### Table 5: Hyperion Steering Maneuverability Test Results

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ...rials, Hyperion was commanded to travel at 30 cm/s along a given arc. Once in steady state, a new arc was commanded. Steering axle angle data were recorded during the steering transitions, and an exponential curve was fit to these data to determine the time constant of the steering system and steady state angle errors. Table5 shows the time constants along with the steady state fit angle. The time constants were initially calculated in units of samples rather than seconds, leading to a slight uncertainty in the time constant due to the variability of the number of samples taken per second, which was found to be on the order of 0.... ..."

Cited by 6

### Table 5: Hyperion Steering Maneuverability Test Results

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ...rials, Hyperion was commanded to travel at 30 cm/s along a given arc. Once in steady state, a new arc was commanded. Steering axle angle data were recorded during the steering transitions, and an exponential curve was fit to these data to determine the time constant of the steering system and steady state angle errors. Table5 shows the time constants along with the steady state fit angle. The time constants were initially calculated in units of samples rather than seconds, leading to a slight uncertainty in the time constant due to the variability of the number of samples taken per second, which was found to be on the order of 0.... ..."

Cited by 6

### Table 7. Data from Corpus Analysis

1990

Cited by 8

### Table 1: The 9 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models whose output constitutes the data in our analysis.

2005

"... In PAGE 13: ... 2000), just a portion of the dataset analyzed by the REA method in Giorgi and Mearns (2002). Output from 9 different AOGCMs (see Table1 and references therein) consists of present and future average surface temperatures, aggregated over the 22 regions shown in Figure 1, two seasons (DJF and JJA) and two 30-year periods (1961-1990; 2071-2100). Thus, we will separately treat (Xi, Yi), i = 1, .... ..."

Cited by 1

### Table 9--Elasticity estimates from the different models

"... In PAGE 21: ... Because these four models are non-nested rationalizations of the s ame data, some divergence exists in t he elasticity estimates across the four models, with those from t he log-infrequency of purch ase model the most plausible. The last row of Table9 gives the sample me an of the elasticity of postal services demand with respect to the probability of compute r own ership. For the log-infrequency model, this mean elasticity implies that increases in th e p robability computer owners hip bring about reductions in the demand for postal delivery services at the household-level.... ..."

### Table 3: Results of the sensivity analysis for 10% perturbations the results are most sensitive to variations in the tra c counts. We conclude this section by noting that the application of MEUSE on both the illustrative example and the real problem indicates its potential and seems to assess its applicability.

"... In PAGE 21: ... More precisely, the values quoted in this table are de ned by kT ? T kp kTkp = 8 gt; gt; gt; gt; gt; lt; gt; gt; gt; gt; gt; : qPij(Tij?T ij)2 qPij T2 ij if p = 2 maxij(jTij?T ijj) maxij Tij if p = 1 where T is the matrix estimated with the original model and T is the matrix computed with the perturbed problem. We immediately note the relatively low sensitivity of the model with respect to its internal parameters, as indicated in the rst ve lines of Table3 . The fact that MEUSE is more sensitive to perturbations in its data than in its parameters is a good feature of this model.... ..."

### Table 1. Corrected e+/- counts and positron fraction vs energy for HEAT94 and HEAT95, and the combined data set.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Table1 shows the corrected positron and electron counts and resulting positron fractions obtained from this analysis for the two data sets, binned according to the energy of the particle at the top of the atmosphere. The hadronic background and the secondary positrons and electrons produced in the atmosphere have been subtracted from the raw counts to obtain the corrected counts shown in this table.... ..."

### Table 3: Mean of Variance Images of ALI, Hyperion, and Fused Bands in Fusion through PCA, V= Mean of Variance Image

2005

"... In PAGE 6: ... When using PCA, only the overall mean of variance images can be calculated. Table3 shows that this overall variance of the PCA-fused image has increased compared to the PCA results obtained only from ALI or Hyperion data. Fig.... ..."

Cited by 3

### Table 4. Numerical analysis of the www data flow

"... In PAGE 8: ... The increase and later decrease of the allocated band- width to the www flow indicates the occurrence of a renegotiation by priority demand. Taking as reference the www flow, Table4 shows the variation of the allocated bandwidth during the www flow duration. Note that, at stage (e) the allocated band- width reached its nominal value, but after the admission of the music application the ... ..."

Cited by 1