### Table 1: Estimation of yield initiation curves In Table 1 we can see the normalized estimation errors of the yield initiation curves estimation for various function families (some additional information is included).

"... In PAGE 5: ... Since each optimization problem has a different output, we modify the results so that they are directly comparable. In particular, in Table1 we present: the kind of coefficients used, the root of the normalized total square error; the minimum and maximum value of c1 and c2. Note that the minimum and maximum value of c1 and c2 are equal in the case of constant coefficients (first column) while they differ in the case of functional coefficients (second and third column).... ..."

### Table 2. An Initial Curve-Fitting Comparison: Rayleigh vs Parr Usinn SE

1982

"... In PAGE 54: ... One more twist was added to force the search to stay within the initial search box. In the first curve-fitting comparison the Parr curve did much better than the Rayleigh curve on each of four projects (see Table2 ). The average of the standard error across the projects showed that the Parr fits were nearly twice as good (2204 to 3926).... In PAGE 88: ... The number of calls was never included. Table2 shows the amount of variation 2 explained (R ) as each new factor is included in the equation. Based on a .... ..."

### Table 2: Curved Surface Initial Conditions

1995

"... In PAGE 12: ... Axes are graduated in centimeters. Initial conditions are given in Table2 . Again, the Case 3 simulation is augmented by an additional trajectory of points.... ..."

### Table 1. Parameter Changes in This Study Relative to Moore et al. [2004]

"... In PAGE 3: ... ratios are based on work by A. Krishnamurthy et al. (The effects of dilution and mixed layer depth on delib- erate ocean iron fertilization: 1-D simulations of the Southern Ocean Iron Experiment (SOFeX), submitted to Journal of Marine Systems, 2007) (hereinafter referred to as Krishnamurthy et al., submitted manuscript, 2007) ( Table1 ) and are closer to mean diatom versus nondiatom values from Geider et al. [1998].... ..."

### Table 2. Convergence Results Under Different Initial Guesses for the Curved Part Number Guess Velocities Displacements Number

"... In PAGE 12: ...885 . (64) The results for this curved part are listed in Table2 with differ- ent initial guesses, planned velocities, and the resulting dis- placements given the planned velocities. The initial guesses will affect the convergence speed of the algorithm.... ..."

### Table 1: The initial yield curve and the column of weights fwg for the 2 4-quarterly swaption.

2000

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### Table B.2: Tabulated values of the initial yield curve in terms of LIBOR rates and the

### Table 1. Mechanical properties of duplex and lamellar microstructures

1999

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### Table 2 The values used for the initial matrix concentrations in the second set of calculations with varying initial matrix concentration and the indexing of the curves in Figs. 10 and 11

1998

"... In PAGE 10: ... These conditions for which the equilibrium is reached at temperature Teq may result during cooling after solidifi- cation. The configurations that have been used as the input for the simulations have been summarised in Table2 . As in the reference system, Eqs.... In PAGE 11: ...ig. 10. The dissolution kinetics of a Mg2Si-layer for different initial concentrations. The curves are explained in the text and in Table2 . The homogenisation temperature was reached at t833 8.... ..."

### Table 1 The values used for the initial matrix concentrations in the first set of calculations with varying initial matrix concentration and the index- ing of the curves in Figs. 8 and 9

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ... This variation yields a change of the overall concentrations. The conditions used in the first set of calculations are listed in Table1 while the results are shown in Figs. 8 and 9.... In PAGE 9: ...ig. 8. The dissolution kinetics of a Mg2Si-layer for different initial concentrations. The curves are explained in the text and in Table1 . The homogenisation temperature was reached at t833 8.... In PAGE 9: ...ig. 9. The evolution of the inhomogeneity parameter for different initial concentrations. The curves are explained in the text and in Table1 . The homogenisation temperature was reached at it833 8.... ..."