### TABLE 1: Fixed-parameter tractability of LCS.

### Table 1: The Fixed-Parameter Complexity of the LCS Problem

1995

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### TABLE 2: Fixed parameter tractability of closest string and closest substring.

### Table 1: The Fixed-Parameter Complexity of the LCS Problem Alphabet Size j j Problem Parameter Unbounded Fixed

### Table 1: The Fixed-Parameter Complexity of the LCS Problem Alphabet Size j j

### Table 2: Physics-based tracking problem: Free and Fixed Parameters

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### Table 3: Fixed-parameter values.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Parametric Studies and Results Using the describing function method, a parametric study was undertaken to investigate the signin0ccance of key system parameters. The three cases discussed in Section 3 are analyzed using the n0cxed parameter values of Table3 , and the range of parameter values of Table 4, both being based on available space manipulator data 5 . Table 3: Fixed-parameter values.... ..."

### Table 1. Fixed-parameter values.

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### Table 5 Estimates of factor loadings, error variances, and regression coefficients

### Table 1: Fixed Parameters No. Parameter De nition 1 D cowl diameter 2

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"... In PAGE 15: ... Parameter De nition 1 1 initial cone angle 2 2 nal cone angle 3 xd axial location of throat 4 rd radial location of throat 5 xe axial location of end of \constant quot; cross section 6 3 internal cowl lip angle 7 Hej height at end of constant cross section 8 Hfk height at beginning of constant internal cross section Note: All angles measured positive in counter-clockwise direction geometry are not used | the performance of the inlet thus relies solely on the aerodynamic design of the rigid geometry, such as the extent of external and internal compression, con- traction ratio, inlet start throat area, throat location, shock train length, and divergence of subsonic di user. Figure 10 shows the model of the missile geometry which is composed of six xed parame- ters and eight design parameters given in Table1 and Table 2, respectively. The missile inlet is axisymmetric and the coordinates are given in terms of axial (x) and radial (r) positions.... ..."

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