### Table 1: Comparison among different strategies of test vector generation algorithms

"... In PAGE 5: ... The length of each internal scan chain, C4, is 4 for the circuits S13207 and S15850, 9 for the circuits S35932 and S38417 and 8 for the circuit S38584. In Table1 we show a comparison among various test vector gen- eration strategies. The Increased Compression Algorithm is shown on the left part and it is implemented by imposing half seed overlap- ping as the strict constraint for compaction.... In PAGE 5: ... The Increased Compression Algorithm is shown on the left part and it is implemented by imposing half seed overlap- ping as the strict constraint for compaction. The Increased Com- paction Algorithm is shown on the right part of Table1 . Within the Increased Compaction Algorithm, two kinds of implementa- tions are explored.... ..."

### Table 11-2 (Continued) Total Right Scores and Their Conditional Standard Errors of Measurement

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"... In PAGE 51: ... The conditional standard error of measurement was then obtained at each score level. Table11 -1 displays these CSEMs at these selected score levels. It is important to note that these CSEMs are based on the total 120-item pool for each test.... In PAGE 51: ...) This average CSEM was then squared, divided by the total test variance and then subtracted from one to obtain the reliability. Table11 -1: Conditional Standard Errors of Measurement at Selected Ten-point Scale Intervals and Estimated Coefficient Alpha Reliability Total Right Score Reading Comp. Sentence Skills Arithmetic Elementary Algebra College- Level Math LOEP Reading Skills LOEP Sent Mean LOEP Language Use 110 3.... In PAGE 51: ...92 0.87 Table11 -1 provides a succinct summary of measurement error at selected score intervals. To derive CSEMs for each ACCUPLACER Total Right Score, two additional studies were also conducted.... In PAGE 51: ... Since data for the first five ACCUPLACER tests were based on the NJCBST and CLEP tests, data from those examinations were used to simulate ACCUPLACER examinees for the purposes of estimating CSEMs. These conditional standard errors are presented in Table11 -2. ... In PAGE 52: ...ACCUPLACER A-48 THE COLLEGE BOARD Table11 - 2: Total Right Scores and Their Conditional Standard Errors of Measurement Total Right Score Reading Comp* Sentence Skills* Arithmetic* Elementary Algebra* College-Level Math** 120 .0 .... In PAGE 54: ...ACCUPLACER A-50 THE COLLEGE BOARD Table11 -3: LOEP Total Right Scores and Their Conditional Standard Errors of Measurement ACCUPLACER Score Language Use Sentence Meaning Reading Skills 120 0.00 0.... In PAGE 55: ...ACCUPLACER A-51 THE COLLEGE BOARD Table11 - 3 (Continued) LOEP Total Right Scores and Their Conditional Standard Errors of Measurement ACCUPLACER Score Language Use Sentence Meaning Reading Skills 66 8.82 7.... In PAGE 56: ...ACCUPLACER A-52 THE COLLEGE BOARD Test-Retest Reliability In Table11 -4 test-retest reliability coefficients are displayed for the four original ACCUPLACER Tests. There are three sources for these data.... In PAGE 56: ... The third source of test-retest evidence is a study conducted when the tests were first introduced in 1985. The test-retest correlations reported in Table11 -4 range from .... In PAGE 56: ...80 are disconcerting, the small samples sizes from which these correlations were computed require that these results be interpreted cautiously. Table11 - 4: Test-Retest Reliability Estimates Test Data Source N First Mean S.D.... In PAGE 57: ... The estimated true score can be thought of as the score that would be assigned for an examinee if there were no measurement error. Table11 -5 displays reliability of classification indices for selected cut-scores. For example, for Reading Comprehension and a cut-score of 64, 91% of the examinees were classified the same way using Total Right scores as they would have been if classification decisions were based on examinee true scores.... In PAGE 57: ...90, indicating substantial agreement between classifications based on ACCUPLACER Total Right scores and classifications that would be based on true scores, were they known. Table11 - 5: Reliability of Classification Estimates for Selected ACCUPLACER Cut-scores Test Cut-score Classification Agreement Reading Comprehension Sentence Skills Arithmetic Elementary Algebra College-Level Mathematics 64 70 58 80 60 .91 .... ..."

