### Table 2 Piecewise Polynomial; contribution of control lines

"... In PAGE 6: ... Similarly, as the number of sections increases, the improvement resulting from the addition of another section diminishes. The next experiment was designed to investigate the contribution of linear features for a varying number of control points with the piecewise polynomial model; see Table2 . Adding straight line features to the solution generally improves the results, particularly when there are fewer control points.... ..."

### Table 4 Comparison of Piecewise Polynomial to Gauss-Markov

"... In PAGE 6: ...1 Analysis Although the piecewise polynomial model generally has a reasonably small number of parameters and is relatively simple to implement, there are several advantages to be gained by using the Gauss-Markov model. Table4 shows how results from the Gauss-Markov model are significantly better than those of the piecewise polynomial model for the same control point configurations. The improvement offered by Gauss-Markov is especially evident when control lines are used.... ..."

### Table 3: Low Dimension Test Results for Piecewise Polynomials: x0 i = 1

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### Table 4: Medium Dimension Test Results for Piecewise Polynomials: x0 i = 1

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### Table 5: High Dimension Test Results for Piecewise Polynomials: x0 i = 1

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### Table 6: Low Dimension Test Results for Piecewise Polynomials: x0 i = 0

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### Table 8: High Dimension Test Results for Piecewise Polynomials: x0 i = 0

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### Table 3.2. The parameters of Theorem 3.3 for nite element methods using piecewise polynomials of degree k.

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### TABLE 3 Errors and e ectivity indices for Example 1 using piecewise hierarchical polynomial approximations.

### Table 1. Piecewise linear signals with four different polynomials.

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"... In PAGE 3: ... For lack of space we have not presented this extension here, but we will include this system in our simulation results. In Table1 we compare the performance of our denois- ing systems against a classical hard thresholding algorithm [2] and against cycle-spinning [1]. In this experiment we... ..."

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