### Table 10. Propulsion machinery options and their characteristics Machinery

2005

"... In PAGE 66: ... For the mechanical transmission type we are having six different options to select from. The characteristics of all the six different options was provided in Table10 [17].When implementing them in ASSET all we need to do is to select the engine type and all the other characteristics will be taken from within ASSET.... ..."

### Table 2. Mathematical operations and com- parators

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... When a constraint variable is declared as an integer, it is necessary to specify also the upper and the lower bound of the integer. Table2 represents the equiva- lence between the operations and comparators we have introduced previously and the corre- sponding GProlog instructions. At the end of this process, for each sequence it is possible to obtain a set of GProlog equations.... ..."

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### Table 10 Investment in Machinery 95 Investment in Machinery 96 Number of Observations

### Table 1. Recommended mathematical functions for the DSIF le format

"... In PAGE 5: ... Functions are written in lower case letters, with their argument between round parentheses: a = sin(3.14159265) a = sin(x(3)+u(1)) We recommend the use of the functions in Table1 ; the list is essentially based on the ISO C99 standard [3]. If necessary, own functions may be in- troduced, but their implementation and properties must be documented else- where.... ..."

### Table 1. Elements necessary to describe the Finite State Markov Channel (FSMC)

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table 1. Elements necessary to describe the Finite State Markov Channel (FSMC) It is important to understand that with the elements defined Table1 , it is possible (under certain assumptions that will be described later) to mathematically obtain relationships between each state, their duration and its physical meaning [38]. The elements shown in Table 1 have some constraints.... In PAGE 6: ... Elements necessary to describe the Finite State Markov Channel (FSMC) It is important to understand that with the elements defined Table 1, it is possible (under certain assumptions that will be described later) to mathematically obtain relationships between each state, their duration and its physical meaning [38]. The elements shown in Table1 have some constraints. Any probability of the matrix P should be between 0 and 1; the rows of P should add up to one and the elements of e should be between 0 and 0.... ..."

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### Table 1a : Execution time in cycles for di erent mathematical operations in the 80386

"... In PAGE 4: ... Table1 b : Execution time in cycles for di erent mathematical operations in the 80387 For this it is necessary to transform the kernels. Probably special (logarithmic) kernels will also help to diminish the number of operations.... ..."

### Table 3. The factors to consider for kicking mechanisms. The actuating system must be chosen with these considerations in mind. For each option, we present the basic system components, the mathematical models necessary to properly specify an appropriate actuator, and an example comparing each option to the pneumatic system we implemented and describe in section V.

2004

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### Table 2 shows the results in mathematics by performance levels at a regional level. The results show that a long road lies ahead before we are able to realize our most cherished democratic dreams. In com- ing years, the achievement of this noble and necessary aim must be the focus of all our energy and talent.

### Table 3: Prede ned Mathematical Functions for the types integer, real, complex, interval, and cinterval Besides the mathematical standard functions, PASCAL{XSC provides the necessary type transfer functions intval, inf, sup, compl, re, and im for conversion between the numerical data types (for scalar and array types). 2.2 The General Operator Concept By a simple example of interval addition, the advantages of a general operator concept are demonstrated. In the absence of user-de ned operators, there are two ways to

### Table 9. Estimated Class Size Effects by Student Demographic Composition and Community Type Mathematics Reading

2002

"... In PAGE 28: ...large districts across the state, but small sample sizes would make this an uninformative exercise with the exception of Los Angeles. Therefore Table9 reports results for third-grade achievement in the state as a whole, Los Angeles Unified school district, the next five largest districts combined, and all districts other than Los Angeles. Note that at least one third of schools in teach of the six largest districts adopted CSR late, providing the necessary conditions for a decline in teacher quality between 1997 and 1999.... In PAGE 28: ... In combination with the very small sample sizes, this limits the value of dividing the sample for this part of the analysis. The results in Table9 suggest that high percentage black and high percentage low income schools in LA Unified suffered large declines in mathematics achievement in response to CSR regardless of whether teacher characteristics are included in the regressions. Specifically, the interaction term between percent black and class size is nearly twice as large in LA Unified as in the state as a whole (see Table 5), and the low income interaction is also positive and statistically significant.... ..."