### Table 1 Scan Parameters for RTI Multislice Studies Rest

"... In PAGE 2: ...64 mm resolution at 72 images/sec or 5 mm resolution at 100 images/sec. Specific parameters from each of our studies are sum- marized in Table1 . We initially used single-shot CEPI in a resting wall-motion study, but found that two-shot CEPI resulted in reduced image artifacts.... ..."

### Table 6. Inequality and the Measurement of Inequality

"... In PAGE 5: ...akistan .... 12 Table6 . Inequality and the Measurement of Inequality .... In PAGE 19: ...8 Given the analysis above, inequality should increase with a more comprehensive definition of consumption (by an argument similar to that given above with respect to FGT indicators with ca 2 1). Table6 presents calculations for both Ecuador and Pakistan. Estimated inequality in Ecuador ranges from a Gini coefficient of 0.... ..."

### Table 5: Regional Inequality

2003

"... In PAGE 10: ...Table5 , regional income inequality calculated at the provincial level with a rural-urban divide has increased. The Gini coefficient rose from 29.... ..."

### Table 1. Assumed inequalities

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ... If we have implementations of all the given components satisfying their requirements, then ful lling all these relations is a su cient condition for the composition to satisfy the require- ments (1)-(3). Table1 shows the assumed relations between several constants enabling a proof for (3). The two upper inequali- ties assume an earlier update of move- ment and Movement than Reached Po- sition.... ..."

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### Table 1. Candidate Values for Inequalities

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... In addition to the equality operators, numerically typed properties may be involved in inequality expressions of the following form. lt;property gt; lt;inequality gt; lt;value gt; For various inequality operators, Table1 shows how to cal- culate elements to add to the candidate set. MaxPlayers is... In PAGE 7: ...1, lines 27-29). It can also occur by applying Table1 to the predicate at A.4, line 19.... In PAGE 8: ... This can be accomplished in two ways: (1) by reducing the number of candidate values as- sociated with properties and (2) by more quickly recogniz- ing infeasible assignments. A simple optimization of the first kind concerns the selection of values for inequalities as described in Table1 , where we were given a numeric inequality of the following form. lt;property gt; lt;inequality gt; lt;value gt; In response to these inequalities, we added lt;value gt; 1or lt;value gt;+1 as candidate values for the specified property.... ..."

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### Table 1. Candidate Values for Inequalities

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... In addition to the equality operators, numerically typed properties may be involved in inequality expressions of the following form. lt;property gt; lt;inequality gt; lt;value gt; For various inequality operators, Table1 shows how to cal- culate elements to add to the candidate set. MaxPlayers is... In PAGE 7: ...1, lines 27-29). It can also occur by applying Table1 to the predicate at A.4, line 19.... In PAGE 8: ... This can be accomplished in two ways: (1) by reducing the number of candidate values as- sociated with properties and (2) by more quickly recogniz- ing infeasible assignments. A simple optimization of the first kind concerns the selection of values for inequalities as described in Table1 , where we were given a numeric inequality of the following form. lt;property gt; lt;inequality gt; lt;value gt; In response to these inequalities, we added lt;value gt; 1or lt;value gt;+1 as candidate values for the specified property.... ..."

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### Table 3. Income redistribution and Inequality

"... In PAGE 24: ...3 Therefore, given a high a degree of universalism in transfers, a more equal income distribution must be obtained via the tax system. Table3 shows a number of indicators associated with redistribution. Column one shows public income transfers as a share of GDP4 and column two the top marginal tax rate on wage income, the next two show two widely used measures of inequality, income distribution shares and Gini- coefficients, while the final column shows poverty rates in the working-age population.... ..."

### Table 4. Inequity indices (1997).

"... In PAGE 12: ... For this case, the hypothesis of equidispersion is accepted and a standard Poisson model is used to estimate consumption. Table4 reports need and expenditure concentration indices and the final HIWV. The final column shows the t statistic, which indicates if inequity is significant or not.... ..."

### Table 1. Notations in CIR inequalities

2003

"... In PAGE 2: ... The coverage and capacity requirements are re ected in so-called CIR inequalities (Carrier-to-Interference-Ratio) that have to hold for each user. These inequalities at the core of our optimization model follow the pattern: Received Signal Interfering Signals + Noise Threshold Using the notation from Table1 , the CIR inequality for the uplink reads: quot; mj p quot; m p quot; j quot; mj quot; m p quot; m quot; m (1a) The CIR inequality for the downlink is somewhat more complicated, since code orthogonality has to be considered for signals from the same cell: # jm p# jm # jm 1 !m p# j # m p# jm + P i6 =j # im p# i + m # m... ..."

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### Table 1: Strength of TSP inequalities. Class of inequalities Strength Ref.

"... In PAGE 2: ... In Section 3, we formally describe a measure to compare two polytopes and show how it can be used to compare various relaxations of the TSP. The results summarized in Table1 are established in Section 4 and interpreted in Section 5. Finally, we conclude with some remarks in Section 6.... ..."