### Table 2. Parameters of H2CO lines observed toward nearby spiral galaxies. The o sets from the central position are given in arcseconds. Errors (1 ) are given in parenthesis. Source Trans.

"... In PAGE 2: ...1. Formaldehyde The parameters of Gaussian ts to the detected lines are given in Table2 .... ..."

### Table 2 shows how the axioms for the Saga trans-

1993

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### Table 2. Specifications of an M-TRAN II module

2003

"... In PAGE 5: ... The motion sequence created by the ALPG software for each module is realized by positioning each motor angle in each time step (60 msec) using this PID position control. Specifications of the M-TRAN II module are summarized in Table2 . More details regarding the mechanical and electrical design of the M-TRAN II module are available in [26].... ..."

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### Table1: The recognition rate in first position of the V1-V2 tran- sitions, for speaker lc (across), and for each working-table (down). The three tables T0, T1, T2 contain respectively the 10 standard configurations, the 10 optimized configurations and 20 contextual configurations.

### Table 1: Comparision of translation estimation accuracy. 1000 experiments each. The true trans- lation is (10,20) and the table shows the mean estimates in position and the standard deviation of our method and the mean-based method for two di erent fragmentation levels. Method Mean error Std Dev of error

### Table 4. Distribution of one and zero attributes for the positive and negative classes with different feature sets: the features of TRANS-ORcub and 1000 randomly chosen features. Note the distribution changes between training and test set for the random features, which would hinder generalization

### Table 1: Early Discoveries of Trans-Neptunian Objects1 Object a e i R Estimated Notes

1996

"... In PAGE 9: ...iameters inside 50 AU are in the range 0.1{0.4M . Concerning the orbital distribution of the objects described below in Table1 , notice that many of the trans-Neptunians discovered to date lie in low-inclination orbits, which is consistent with the dynamical models of Holman amp; Wisdom (1993) and Levison amp; Duncan (1993). Notice also, however, that many lie in higher-e; i states that appear to result from their positions at key resonances (cf.... In PAGE 11: ...data sources: MPECs 1996-B15, 1996-E02; Table1 last updated 05 March 1996. In the future, one looks forward to a much more extensive database of colors and spectroscopy.... ..."

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### Table 5: Predicted and measured misses and deviation of model for the transposition of a sparse matrix of some Harwell-Boeing matrices.

1998

"... In PAGE 5: ...12% for the Harwell-Boeing matrices. The reason for this last result is that the entries distribution in the real matrices is not completely uniform, which produces high deviations for the sparse matrix trans- position model (see Table5 ). Nevertheless, we consider that such amount of deviation is still acceptable for our analysis purposes.... ..."

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### Table 5: Predicted and measured misses and deviation of model for the transposition of a sparse matrix of some Harwell-Boeing matrices.

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ...12% for the Harwell-Boeing matrices. The reason for this last result is that the entries distribution in the real matrices is not completely uniform, which produces high deviations for the sparse matrix trans- position model (see Table5 ). Nevertheless, we consider that such amount of deviation is still acceptable for our analysis purposes.... ..."

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### Table 5: Predicted and measured misses and deviation of model for the transposition of a sparse matrix of some Harwell-Boeing matrices.

"... In PAGE 5: ...12% for the Harwell-Boeing matrices. The reason for this last result is that the entries distribution in the real matrices is not completely uniform, which produces high deviations for the sparse matrix trans- position model (see Table5 ). Nevertheless, we consider that such amount of deviation is still acceptable for our analysis purposes.... ..."