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Table A.2

Textual information of Supplementary sample 3 & 4.

No.DatasetSource paper ref.PageTarget paper ref.Context
DBLP Kumar and Najjar (1999) Duato (1993) corresponding clock cycles, can be significantly lower than adaptive routers This di erence in router delays is due to two main reasons: number of VCs and output (OP) channel selection. Two VCs are su cient to avoid deadlock in dimension ordered routing [6]; while adaptive routing (as described in [=?=] requires a minimum of three VCs in k-ary n-cube networks. In dimension-ordered routing, the OP channel selection policy only depends on information contained in the message header itself. In adaptive routing the OP channel selection policy depends also on the state of the router (i.e the occupancy of various 
 
DBLP Wei et al. (2004) Stam and Fiume (1993) the physically correct large-scale behaviors and interactions of the gaseous phenomena, at realtime speeds. What we require now is an equally efficient way to add the small-scale turbulence details into the visual simulation and render these to the screen. One way to model the small-scale turbulence is through spectral analysis [=?=] Turbulent motion is first defined in Fourier space and then it is transformed to give periodic and chaotic vector fields that can be combined with the global motions. Another approach is to take advantage of commodity texture mapping hardware, using textured splats [6] as the rendering primitive. King et 
No.DatasetSource paper ref.PageTarget paper ref.Context
DBLP Kumar and Najjar (1999) Duato (1993) corresponding clock cycles, can be significantly lower than adaptive routers This di erence in router delays is due to two main reasons: number of VCs and output (OP) channel selection. Two VCs are su cient to avoid deadlock in dimension ordered routing [6]; while adaptive routing (as described in [=?=] requires a minimum of three VCs in k-ary n-cube networks. In dimension-ordered routing, the OP channel selection policy only depends on information contained in the message header itself. In adaptive routing the OP channel selection policy depends also on the state of the router (i.e the occupancy of various 
 
DBLP Wei et al. (2004) Stam and Fiume (1993) the physically correct large-scale behaviors and interactions of the gaseous phenomena, at realtime speeds. What we require now is an equally efficient way to add the small-scale turbulence details into the visual simulation and render these to the screen. One way to model the small-scale turbulence is through spectral analysis [=?=] Turbulent motion is first defined in Fourier space and then it is transformed to give periodic and chaotic vector fields that can be combined with the global motions. Another approach is to take advantage of commodity texture mapping hardware, using textured splats [6] as the rendering primitive. King et 
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