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**1 - 7**of**7**### Table 1. Pairs of Performances for the experiments. Performers: (i) The Beatles. (ii) London Festival Orchestra, Cond.: Henry Adolph. (iii) London Festival Orchestra, Cond.: Alberto Lizzio. (iv) Camerata Academica, Cond.: Alfred Scholz. (v) Slovak Phil- harmonic Orchestra, Cond.: Libor Pesek. (vi) London Philharmonic Orchestra, Cond.: Alfred Scholz.

### Table 3. Distribution of DAs in the corpus. nique was used for each dialogue: the segments of the cur- rent dialogue were classi ed using a tree grown on the other dialogue apos;s segments. Classi cation errors are 535, corres- ponding to a 38.7% error rate. In a second experiment, only seven DAs were considered, obtained by clustering more similar classes. In Table 4 cluster de nitions and their occurrences in the corpus are 3The authorswould like to thank Alberto Lavelli for such tem- poral expression detector.

1997

"... In PAGE 3: ... In the experiments, a corpus of 1383 segments is used, resulting from the manual semantic segmentation of the col- lected data. Such segments have been labeled using the 18 DA labels shown in Table3 together with the number of their occurrences in the corpus and the corresponding fre-... ..."

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### Table 7 shows a generally high use of repetition. The mean relative share of FBU is 10% or more in all cycles. The trend is clearest exemplified by Alberto, Bernarda, Abdelmalek, Zahra, Mahmut, Ergun, Tino, Andrea and Madan. Of these learners, all except Bernarda and Ergun, show a decrease in their use of repetition from cycle 1 to cycle 3, but still keep at a level over 10%. A decrease is also found for Ilhami, Cevdet, Marcello and Lavinia, who show an initial high use of repetition, but end up with less than 10% of their feedback units being repetitions. An increase use of repetition, reaching 10% in

1993

"... In PAGE 18: ...) A non-decreasing use (no change or very slight rise) is found for Fernando, Fatima, Bernarda, Ergun and Ravinder. Table7 , thus, shows a clear decrease in the number of repetitions used for feedback from cycle 1 to cycle 3 for 14 of the 20 learners and for 17 of the 20 learners if reformulations are left out and only pure repetitions alone or in combination with simple feedback is included (the second of the two C1-C3 columns in table 7). This tendency is so clear that it can probably not be accounted for in terms of source language influence.... ..."

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### Table 2. Authors with highest number of papers and collaborators.

"... In PAGE 11: ...he average number of papers per author is 1.80, while the average number of collaborators is nearly double at 3.36. Table2 shows the most productive and most collaborative authors. Changing the name representations does not affect either list significantly, with one notable exception: if all representations of Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli in the ACM database are taken into account, he tops both lists.... ..."

### Table 1: Nominal rates of assistance to agriculture and other industries via trade policies,a 1992 and post-Uruguay Round implementation (per cent)

2000

"... In PAGE 2: ... The views expressed are those of the authors alone and not necessarily those of their current or former employers. Thanks are due to Anna Strutt of the University of Adelaide (on leave from University of Waikato) for doing the painstaking work required to produce the estimates in Table1 , and to Crawford Falconer, Merlinda Ingco, Will Martin, Alberto Valdes and Dan Sumner for helpful comments and suggestions. Forthcoming in Economic... In PAGE 9: ...for 1992, and of how distortions will change with Uruguay Round implementation.3 By using production for each sector across geographic regions valued at distortion-free prices as weights, it is possible to infer the nominal rates of assistance to each sector resulting from these trade policy distortions before and after the Round ( Table1 ). The data suggest agricultural protection will fall by about one-fifth or more in advanced and newly industrialized economies but still will be extremely high compared with that for manufacturing.... ..."

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### Table 4. Analogue functional test compaction: (a) defect level as a function of the number of performances tested and (b) order of elimination of performances

