC CYCLIC(b)

"... In PAGE 5: ... Techniques developed in [12] can be used for the array redistribution in the general case. For identity alignments, the relationships between the global index, the local index and the processor index for regular data distributions of a one-dimensional array are shown in Table1 . The indexing for arrays A and A loc begins at zero and the processors are numbered from 0 to P ? 1.... In PAGE 7: ... For example, under a BLOCK distribution the array is partitioned into segments of size NP . The relationship between the global index k, the processor index p, and the local index l as shown in Table1 can be represented by the equality eN k = eP p eNP l ; where p = k div NP and l = k mod NP . In the above identity, the index of vector basis eP p is associated with the processor index on which element A(k) is located after being distributed using a BLOCK distribution.... In PAGE 8: ... 2.2 implies the relations between the indices illustrated in Table1 , i.... ..."