### Table 4: Optimized rate for agreement

"... In PAGE 8: ... Using this optimization, Table l-which gave the cumulative com- munication rate for sensor measurements-can be rewrit- ten. In the following, Table4 gives the cumulative trans- mission rate for sensor inputs using the minimum number ... In PAGE 8: ...Table 4: Optimized rate for agreement According to Table4 the net communication bandwidth is reduced to 17.400 bps by sending only the minimal re- quired mount of information for agreement.... ..."

### Table 1: Utility functions of the users and the optimal rates and prices.

2000

"... In PAGE 19: ... the delays of the links are indicated by the numbers next to the links. The utility functions of the users are given in Table1 . Each connection updates its price after it receives the acknowledgement for the ki-th packet after the previous update.... ..."

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### TABLE II OPTIMAL RATE ALLOCATION FOR TWO LAYER SNR SCALABLE VIDEO OVER TWO SEPARATE 4.98 dB DS-CDMA CHANNELS USING KARYSTINOS PADOS CODES.

2004

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### Table 1: Comparison of analytically optimal rate allocation to Pearlman apos;s numerically opti- mized rate allocation.

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... Note that Pearlman apos;s results are not given for the exact rates considered, so we use results from the nearest given rate. Table1 compares the analytical rate allocations to Pearlman apos;s and shows that the analytical formula has increasing accuracy as rate increases. In order to compare the analytical formula for optimal step size, we use Pearlman apos;s rate allocation and compare the analytical formula to the numerically opti- mized step size.... ..."

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### Table 1: Comparison of analytically optimal rate allocation to Pearlman apos;s numerically opti- mized rate allocation.

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... Note that Pearlman apos;s results are not given for the exact rates considered, so we use results from the nearest given rate. Table1 compares the analytical rate allocations to Pearlman apos;s and shows that the analytical formula has increasing accuracy as rate increases. In order to compare the analytical formula for optimal step size, we use Pearlman apos;s rate allocation and compare the analytical formula to the numerically opti- mized step size.... ..."

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### TABLE I OPTIMAL RATE ALLOCATION FOR TWO-LAYER SNR SCALABLE VIDEO OVER A SINGLE 8 dB DS-CDMA CHANNEL WITH KARYSTINOS-PADOS SPREADING CODES.

2004

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### Table 2. Optimal rate allocation for two layer single-pass SNR scalable video over a 10 dB Rayleigh fading channel (using model).

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... from [10]. Table2 shows the optimal operating points for the same setup using the proposed model. It can be seen that the results are very similar, thus proving the validity of the model.... ..."

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### TABLE II THE DISTRIBUTED OPTIMAL RATE ALLOCATION ALGORITHM

2008

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### Table 6: The repeating pattern from the ASC code. We will use this repeating pattern as our new loop body. The original loop is now transformed into an new parallel loop body plus a prologue (lines 0 to 1) and an epilogue. The important fact is that the new loop body is only of P(=2) cycles, which means that in every 2 cycles a new iteration will start. That is the optimal rate we can obtain. The new parallel loop is shown is Table 7, in which the k sign means \execute in parallel with quot;. Generally, let

### Table 5: Experiment 4: Optimal rates of sessions 1-4.

1994

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