### Table 1: Time-delayed performance

"... In PAGE 6: ... The operator uploads a target designation, and in the next download cycle receive images from the robot, already at that target, perhaps even with its sample collection equip- ment deployed on the feature. We introduced a 6-minute delay (typical for Mars) in our communication system and drove the robot; this run is shown in Table1 , The rover first makes a long traverse, losing its target after 40 meters and then spends time taking images in various directions (a pro- cess that should be performed in one command cycle), before it drives to targets of interest. In the final drive of the field experiment we targeted the distinctive bumper of the command truck.... ..."

### Table 1. History of the Time Delay

"... In PAGE 17: ... Table1 |Continued Reference Data Set Statistic Delay (days) Delay (years) Oscoz et al. 1996, Kundi c et al.... In PAGE 23: ... We follow exactly the analysis of L92, which is based on work by Edelson amp; Krolik (1988). A cross-correlation function was one of the rst statistical techniques used to nd the time delay (see Table1 ). The peak in the correlation between two signals in time should be a reasonable estimate of the delay between them.... In PAGE 35: ... New features have appeared that allow us to improve our estimate of the time delay. To determine the time delay, we have chosen three of the techniques referred to in Table1 : PRH 2 analysis (Press, Rybicki, amp; Hewitt, 1992a,b, hereafter PRHa, PRHb; Rybicki amp; Press 1992; Rybicki amp; Kleyna 1994), dispersion analysis (Pelt et al. 1994, Pelt et al.... In PAGE 36: ... The possibilities for B0957+561 were realized immediately, and VLA and optical monitoring for the time delay began in 1979. Table1 lists measurements of the time delay of B0957+561, showing the literature reference, light curves, and estimate of the time delay in days and in years. Note that before 1989 the results were scattered in delay, with large errors.... ..."

### TABLE I PROPOSED ALGORITHM STEP 1: TIME-DELAY ESTIMATION

### Table 2. Yields and time delays

"... In PAGE 6: ...to t stellar abundance data are shown in Table2 . The large delay parameters ! = 0:4;0:6 for iron and some -particle elements are expected to re ect the time scale for type Ia supernovae (Tinsley 1979; Matteucci amp; Greggio 1986), while the much smaller delay ! = 0:008 for the bulk of the r- process element europium could result from the activity of Type II supernovae near the lower end of their mass range (Mathews, Bazan amp; Cowan 1992).... ..."

### Table 4 Stochastic time delays imposed on the POTS

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"... In PAGE 25: ... Table4 shows the time values we have used for the numerical analysis of the telephony system specification. The table lists the mean durations (first column), the coefficient of variation of the distribution (second column) and the distribution function (last column).... ..."

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### Table 2: Cycle time delay breakdown comparison.

1996

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### Table 1: Parameters of the time delay model.

1999

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