### Table 12. CEY projections for 2008-2012 for Pacific halibut regulatory areas (Mlb)

2007

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 11. Qualitative Summary of Effects by Option................................................................................xvi Table12 .... In PAGE 24: ... The two assessments produced very similar estimates of total abundance (total exploitable biomass about 400 M lb, total available yield about 80 M lb) but the distribution among areas was quite different, with the coastwide assessment showing more biomass and available yield in Areas 3B and 4 than the closed-area assessments and less in Area 2. Area Table12 shows projected CEY on the basis of the 2006 coastwide stock assessment, a 20% coastwide target harvest rate, and the biomass distribution estimated from the 2004-2006 survey CPUE by area. The IPHC did not adopt staff recommendations for the 2006 projections for Area 2C and, instead, adopted a CEY of 8.... ..."

### Table 2: Applying an improved 55 Million method to estimate the number of people who will use computers at work in 2012 yields an estimate of approximately 90 million

2005

"... In PAGE 7: ... We insert t=2012 into the fitted functions to estimate computer usage rates for 2012, and then multiply each rate against the corresponding projected head count. As shown in Table2 , this yields the estimate that approximately 90 ... ..."

### Table 2: 10th: 10th root compression and mean normalization.

"... In PAGE 3: ...s 23.5% (Table 1). Simply applying 10th root compression and mean normalization reduced the average word error rate to 15.4% ( Table2 ). Applying quantile equalization further im- proves the result leading to an error rate of 13.... ..."

### Table 4. The yield of gas from 2007 to 2020 (unit:billion cubic) year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

2007

### Table 3. Other UK-connected journal publishers on the Web

"... In PAGE 2: ... Evolution of a species: the growth of peer-reviewed e-journals 1994-97 Table 2. Online journals produced by HEFC pilot site licence publishers Table3 . Other UK-connected journal publishers on the Web Table 4.... ..."

### Table 1: Workshop attendance Industry Number of companies

in Agent Technology in Supply Chains and Networks An exploration of high potential future applications

"... In PAGE 4: ... Forty participants of thirty-four different companies or institutions participated. The attendees provided a well-balanced mix of the various groups (see Table1 ). The seminar was subdivided into three sessions: a plenary session in the morning covering agent theory and sample applications, four parallel workshops to identify agent applications, and a concluding plenary session to exchange findings and discuss conclusions in the afternoon.... ..."

### Table 1: State variables for the workshop example.

1998

"... In PAGE 12: ...et TX s.t. for all x; y 2 X s.t. x 6 = y, hx; yi 2 TX i there is a path from x to y in Gv. Variable Domain v1 fa; b; c; dg v2 fe; fg Table1... In PAGE 26: ... Finally, both the lathe and the drill require that the power is on. This is all modelled by ve state variables, as shown in Table1 , and nine operators, as shown in Table 2. This example is a SAS+-IAO instance, but it does not satisfy either of the P, U and S restrictions in Backstrom and Nebel [1995].... In PAGE 57: ...By inspecting the lattice more closely, we can provide a simple character- ization of when the problems are tractable and intractable, respectively. The simpli ed presentation is shown in Table1 . We see that if an instance does not satisfy the I and A? restrictions, then we cannot solve it in polynomial time with any of the methods presented here.... In PAGE 58: ...O - US BPG tractable PG tractable IA? BPG tractable Intractable - Intractable Intractable Table1 : Simpli ed map of the complexity of SAS plan generation. 7 Concluding Remarks 7.... ..."

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