### Table 4: Average minimum angles for the four classes of test polygons.

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"... In PAGE 30: ... This visual observation was also supported by experimental analysis, for which we plot- ted the distribution of the minimum angles of the triangles for the di erent methods. We summarize those test results in Table4 , which lists the average minimum angle for the four heuristics of FIST (seq, rnd, sort, fcy) and compares them to the results of Shewchuk apos;s code (shew) and Narkhede and Manocha apos;s code (unc). The average angles were computed by averaging over the minimum angle of every triangle in a triangulation, for all polygons of a class of test polygons.... ..."

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### Table 1: Minimum and maximum Euler angles in the data.

"... In PAGE 1: ... The Euler angles of the upper body were subtracted from the Euler angles of the head to calculate the pure head motion angles. The minimum and maximum Euler angles for each dimension can be seen in Table1 . The acoustic signals were processed using the ESPS... ..."

### Table 2: Comparision of minimum elevation angles of one visible satellite

### Table 3. The minimum principal angles between motions of two synthetic human models

"... In PAGE 5: ... The minimum principal angles (proximity graph) be- tween the motions of the same synthetic human model is similar to Table 4. The minimum principal angles between the motions of the two different synthetic human models is shown in Table3 . Obviously, the magnitude of these an- Table 2.... ..."

### Table 2. The second minimum principal angles between parts of the synthetic human model

"... In PAGE 4: ... The recovered kinematic chain is correct. We show the second minimum principal angles between parts in Table2 to see how the second dimension intersec- tion between motions may be detected. The bold font shows the angles that are much lower than the average, which indi- cates a second dimensional subspace intersection between motions and thus indicates that there is an axis link (See Section 2.... ..."

### Table.1 The orientation angles of HWp corresponding to minimum transmission.

### Table 12: Dihedral angles at the global minimum energy conformation of met{enkephalin, using the MSEED model for hydration.

1998

"... In PAGE 38: ...he centroids of the Phe and Tyr aromatic rings.. The values of dihedral angles correspond- ing to the global minimum energy of -283.76 kcal/mole are given in Table12 . Locating this solution required 1033 iterations and 5,082 seconds (HP-C110).... ..."

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### Table 16: Dihedral angles at the global minimum energy conformation of leu{enkephalin, using the MSEED model for hydration.

1998

"... In PAGE 42: ... The values of the 24 dihedral angles, resulting in a global minimum energy of -263.14 kcal/mole, are given in Table16 . This solution was found after 1131 iterations and 5,597 seconds (HP-C110).... ..."

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### Table 13: Dihedral angles at the global minimum energy conformation of met{enkephalin, using the RRIGS model for hydration.

1998

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### Table 17: Dihedral angles at the global minimum energy conformation of leu{enkephalin, using the RRIGS model for hydration.

1998

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