### Table 2 The Aperiod Table. SU(3) SU(2) U(1)Y

"... In PAGE 5: ... It is instructive to consider separately the breaking of U(45) by gauge interactions and by masses. The known gauge interactions divide the 45 states into 3 identical periods, or generations, each of which contains ve multiplets transforming irreducibly under the gauge group: q; u; d; l; e, as shown in Table2 . I have chosen to write each fermion as a left handed spinor of the Lorentz groups, so that u; d, and e are left-handed anti-quarks and anti-leptons.... In PAGE 5: ... I have chosen to write each fermion as a left handed spinor of the Lorentz groups, so that u; d, and e are left-handed anti-quarks and anti-leptons. In Table2 the number of states for each of the ve representations is shown in parenthesis, the total being 15 for each of the three generations.... In PAGE 8: ... The familiar tools of uni ed gauge symmetries, avor symmetries, the properties of supersymmetry and the renormalization group can carry us very far, and can be tested by experiment. The gauge group SO(10) explains the quantum numbers of Table2 . If the 15 known states of a generation, together with a right handed neutrino, are placed in the 16 dimensional spinor representation of SO(10), then every entry of Table 2 follows from the simple group theoretic embedding of SU(3) SU(2) U(1) into SO(10).... In PAGE 8: ... The gauge group SO(10) explains the quantum numbers of Table 2. If the 15 known states of a generation, together with a right handed neutrino, are placed in the 16 dimensional spinor representation of SO(10), then every entry of Table2 follows from the simple group theoretic embedding of SU(3) SU(2) U(1) into SO(10). This is an extraordinary achievement.... ..."

### Table 3 Application Aperiodic Task With ISR

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"... In PAGE 30: ... In this case, the high-priority processing of the aperiodic request is guaranteed by the priority of the hardware interrupt (higher than all other software priorities, in Ada). The user code, then, will be slightly different ( Table3 ). In the call 18... ..."

### Table 2. Aperiodic task parameters ID

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### TABLE I Periodic, Aperiodic, and Fixed-Aperiodic Autocorrelation Biases for Selected S-Boxes

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### Table 4: Irreducible solutions to (17)

### Table 1: Comparing Harmonic to aperiodic ratio (HNR) at the target of different sounds.

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