### TABLE A5: Bond Energy Parameters (De , De , and De in

2003

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### Table 4 Possible Correlation of Abundance and Rotation

"... In PAGE 10: ... The average of those three quantities we denote [ lt; A gt;]. This is given in Table4 for the star with the highest vrot(sin(i)), the two stars with intermediate rotation, and the star with the smallest projected rotation. The hottest M92 blue HB star is ignored.... ..."

### Table 7: Percentage of improvement made by DE1-3 over DE on FE DE1 DE1 DE2 DE3

"... In PAGE 14: ... Therefore, it will be interesting to see how much improvement (say, on FE) has been achieved by the proposed modi cations, given the same level of success. This is summarized in terms of percentage of improvement on FE in Table7 . Table 7 shows that a substantial improvement has been achieved by the proposed modi cations.... ..."

### Table 6 : De nition of ; and ?!

1996

"... In PAGE 9: ...haotic programs. The label is a sequence of multiset substitutions. The second, denoted hs; Mi ?! hs0; M0i, is the analogue for schedules, where is a sequence of multiset substitu- tions and quot; apos;s. The de nition of both relations is given in Table6 . We write 1 2 to denote the concatenation of 1 and 2.... ..."

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### Table 14: De nition of .

"... In PAGE 11: ...egion as 1 ? y. So we have a column multiplicity of two, i.e. two regions, y and 1 ? y. Based on this, we can de ne as in Table14 and F as in Table 15. Just as which the decomposition of binary functions, this leaves us with the problem of representing .... ..."

### Table 6: Comparison of DE1 and DE2 using FE, TS and cpu DE1 DE1 DE2 DE2 DE3

"... In PAGE 14: ... Comparison : We now compare DE and its modi ed versions, DE1, DE2 and DE3, using total FE, cpu and the total number of successes out of 900 runs for set A and 600 runs for set B. The results are summarized in Table6 . It is important to note that DE2 and DE3 were the only algorithms to locate the minimum value for ER10 with success rates about 20% on the average.... In PAGE 14: ... The best results were obtained by DE3 on set A and by DE1 on the sets B and B0. Table6 also shows that comparatively less success occurred for DE2 with t = 3 on both sets and therefore in our next comparison results using t = 4 are considered. For a further comparison we also ran DE(CR = 0:5; F = 1) and DE(CR = 0:5, F from (12)) on both A and B0.... In PAGE 14: ... These results for DE(CR = 0:5, F from (12)) are (892; 900) and (396; 406) respectively on A and B0. From these results and the results presented in Table6 it is clear that TS attained by DE and by all the modi ed DE methods both on A and B0 are very much the same. Therefore, it will be interesting to see how much improvement (say, on FE) has been achieved by the proposed modi cations, given the same level of success.... ..."

### Table 1: Fluids in BCDD* Study.

1994

"... In PAGE 13: ... x LIST of TABLES Table1 : Fluids in BCDD Study.... In PAGE 16: ... A quantitative investigation was designed by BOEING-CANADA DE HAVILLAND DIVISION (BCDD) and was run at the NASA Lewis Research Center (LeRC) in 1991. The study pursued the measurement of lift (drag and pitching moment) on a 2D wing model covered with anti-icing fluid (the list of fluids was extensive and is reported in Table1 ). The wing geometry and the velocity schedule were selected to represent the ... ..."

### Table 6: De nition of A.

2000

"... In PAGE 17: ... The translation consists of two parts: for each term P in Lm;v;r, we have to specify, in Lm;r, a term [[P]], and a set of identi ers de nitions, D(P), which de nes the auxiliary identi ers occurring in [[P]]. The de nitions of [[P]] and D(P) are reported in Table6 . The de nition is parametric with a chosen non-empty set V0 fin V al of values, appearing in the clauses for input and output pre xes (thus we should have written [[P]]V0 in place of [[P]]; we have omitted the subscript V0 as no confusion can arise).... In PAGE 21: ... We can accomplish a proper treatment of input and output actions by an appropriate use of matching. More precisely, it su ces to replace the output (both av: and ax:) clauses and the input clause of the de nition of [[ : ]] in Table6 with the following two: [[a(x):P]] = Pv2V0[a = v] Pw2V0 vw:A(~ y; w) where ~ y = fvar([[P]]) ? fxg [[ay:P]] = Pv2V0[a = v] Pw2V0[y = w]vw:A(~ y) where ~ y = fvar([[P]]) : The remaining clauses and the de nition of D are left unchanged. It is easy to see that the translation is still polynomial and that the reduction proofs carry over with few notational changes.... ..."

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### Table 4: Exchange Rate Regimes LYS vs. IMF Classification (in %)

2005

"... In PAGE 13: ... Deeds vs. words: fear of floating and fear of pegging Table4 compares our de facto classification with the de jure classification used by the IMF. As expected, while we find a high degree of coincidence between both classifications (roughly two thirds of the observations are classified identically), there are also a substantial number of mismatches.... In PAGE 13: ...s. 32%). This, in turn, suggests that, when subject to relatively mild shocks, countries are more likely to behave as they claim. Table4 also provides a first pass at the nature of the discrepancies. We can compute the number of countries which claim to be fixers while showing substantial movement in their exchange rates, and similarly, the number of countries that claim to be floaters but actively intervene in exchange rate markets to limit the volatility of the nominal exchange rate.... In PAGE 13: ...42 Figure 6 shows that the number of countries in this category has grown dramatically over the 90s in absolute numbers, increasing hand in hand with the use of floating exchange rate regimes. Table4 shows, however, that fear of floating, appears to have applied to a relatively large fraction of floats even when going back to the early 70s, indicating that it is not, as sometimes is suggested in the literature, a recent phenomenon. 40 Some authors consider as one the group of managed and pure floats, something we believe is inconsistent with an appropriate definition of the bipolar view.... ..."

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