### Table 6 Comparison of reactivity and proliferation resistance properties RMWR SCR

"... In PAGE 9: ... The specific design data for the RMWR and SCR fuel assemblies analyzed in this work are shown in Table 5. A comparison of the assembly reactivity and proliferation resistance properties of the two AHCLWR concepts is summarized in Table6 . In Figure 6, the kinf versus burnup of the RMWR assembly is shown with and without thorium.... In PAGE 9: ...[30] In either case the use of thorium-based fuels can not be justified on the basis of improved fuel cycle economics alone. However, because of the higher conversion ratio of thorium- based fuels as shown in Table6 , the incremental increase in fissile inventory required to achieve parity in cycle length is not excessive. As shown in Figures 6 and 7, the enrichment increases from 9.... In PAGE 9: ...alues for MOX fuels (e.g. 22.4% and 18.5% for RMWR and SCR, respectively) as shown in Table6... ..."

### Table 3: Testing approaches to product lines and required framework conditions

### Table 1: 7-dimensional vector product algebra

"... In PAGE 5: ... By induction, we deduce that any two vector product algebras having multiplicative bases which contain the same number of elements (equivalently, having the same dimension) must be isomorphic. On the other hand, anyone may convince himself, by a straightforward cal- culation, that V = R7 with multiplication given by Table1 satis es the axioms for a vector product algebra. Then it is also clear that span(;), spanfe1g and spanfe1; e2; e3g are vector product subalgebras of V of the types listed in the proposition.... ..."

### Table 3. Test generation (100,000 vectors) with FF-controllability-based partitioning.

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"... In PAGE 5: ... We also assign a weight Wj for each Sj, just as subgroups with larger bias values are assigned larger weights. Table3 shows how FF-controllability-based partitioning, with reset signal masking, can yield more improvements over no partitioning and random partitioning. The results for no par- titioning and random partitioning are the same as those in Table 2.... In PAGE 5: ... The results for no par- titioning and random partitioning are the same as those in Table 2. You can see from Table3 that for circuit s1423, one more fault was detected than with random partitioning, and the time was reduced by about 75%. For s5378, 27 more faults were detected and the time was nearly halved.... ..."

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### Table 1: 7-dimensional vector product algebra

"... In PAGE 30: ... Hence, classifying the exible dissident maps in 7-dimensional Euclidean space, and thereby the exible quadratic division algebras of dimension 8, com- pletely and irredundantly, is equivalent to solving the normal form problem of the right group action Pds(R7) G2 ! Pds(R7); ( ; ) 7! = 1 (2) We denote by e1 = (1; 0) and e2 = (0; 1) the standard basis vectors in R2. The algebra AE(a; b) we de ne as the vector space R2 with multiplication in the standard basis given by Table1 , and AF (a; b) as R2 with multiplication given by Table 2. 5By we denote the adjoint operator.... In PAGE 31: ...e1 e2 e1 e1 ae1 + be2 e2 ae1 + be2 e1 Table1 : AE(a; b) e1 e2 e1 e1 ae1 + be2 e2 ae1 + be2 e2 Table 2: AF (a; b) Theorem 1.4 Let N 2 Pds(R7) be a cross-section for Pds(R7)=G2, the orbit set of the above group action (2).... In PAGE 60: ... By induction, we deduce that any two vector product algebras having multiplicative bases which contain the same number of elements (equivalently, having the same dimension) must be isomorphic. On the other hand, anyone may convince himself, by a straightforward cal- culation, that V = R7 with multiplication given by Table1 satis es the axioms for a vector product algebra. Then it is also clear that span(;), spanfe1g and spanfe1; e2; e3g are vector product subalgebras of V of the types listed in the proposition.... ..."

### Table I: Suppliers of wet processing control systems and supplies.*

### Table 1. Test vectors

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"... In PAGE 4: ... Because the internal structure implementation of the multiplexers and flip-flops is not known, a hybrid (functional/stuck-at) single fault model is used for the generation of the test vectors, based on the conclusions presented in [8]. Table1 shows the 13 test vectors to be shifted through the User Test Register, generated to test each flip-flop+multiplexer set, and the expected result. They are divided in three groups, depending on the value assigned in the configuration memory to the multiplexer selection input, and to the flip-flop initialization value.... ..."

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### Table 5. Average (across all classes) of sensitivity, speciflcity and MCC for the combined predictors on the non-plant data. Combined Sorters Results Non-Plant Data Networks Sorter Sensitivity Speciflcity MCC

"... In PAGE 15: ...837 0.788 Note: See Table5 for details. Table 7.... ..."