### Table 1. Results of projecting coiled-coil helices onto normal-modes of spring model

"... In PAGE 7: ...placement vector due to a single mode q is given by a2 q= P q a2 q: In Table1 , we show the percentages of the coiled-coil helix displacements captured by the sum of the principal bend normal modes, Bend, the first and second harmonics of bend, Bend(2) and Bend(3) and lastly Twist (the complete Table is available as Supplementary Material). For the shorter helices in the leucine zipper and Mnt, we find that the helical displacements are described predominantly by the bend modes, with some twist.... ..."

### TABLE 2 Projection of the basis onto the irreducible representations

1987

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### Table 1: Projection of binary linear codes onto GF(4)

2003

"... In PAGE 8: ... In this way we obtain optimal binary [28; 15; 6] codes having projection O or projection E onto a linear [7; 4; 3] code over GF(4). See Table1 for more codes, where the fourth column denotes the highest minimum weight of the corresponding binary [n; k] code together with the theoretical upper bound. Example 4.... In PAGE 8: ... We get several optimal binary codes having projection O or projection E on C4. See Table1 for more examples. 5 Projections of binary self-dual codes onto GF(4) In this section, we characterize binary self-dual codes of length 8k which have either projec- tion O or projection E.... In PAGE 12: ...xample 5.5. When k = 2, there are exactly two Type II [16; 8; 4] binary codes A8 apos; A8 and E16 in the notation of [19]. By using exactly two Type II additive quaternary (4; 24; 2) codes in [15, Table1 ] or [13], we see that A8 apos; A8 and E16 have projection E onto (4; 24; 2) codes. The Type I [16; 8; 4] binary code F16 has projection E onto the Type I (4; 24; 2) code in [15, Table 2] or [13].... ..."

### Table 1 : Technology Goals for Instrument Placement Project

in Demonstrating Robotic Autonomy in NASA’s Intelligent Systems Project,” To appear at The Eighth ESA

2004

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### Table 1. Projections of test images onto class subspaces

1991

"... In PAGE 9: ...ig. 5. shows some of the test images. For each person two sample images were selected and a PCA- network was trained with the samples. Table1 . shows the network outputs for the classes T,K and J, respectively The training samples are denoted by bold face letters in the table.... ..."

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### Table Finger

1994

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### Table 2. Accuracies for best SVM classi ers associated with projection onto various lower dimensions.

2005

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