### Table 10: Masks for step edges

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### Table 1: Computed values of the optimality criteria for the step edge.

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### Table 1: Valid test sequence for the FSM of Figure 6 Test step Edge name Edge cost

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"... In PAGE 16: ...Consider the test sequence for the FSM in Figure 6 ( Table1 ). While the test sequence is being executed, the values of timer-related variables of the model change with the progress of time.... In PAGE 16: ... Now the IUT is back in its initial state v0 with both timers inactive and all transitions tested, so the test sequence returns to the system initialization state vt through transition eo . The test sequence shown in Table1 satisfies all timing constraints imposed by the two timers tm1 and tm2. In addition, the time conditions for all transitions in the FSM are satisfied at any time during the test sequence traversal.... In PAGE 23: ... The test sequence of (17) consists of three subtours containing the edges defined in the original graph (Figure 6) and the auxiliary edges of eon and eo ; the observer edges are dropped. Note that the test sequence of Table1 , which was derived manually, corresponds to Subtour 1. Subtour 1 z }| { eon; e2; e3; e4; e5; e8; e1; e2; e4; e6; e7; e8; eo Subtour 2 z }| { eon; e2; e4; e5; e6; e7; e8 Subtour 3 z }| { e2; e3; e4; e8; e1; e2; e4; e7; e8; eo (17) v t v 0 e on e of f v 1 e 2 v 1 v 2 e 4 e 3 v 2 e 4 v 2 e 5 e 8 v 2 e 5 +e 6 v 2 e 7 e 8 v 0 v 0 e of f v 0 e 1 v 1 e 2 v 2 e 4 v 2 v 2 e 7 e 8 e 6 v 0 e of f v 1 e 2 e 3 e 4 v 2 e 8 v 1 v 0 v 0 e 1 v 1 e 2 v 2 e 4 v 2 e 7 e 8 Figure 10: The final graph for the FSM of Figure 6.... ..."

### Table 1: Responses of four detectors to a step edge along one of four directions.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Assume that h is the steepness of a step edge, Table 1 summarizes the responses to a possible edge through pixel (x; y) along one of those four directions. Based on the four detectors, we define a local discontinuity measure as Exy = EHxy + EVxy + ECxy + EDxy 4 : (2) ( Table1 and Figure 1 should be around here.) In order to detect contextual discontinuities, we employ spatial variance to form a measure.... In PAGE 16: ... For instance, this approximation is applied in the adaptive smoothing algorithm(6) to measure local discontinuities. As in Table1 , h indicates the steepness of a step edge along one of the four directions shown in Figure 1. The approximate gradient values are shown in Table 2.... ..."

### Table 2. Performance for the refinement step when edges are marked randomly

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### Table3. Performance for the refinement step when edges are marked in a single

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### Table 4. Performance for the repartitioned refinement step when edges are marked in

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### Table5. Performancefor the coarsening step when edges are marked randomly

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### Table 3: Numerical results of the right step edge of gure 8 (window size: 33 28)

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### TABLE I RESPONSES OF FOUR DETECTORS TO A STEP EDGE ALONG ONE OF FOUR DIRECTIONS

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