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**11 - 18**of**18**### Table 20. Definitions of multimedia object classes used in telemedicine applications. (continued)

"... In PAGE 48: ...he bandwidth capability of U.S. Navy communications resources. Table20 lists the bandwidth requirements for different telemedicine services. These requirements change, depending on delivery time and data structure, but this table provides a good indication of the bandwidth requirements for... In PAGE 49: ...Table20 . Definitions of multimedia object classes used in telemedicine applications.... ..."

### Table 20: Median monthly business income byyear and cohort for clients with initial assets below

"... In PAGE 22: ... With the exception of this decrease the development of median business income of di#1Berent cohorts over time is consistent with our hypothesis since it shows that median business income grows over time. How does this compare to the development of smaller businesses? Table20 lists median business income for clients with initial assets below $US 1,000 by the year of the #1Crst client observation #28cohort#29. The table shows the same two e#1Bects.... ..."

### Table 20. Power dissipations of main devices.

in Date

2004

"... In PAGE 106: ... Although PCI specification [52] claims that the maximum power allowed for any PCI board is 25 watts, in a typical personal computer system, the maximum power a PCI board can get from the main board is less than 10 watts. Table20 lists main devices and the corresponding power dissipations. Obviously, the power supply from the PCI bus can- not meet the total power requirement.... ..."

### Table 20: Comparison of the specificity, sensitivity and precision of MultiGen- Prom with previous research on the same dataset

in Contents

2005

"... In PAGE 56: ... The results of this combination were also compared with with the results obtained through the usage of majority voting. Table20 lists out this compar- ison. These results point our the fact that, although the combination of the 9 neural networks using either method provides us with better results than the individual neural networks, the results obtained through the LOP2 method are better.... ..."

### Table 2: Differential Oscillator schematic variables Supply Voltage 3.3 V

2003

"... In PAGE 89: ... Table 20 lists the CTE values for the two dielectric materials. Table2 0: CTE values Axis Rogers 4003C FR-4 x-axis 11 13 y-axis 14 13 z-axis 46 75 The x-axis and y-axis CTE values for the Rogers 4003C and the FR-4 are close enough such that planar expansion will not rupture the PCB. Once the die is attached to the board, resistors used for ESD protection will be soldered to the traces that connect to unprotected IC bondpads.... ..."

### Table 20. ECIR All Runs

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... Number of Submitted Runs of ECIR # of Groups 7 # of Total RUN 17 # of quot;LO quot; RUN 8 # of quot;SO quot; RUN 2 # of quot;VS quot; RUN 6 # of quot;TI quot; RUN 1 (1) All Runs The recall/precision graphs of top runs of ECIR task are showed in Figure 14 (relaxed relevance) and Figure 15 (rigid relevance). Since there are only 17 ECIR runs, we use one table ( Table20 ) to list the techniques which participating groups used in ECIR task. Observing Figure 14, we find that PIRCS group outperforms other groups using relaxed relevance metric.... In PAGE 7: ... Observing Figure 14, we find that PIRCS group outperforms other groups using relaxed relevance metric. Further investigating Table20 , we have an idea that PIRCS uses MT software to carry out translation commission. On the contrary, most groups use dictionaries with select-all, select-top-1, select-top-n, or select-all approaches.... ..."

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### Table 20: Invalid Arithmetic Expressions (Part 2)

"... In PAGE 60: ...Invalid Arithmetic Expressions Table 19 and Table20 list all arithmetic expressions that are invalid within our algebra of ex- pressions. Such expressions are invalid because no reasonable semantics could be de ned for the expression or the expression violates typing rules.... In PAGE 60: ... Operand 1 Operator Operand 2 span - event span + numeric span - numeric span * span span * event span / event numeric + span numeric - span numeric + event numeric - event numeric / span numeric * event numeric / event event + event event + numeric event - numeric event * span event / span event * event event / event event * numeric event / numeric interval * span interval / span Table 19: Invalid Arithmetic Expressions (Part 1) Comparing Table 8 in Section 4.5 to Table 19 and Table20 shows that there are over three times as many illegal expressions as legal ones. We attribute this to two main causes.... ..."

### Table 10 Temporal Locality Analysis All Locations Santa Clara Plano Herndon Paris

1999

"... In PAGE 36: ...File Referencing Behaviour Table10 shows the results of the stack depth analysis for the World Cup workload. We per- formed the analysis for the site as a whole (i.... In PAGE 36: ...ormed the analysis for the site as a whole (i.e., considering all requests) and for each loca- tion independently. Similar mean stack depths in Table10 indicate that the degree of temporal locality is quite consistent across the three North American locations. The degree of temporal locality is noticeably weaker at the Paris site.... In PAGE 36: ... The US based loca- tions typically received requests only (although not exclusively) for pages in English. In Table10 we also provide the median stack depth. Across all sites the median stack depth is significantly smaller than the mean, indicating that the degree of temporal locality in the workload is even stronger than is suggested by the mean depth.... In PAGE 37: ...File Referencing Behaviour ences were at a depth of 816 or less, which is only 4% of the maximum depth of 20,728 (the number of unique files in the trace). Table10 also includes the normalized mean and median stack depths. We calculated these values by dividing the mean or median stack depth by the number of unique files in the trace.... In PAGE 37: ...f 0.2340 and a normalized median stack depth of 0.0399 for a recent proxy trace [5]. The normalized mean and normalized median stack depths reported in Table10 are significantly smaller than the values reported by Barford indicating (as expected) that the temporal local- ity is much stronger in the Web site accesses. Figure 8(a) and Figure 8(b) provide the frequency and cumulative frequency histograms for the stack depth distributions.... In PAGE 71: ....5.1 Temporal Locality Table 20 lists the results of the stack depth analysis for the A-E workload. Compared to the results in Table10 on page 36 for the overall workload, both the mean and median stack Table 20 Temporal Locality Analysis (A-E Workload) All Locations Santa Clara Plano Herndon Paris mean stack depth 75 62 71 73 85 standard deviation 147 72 123 111 123 median stack depth 52 49 51 53 59 90th percentile 121 111 116 125 154 normalized mean stack depth 0.014 0.... ..."

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