### Table 2 Mathematical Software Packages Utilized Mathematical

1999

"... In PAGE 4: ... Problem originally suggested by H. S. Fogler of the University of Michigan ** Problem preparation assistance by N. Brauner of Tel-Aviv University MATHEMATICAL PACKAGES USED IN THE COMPARISON Table2 lists the various mathematical software packages that were used in the solutions to the problem set and the individuals who kindly provided the solution set. These individuals had considerable experience with the software package that they utilized.... ..."

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### Table 1. Mathematical notations.

"... In PAGE 3: ...o interaction between peers. Note that we only have one ISP in our model. The issues of multiple ISPs and multihoming are much more complicated and will appear in our future work. Lastly, Table1 contains all notations used in our mathematical model. Let a39a40a27a30a29 denote the traffic demand (or transmission rate in unit of Mbps) from peer a2 to peer a31 .... ..."

### Table I. Mathematical Notations

2005

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### Table 1: Mathematical notation.

1999

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### Table 1 Mathematical notations

2005

"... In PAGE 2: ... An example operation can illustrate how our scheme works more clearly. We enlisted symbolic representations in Table1 to ease the understanding 1 Note that it is also possible to use additional techniques to detect congestion. We do not focus on this to assure needed emphasis on the multicast congestion control rather than... ..."

### Table 1. Mathematical Notation.

"... In PAGE 8: ...ll VCs are routed entirely on VPs, i.e. there are no individual VCs carrying traffic without being assigned to a VP. Table1 gives the notation used in this study. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE

1998

"... In PAGE 5: ...Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE Table1 summarizes the notation used in this section. We make no assumptions at this point about the domain, range, or input/output types of the functions save for the following: (8w; x; y; z) S(R(P(w); P(x)); Q(y; z)) = S(R(P(y); P(z)); Q(w; x)) (1) Equation 1 must be satis ed for AKE to work properly.... ..."

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### Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE

1998

"... In PAGE 5: ...Table 1: Mathematical Notation for AKE Table1 summarizes the notation used in this section. We make no assumptions at this point about the domain, range, or input#2Foutput types of the functions save for the following: #288w; x; y; z#29 S#28R#28P#28w#29;P#28x#29#29;Q#28y;z#29#29 = S#28R#28P#28y#29;P#28z#29#29;Q#28w;x#29#29 #281#29 Equation 1 must be satis#0Ced for AKE to work properly.... ..."

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