## List of Tables

Table 1:
Numerically determined value of the 3PN coefficient for the SF part of the redshift observable defined by Eq. (292). The analytic post-Newtonian computation [68] is confirmed with many significant digits. |

Table 2:
Numerically determined values of higher-order PN coefficients for the SF part of the redshift observable defined by Eq. (292). The uncertainty in the last digit (or two last digits) is indicated in parentheses. The 4PN numerical value agrees with the analytical expression (293*). |

Table 3:
Post-Newtonian contributions to the accumulated number of gravitational-wave cycles for compact binaries detectable in the bandwidth of LIGO-VIRGO detectors. The entry frequency is and the terminal frequency is . The main origin of the approximation (instantaneous vs. tail) is indicated. See also Table 4 in Section 11 below for the contributions of spin-orbit effects. |

Table 4:
Spin-orbit contributions to the number of gravitational-wave cycles [defined by Eq. (319*)] for binaries detectable by ground-based detectors LIGO-VIRGO. The entry frequency is and the terminal frequency is . For each compact object the magnitude and the orientation of the spin are defined by and ; remind Eq. (366*). The spin-spin (SS) terms are neglected. |