### Table 1: Quantization table

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### TABLE I QOS CONSTRAINTS QUANTIZATION EXAMPLE.

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### Table 2. Joint quantization of pitch and V/U decisions Quantization index for pitch and

### TABLE I Static constraints of each joint.

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### TABLE I. Optimization results. Circuit Deterministic Joint det. Joint det. Joint rob. Imprv. in #variables #constraints time per

### Table 2. Relationships between mating constraints and joint types

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### Table 3: Entity Relations in form of Kinematic Joints macro joint chain kinematic joints in chain dof

"... In PAGE 8: ... Canonical Variable Modeling. For the Example corresponding to Figure 2 one notice that the relations LN ?ON ? LN speci ed as constraints corre- spond to a the conjugacy of cylindrical displacements (see Table3 ), and their canonical form can be expressed as ^ Cu = trans(x; 0;0):twix( ), (from Table 2). From the steps de- scribed above, one can determine that the matrix equations which express the constraint situation for this example are: F21:Cu1(x1; 1):F13?1 = (7) F11:Cu3(x3; 3):Cu2(x2; 2):F23?1 The matrix equations just presented represent the GCS/SF problem in polynomial terms using variables derived from the subgroups of SE(3).... ..."

### Table 3: The joint probability distribution for Cause1, Subcause1, and Subcause2 given Constraint2 = on.

"... In PAGE 12: ...Table 3: The joint probability distribution for Cause1, Subcause1, and Subcause2 given Constraint2 = on. In Table3 , notice that (i) the marginal distribution on Cause1 is uniform (i.e.... In PAGE 12: ...n Table 3, notice that (i) the marginal distribution on Cause1 is uniform (i.e., the distributions set by Constraint1 are not altered), (ii) the single-fault assump- tion gets imposed on Subcause1 and Subcause2 through the zero probabilities in the `yes-yes apos; column, and (iii) the likelihoods for Subcause1 and Subcause2 given Cause1 = yes are 0:2 and 0:8, respectively, as speci ed by the experts. Again, as Table3 is the product of the logical-OR table for Cause1, and the table for the conditional distribution for Constraint2 = on given Subcause1 and Subcause2, the conditional distribution for Constraint2 given Subcause1 and Subcause2 must be given as indicated in Table 4. Subcause1 yes yes no no Subcause2 yes no yes no Constraint2 = on 0 0.... ..."

### Table 2: Global cost of joint space trajectories.

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"... In PAGE 18: ...Figure 11: The factor graph including collision constraints. Table2 displays the trajectory costs for the trajectories computed via the forward controller and the MAP trajectory computed via probabilistic inference. The MAP trajectory is clearly more efficient in terms of this cost.... ..."

### Table 3: Entity Relations in forrn of Kinematic Joints

"... In PAGE 8: .... For the Example corresponding to Figure 2 one notice that the relations LN - ON - LN specified as constraints corre- spond to a the conjugacy of cylindrical displacements (see Table3 ), and their canonical form can be expressed as Cu = trans(x, O,0).twix(8), (from Table 2).... ..."