### Table 1: LDA results of two di erent \Jun Yang quot;.

"... In PAGE 2: ...Table 1: LDA results of two di erent \Jun Yang quot;. Table1 lists an illustrative result from LDA. We depict topics that clearly show the di erences for disambiguating authors with exactly the same name.... ..."

### Table 1. Lee{Yang zeros observed using multihistogramming.

"... In PAGE 10: ... The errors in the partition function and in the position of the complex zeros were computed by a standard binning procedure. Table1 and Table 2 contain our results for the zeros. We rst checked that multihistogram- ming was working quite well with our data by looking at multihistograms of the speci c heat and susceptibility.... In PAGE 14: ... For the Fisher zeros, only the zero closest to the real axis was observed for any lattice size. The Lee{Yang zeros we observed with multihistogramming are listed in Table1 . The least- squares ts to eq.... In PAGE 14: ...42) dH = 0:788 0:033 (j = 2) : (4.43) All data points with j 2 shown in Table1 were included in the ts. Using Nv instead of N for the volume of the system we obtain: dH = 0:787 0:013 (j = 1) (4.... ..."

### Table 7. Node data and computational results for GoYang network.

"... In PAGE 21: ...52 kW) from a reservoir with a 71-m fixed head. The water demands are shown in Table7 , and the pipe lengths are shown in Table 8, which have a Hazen-Williams coefficient C of 100. The minimum head limitation is 15 m above ground level.... In PAGE 21: ... [34], and the fifth column those from this study. Table7 shows the corresponding node head results. Kim et al.... ..."

### Table 8. Comparison of pipe diameters for GoYang network.

"... In PAGE 21: ...52 kW) from a reservoir with a 71-m fixed head. The water demands are shown in Table 7, and the pipe lengths are shown in Table8 , which have a Hazen-Williams coefficient C of 100. The minimum head limitation is 15 m above ground level.... In PAGE 21: ... Eight commercial diameters and HS parameter values are listed in Table 2. Table8 compares the diameter solutions obtained using the HS-based model with those obtained using other methods: the third column shows the results from the original design, the fourth column those from Kim et al. [34], and the fifth column those from this study.... ..."

### Table 1: 8 dimensional Cohomological Yang-Mills Theories

"... In PAGE 8: ... The reduction of the holomony group to Spin(7) or SU(4) allows an invariant closed four from , which we have used for both topological action and covariant gauge xing condition. A comparison of two cases is made in the Table1 . We expect that a model on the eight dimensional hyperKahler manifold with Sp(2) apos; Spin(5) holonomy is also interesting.... ..."

### Table 4: Grammar Comparison, best in bold Sequence Simple symbol stream Binary (w/LZ77-style stream) Original Kieffer-Yang Original Kieffer-Yang

2004

"... In PAGE 14: ... Furthermore, even when we use the simple encoding method, Kieffer-Yang still does not show much improvement over the traditional version. Table4 shows the size of the simple symbol stream on DNASequitur with and without the Kieffer-Yang improvement. It also compares the sizes of the binary files after encoding with the LZ77-style symbol stream.... ..."

### Table 3: SCFTs based on N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories rank 2:

"... In PAGE 13: ... By counting the number of parameters, however, we nd that the singularity is of the form y2 = (x2 ? b2)r+1 (b 6 = 0 is of order ) and their SCFTs belong to the same universality class as MAr. In summary, in Table3 we present a list of universality classes in N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories with classical gauge groups.We explicitly write down the dimensions for lower rank theories:... In PAGE 18: ...It is easy to check that the above construction reproduces the exponents of Table3 in the case of An and Dn singularities. Thus we have some consid- erable evidence for the A-D-E classi cation of SCFTs originating from pure N = 2 gauge theories.... ..."

### Table 6. Comparison of the objective metrics of the original and optimized antennas. Design by Yang et al. Our optimal design

1991

"... In PAGE 12: ...adius = 2.03 cm, axial ratio = 0.48, S11 = -17.8 dB and probe radius = 0.20 cm. Table6 provides the mean and standard deviation for each of the individual metrics. These results indicate the Bayesian VNSP algorithm yields a design which has improved values for the compound objective and each of the individual objective metrics when compared to the original design of the sleeve antenna, except for probe radius.... ..."

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### Tablet Property Optimization in the Development of a Pharmaceutical Formulation HUSHENG YANG, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals

2007