### Table 1. The Reuse Distance Distribution of AEC and SL

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ...3 Memory Behavior Studies The collected memory traces are post-processed to insert the reuse distance information to each memory request. Table1 summarizes the distribution of reuse distances for sequential and parallel versions of AEC and SL. Note that we are focusing on the impact of memory references on multithreaded processors where multiple threads are likely to share processor caches.... ..."

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### Table 2. The distance distribution of the 600-cell.

"... In PAGE 28: ... Degree 12 is the only problem, and that can be addressed by ensuring that the 12-th ultra- spherical coefficient of h vanishes. The fact that spherical harmonics of degrees 13 through 19 sum to 0 over the 600-cell is easily checked using the distance distribu- tion from Table2 , which tells for each vertex how many others have a given inner product with it. One can also prove it using invariant theory as follows.... ..."

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### Table 22: The distance distribution for Random Walk model

### Table 23: The distance distribution for Random Direction model

### Table 22: The distance distribution for Random Walk model

### Table 23: The distance distribution for Random Direction model

### Table 5. Distance distribution of two consecutive Ums

2007

"... In PAGE 9: ... We also performed the same task for U28. The results are shown in Table5 . In the human genome, there are 397,505 (396,501+1,004) intervals larger than 153 bases containing not one 28-mers UM (see Table 3).... ..."

### Table 3. Summary statistics for centroid distance distributions. Euclidean distance

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### Table 3. Distribution of distances and

### Table 4. Average Message Distance Distribution (16 Node Hypercube).

1992

"... In PAGE 12: ... The destination distri- butions of the programs that use tree-broadcast communication (fault simulation, Gaussian, simplex and EISPACK) are similar to that of the FFT. Table4 summarizes the spatial locality of message passing for the eleven benchmarks on a 16 node hyper- cube. Except for the test generation program, all the programs send most of the messages to the nearest neighbors.... In PAGE 25: ... Out-of-Order Message Arrivals due to Monitoring (Node 0 of an 8 Node Hypercube). Table4 . Average Message Distance Distribution (16 Node Hypercube).... ..."

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