### Table 3-l which describes the ability of each model to simulate the four distinct operating environments defined as freeway, corridor, arterials or rural highway configurations.

"... In PAGE 15: ... Table3 -l. Operating Environments for Various Traffic Simulation Models Table 5-l.... ..."

### Table 7: Structure of the Analysis of Variance Table, for Single Factor Response Surface Regression

"... In PAGE 19: ... In a similar fashion, a confidence interval for our estimate of can be defined by noting that the standardized value for b should be t-distributed: (71) where is the true value for , so that (72) Regression results should also be framed in an analysis of variance framework. In the simple one factor case, a simple ANOVA table might be as shown in Table7 . In this case, is the sum of squared values of the estimates, and is an estimate of the variance explained by the model, where our model is purely linear (no intercept term) as given in Eq.... ..."

### Table 2. Simulation of the Osgood Transfer Surface, using a three-layer network with backpropagation learning.

"... In PAGE 9: ...andom weights (uniform in [-0.3,0.3]) and with new lists. Scoring was identical to Simulation 1. Insert Table2 about here. Discussion of Simulation 2.... In PAGE 9: ... Discussion of Simulation 2. The results of this simulation are shown in Table2 . For identical stimuli and dissimilar responses there is relatively more negative transfer than in Simulation 1 (-16.... In PAGE 9: ... This hypertransfer is not observed in human or animal learning and represents another major difficulty of backpropagation as a model for human learning and memory. Because the transfer for identical responses and dissimilar stimuli in Table2 is only marginally above zero, we decided to run a number of very small scale simulations to investigate the characteristics of this effect. In these simulations, lists of only three item- pairs were used.... ..."

### Table 7: Network availability results obtained for Flow Case by using EE and AE

"... In PAGE 4: ...27 Accuracy 100 99.12 Rules 21 (not disjoint) Table7 shows the network availability evaluated using the EE and the AE obtained by HC model, together with the corresponding relative errors. The AE expression is used to estimate the system- failure frequency.... ..."

### Table 1: Free-stream and surface conditions

"... In PAGE 4: ... The current study includes numerical simulations for two sets of #0Dow conditions and two hollow cylinder-#0Dare models. Table1 lists the free-stream and surface conditions for the experiments that have been conducted in the ONERA R5Ch low-density wind tunnel. Also included is a set of nominal #0Dow conditions for a test scheduled to be performed in the LENS tunnel.... In PAGE 9: ...arkelovetal.#5B16#5D for the ONERA test case, in which a di#0Berent DSMC code was used. 3.3 Computational Results for LENS Flow Conditions This section presents results of DSMC calculations for #0Dow about two hollow cylinder- #0Dare models at a nominal LENS #0Dow condition #28 Table1 #29, where the #0Dow is Mach 9.57 nitrogen at a free-stream Reynolds number of 14 920 #28characteristic length is the cylinder length, L = 101.... ..."

### Table 1: Free-stream and surface conditions

in NASA/TM-2000-210539 DSMC Simulation of Separated Flows About Flared Bodies at Hypersonic Conditions

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"... In PAGE 8: ... The current study includes numerical simulations for two sets of #0Dow conditions and two hollow cylinder-#0Dare models. Table1 lists the free-stream and surface conditions for the experiments that have been conducted in the ONERA R5Ch low-density wind tunnel. Also included is a set of nominal #0Dow conditions for a test scheduled to be performed in the LENS tunnel.... In PAGE 13: ...arkelovetal.#5B16#5D for the ONERA test case, in which a di#0Berent DSMC code was used. 3.3 Computational Results for LENS Flow Conditions This section presents results of DSMC calculations for #0Dow about two hollow cylinder- #0Dare models at a nominal LENS #0Dow condition #28 Table1 #29, where the #0Dow is Mach 9.57 nitrogen at a free-stream Reynolds number of 14 920 #28characteristic length is the cylinder length, L = 101.... ..."

### Table 2. Network configuration for FFN and RNN

"... In PAGE 8: ...F in al configuration of FFN and RNN models is presented in Table2 . Input data is presented to the i nput neurons and the final values of weights are obtained after tr aining.... ..."

### TABLE 1. Values for the soil properties as, rs,cs,ks, and z0 used in the MPM model.

### Table 1. Flow equations of the model

"... In PAGE 13: ... The overall engine model is depicted in Fig. 4 and the corresponding flow equations are reported in Table1 . This engine model was used to verify the correct behaviour of the controller model shown in Fig.... ..."