in Ultrasonic

2007

"... In PAGE 41: ... They are aimed to be a self-training lecture complement. Table4 lists available exercises, implemented in JavaScript and Java. The exercises fall in 4 categories: ... In PAGE 42: ... 41 Activity in carry propagate adders Simulation Carry propagation free addition (Carry Save) Simulation Brent-Kung carry look-ahead tree generation Synthesis Serial multiplication (add/sub and shift) Simulation Generation of multipliers partial products Synthesis Generation of multiplier reduction tree Synthesis Generation of modulo reduction (for self-checking operators) Synthesis Layout of quot;Robertson apos;s diagram quot; for division Diagram Datapath of a sequential divider Operation part Sequential division (add/sub and shift) Simulation Datapath of a square root extractor Operation part Sequential square root extraction (add/sub and shift) Simulation Floating point add/subtract/multiply/divide Simulation Datapath of a sequential logarithm (Cordic) Operation part Sequential logarithm and exponential (add/sub and shift) Simulation Layout of the convergence domain for Sine/Cosine (Cordic) Diagram Sequential sine and cosine (add/sub and shift) Simulation Table4 . List of available exercises Figure 21 shows a typical synthesis.... In PAGE 56: ... Reliable Mixed-signal Systems (RMS) 55 number of performances to be tested for 95 % confidence interval of the defect level ( Table4 (a)) under the actual order of eliminating the performances as a function of the defect level (Table 4(b)). It must be noticed that the results obtained are closely related to the choices of the tolerance of the specifications as well as the fluctuations of the process of simulations.... In PAGE 56: ... Reliable Mixed-signal Systems (RMS) 55 number of performances to be tested for 95 % confidence interval of the defect level (Table 4(a)) under the actual order of eliminating the performances as a function of the defect level ( Table4 (b)). It must be noticed that the results obtained are closely related to the choices of the tolerance of the specifications as well as the fluctuations of the process of simulations.... In PAGE 90: ... Table 3 lists the invited researchers who stayed for several months. Table4 lists the interns and trainees. NAME FIRST NAME POSITION AESCHLIMANN Fabien Ph D.... In PAGE 95: ... 94 ROSILLO Mickael FRANCE 6 months ROUSTAN Benjamin FRANCE 3 months SALAH Yahia TUNISIA 4 months SAMPAIO DA SILVA Carlos Alberto BRAZIL 1 month SFAXI Lilia TUNISIA 4 months TORRELLAS Sergi SPAIN 8 months TORRES Albert SPAIN 2 weeks TRABELSI Anis TUNISIA 4 months USE Nicolas FRANCE 1 month YI Zhou CHINA 5 months Table4... ..."

### Table 4 lists the interns and trainees.

in Ultrasonic

2007

"... In PAGE 41: ... They are aimed to be a self-training lecture complement. Table4 lists available exercises, implemented in JavaScript and Java. The exercises fall in 4 categories: ... In PAGE 42: ... 41 Activity in carry propagate adders Simulation Carry propagation free addition (Carry Save) Simulation Brent-Kung carry look-ahead tree generation Synthesis Serial multiplication (add/sub and shift) Simulation Generation of multipliers partial products Synthesis Generation of multiplier reduction tree Synthesis Generation of modulo reduction (for self-checking operators) Synthesis Layout of quot;Robertson apos;s diagram quot; for division Diagram Datapath of a sequential divider Operation part Sequential division (add/sub and shift) Simulation Datapath of a square root extractor Operation part Sequential square root extraction (add/sub and shift) Simulation Floating point add/subtract/multiply/divide Simulation Datapath of a sequential logarithm (Cordic) Operation part Sequential logarithm and exponential (add/sub and shift) Simulation Layout of the convergence domain for Sine/Cosine (Cordic) Diagram Sequential sine and cosine (add/sub and shift) Simulation Table4 . List of available exercises Figure 21 shows a typical synthesis.... In PAGE 56: ... Reliable Mixed-signal Systems (RMS) 55 number of performances to be tested for 95 % confidence interval of the defect level ( Table4 (a)) under the actual order of eliminating the performances as a function of the defect level (Table 4(b)). It must be noticed that the results obtained are closely related to the choices of the tolerance of the specifications as well as the fluctuations of the process of simulations.... In PAGE 56: ... Reliable Mixed-signal Systems (RMS) 55 number of performances to be tested for 95 % confidence interval of the defect level (Table 4(a)) under the actual order of eliminating the performances as a function of the defect level ( Table4 (b)). It must be noticed that the results obtained are closely related to the choices of the tolerance of the specifications as well as the fluctuations of the process of simulations.... In PAGE 56: ... It must be noticed that the results obtained are closely related to the choices of the tolerance of the specifications as well as the fluctuations of the process of simulations. Defect level (ppm) Number of performances Order of elimination Performance 0 11 1 SR+ [0,1] 10 2 PSRR (G_{ND}) [0,3] 9 3 THD [1,9] 8 4 CMRR [4,17] 7 5 {GBW}_D [12,27] 6 6 PSRR (V_{DD}) [19,42] 5 7 Intermodulation [28,58] 4 8 A_D [42,75] 3 9 I_{DD} [57,92] 2 10 Noise [73,113] 1 11 Phase Margin (a) (b) Table4 . Analogue functional test compaction: (a) defect level as a function of the number of performances tested and (b) order of elimination of performances 3.... In PAGE 95: ... 94 ROSILLO Mickael FRANCE 6 months ROUSTAN Benjamin FRANCE 3 months SALAH Yahia TUNISIA 4 months SAMPAIO DA SILVA Carlos Alberto BRAZIL 1 month SFAXI Lilia TUNISIA 4 months TORRELLAS Sergi SPAIN 8 months TORRES Albert SPAIN 2 weeks TRABELSI Anis TUNISIA 4 months USE Nicolas FRANCE 1 month YI Zhou CHINA 5 months Table4... ..."

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