### Table 5.2: Minimum data requirement: Analyzing the solution. D2 denotes the number of views and D1 denotes the number of feature points.

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### Table 5.2: Minimum data requirement: Analyzing the solution. D2 denotes the number of views and D1 denotes the number of feature points.

### Table 4.1.2.6. The number of analyzed solutions per iteration for particular neighborhood and selection rule configurations for TS

### Table 3. Sensitivities of Field and Fixed Laboratory Methods Relative to Cleanup Levels

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### Table 4.1.1.7. The percentage of iterations in which a solution worse from the current one was generated compared to the total number of analyzed solutions for particular move and selection rule configurations for SA

### Table 1. Mean and standard deviation for sodium and conductivity variables analyzed in a 1:10 solution of soil to water from recharge and discharge areas. t-test results obtained after the normalization of the variables via log(x + 1).

### Table 4: Confusion matrix for the best clustering solution.

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### Table I: Resulting ll-ins (number of non-zeros after an in-place factoriza- tion) for the di erent reorderings analyzed. The test problems are discussed in section 4.6. solution is a vector of ones:

### Table 4 Fitting Results of the Analyzed Spectra

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