### Table 3. TCE Concentrations During Steady-state and Balanced Flow Operation [3]

"... In PAGE 93: ... Table3 shows that the average reduction of TCE during steady-state operation (days 145 - 271) was 87% in the upper aquifer bioactive zone and 69% in the lower aquifer adjacent to treatment well T1 discharge screen. During balanced flow operation (days 365 - 444), the average removal of TCE was 86% and 83% in the upper and lower aquifer bioactive zones, respectively.... In PAGE 93: ...o 27 g/L (groundwater moving out of the study area) and toluene removal generally exceeded 99.98% . According to the researchers the overall TCE concentration reduction of 97.7% is higher than the removals reported in Table3 as groundwater recirculated through the bioactive zone multiple times during the overall demonstration. The dual-well system was found to be technically feasible for... ..."

### Table 3. Approximating Steady-State Probability of Resource Free (N = 5) Free Prob.

"... In PAGE 12: ... Although some further theory is required here to determine the error that would result from a particular choice of , this theory might not be too di cult to develop, since rational functions have simple convergence behavior. Table3 gives an idea of what happens when we try this approach. The calculations are all performed using exact arithmetic, but the (scalar) solution of the nal 193-dimensional system is performed in oating point, using LU decomposition.... ..."

### Table 11. Parameters used in MOC3D simulation of transport in a one-dimensional, steady-state flow system

"... In PAGE 9: ... Numerical (MOC3D) and analytical solutions at three different locations for solute transport in a one-dimensional, steady flow field. Parameter values for this base case are listed in Table11 .... In PAGE 9: ...0 cm, Dxx = 0.1 cm2/s, and other parameters as defined in Table11 ) .... In PAGE 10: ...01 s-1. All other parameters as defined in Table11 .... In PAGE 90: ...APPENDIX C: ANNOTATED EXAMPLE INPUT DATA SET FOR SAMPLE PROBLEM This example input data set is the one used to generate the solution for the base case in the one-dimensional steady-state flow problem. Parameter values are indicated in Table11 and selected results are shown in fig.... ..."

### Table 6. Parameters used in implicit MOC3D simulation of solute transport in a one-dimensional, steady-state flow system

### Table 8. Parameters used in implicit MOC3D simulation of two-dimensional, steady-state, radial flow case

### Table 13. Parameters used in MOC3D simulation of two-dimensional, steady-state, radial flow case

### Table 3: Comparison of theoretical and time-averaged steady-state mean packet dropping rate for each source under each policy.

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"... In PAGE 15: ... The simulation time was 50000 frames. Throughout the simulation in each frame n, the time-averaged mean dropping rate was calculated for each source i as, b di(n) = 1 n n X k=1 df i (k): (28) The resulting time-averaged mean packet dropping rate for each source under the policy was calcu- lated and is displayed in Table3 . Throughout the progression of the simulation the time-averaged mean packet dropping rates were recorded and are displayed in Fig.... In PAGE 15: ... 6. Under the policy the objective of mean packet dropping rate di for each source i is met, see Table3 and Fig. 6.... In PAGE 15: ... 6. Results from the priority indexing policy are also displayed in Table3 and in Fig. 7.... ..."

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### Table 12. Acceleration Command Structural Filters*

### Table 2: Precommitment and Time-Consistent Policies. Variables are in per cent and measured as deviations about the original steady-state. For example, nt = n(t) n where n(t) is actual and n is steady-state growth. ~ u(1) is the steady-state welfare evaluated as in (28). ~ u0 is the quadratic approximation of welfare at time 0, as calculated by the simulation software. This number is not given as a per cent.

"... In PAGE 12: ... These are small values because in our quadratic approximation the marginal rate of substitution between the consumption/GDP ratio c and along the modi ed utility curve is c2=c = :12 for our calibration. Results Table2 reports the long-run steady-state values of key variables for the precommitment (P) and time-consistent (T) regimes as deviations about the original steady state. In both regimes, debt becomes negative i.... In PAGE 14: ... Suppose that it would be possible to jump from the initial steady state to the steady state of the P and/or the T regime. By how much would the growth rate in the initial equilibrium have to raise in order to re ect that change? If we use the results from Table2 , we nd that the long run of the optimal regime corresponds to an increase in growth by .... ..."