### Table 7: Nerve conduction study variables.

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ...dian motor latency at the wrist and the median sensory latency. The full list of nerve conduction variables is given in Table7 of the Appendix. Precise de nition of the severity of CTS varies from clinician to clinician.... In PAGE 26: ...Variable Coding Sensory Loss Location 1 rst to third ngers 2 fourth and fth ngers 3 all ngers 4 other Wasting Location 1 Thenar Eminence 2 Hypothenar Eminence 3 other Severity 1 mild 2 moderate 3 severe Weakness Location 1 Thenar Eminence 2 Hypothenar Eminence 3 other Severity 1 mild 2 moderate 3 severe Table 6: Coding of clinical examination variables. Table7 records the nerve conduction study variables used in the study. It should be noted that the ulnar measurements were included by Dr.... ..."

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### Table 11: Discrepancy between the measured impulse response and the models for Gaussian pulses.

"... In PAGE 57: ... Convolving the Gaussian pulse from Figure 44 with the impulse response from Figure 44 results in the signal shown in Figure 45. The results of the convolutions are shown in Table11 . In the table it can be seen that for a discrepancy smaller than 5% a model with 5 bins with a binwidth of 32 can be used.... ..."

### Table 3- 2 Altimeter Transmitter Parameters (without Pulse Compression)

"... In PAGE 58: ... It will become apparent in the ensuing parts of the report that these improvements are paid for by increasing the basic complexity of the system. The six systems that were specifically considered in this part of the study are compared in Table3 -1. The accuracy goals of the parent study have been used to define the resolution requirements and, in turn, the minimum bandwidth requirements of 20 MHz.... In PAGE 59: ... Table3 - 1 System Surface Wave Disp. Delay Line Serrodyne Technique Perpendicu- lar Diff.... In PAGE 68: ... This improves resolution by a factor of 10. Table3 -3 lists the revised parameters. 3 -13 I .... In PAGE 70: ...Peak Power (radiated) Pulsewidth Compressed Pulse- width PRF Average Power (radiated) Energy/Pulse Table3 - 3 Altimeter Transmitter Parameters (with Pulse Compression) Raythe on* TWT 250 W 1 CLS 10 ns 100 KHz 25 W 250 pJ GE #1 TWT 100 KW 1 CLS 10 ns 100 Hz 10 w .lJ GE #2 TWT 4 KW 1 CLS 10 ns 5 KHz 20 w 4000 pJ GE #3 TWT 20 KW 1 CLS 10 ns 1 KHz 20 w 20000 pJ 3.... In PAGE 87: ... To provide this commonality, we have reinterpreted the SGAS system power allocation based upon power efficiencies shown in Figure 2-1. The three systems that are compared in Table3 -4 are all referenced to the SGAS computation for adequate S/N on a single pulse basis. This point is identified on Figure 2-3 as SGAS recommended system.... ..."

### Table 1: a summary of experiences using a mobile autonomous robot, a small stationary humanoid robot and an interactive touch screen for focused study of the design of interactive systems for children with autism.

in A Comparison of Interactive and Robotic Systems in Therapy and Education for Children with Autism

### Table 1: Signals for automated vehicle longitudinal control system diagnostics

1997

"... In PAGE 8: ... The continuous domain, sensor, ob- server, and residue design is summarized in Tables 1 and 2 included from [21]. Table1 summarizes 18 di erent signals to be used in the fault detection and identi cation scheme. Some of the signals are directly measured while others are estimates obtained from the observers discussed in [21].... ..."

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### Table 2. Agilent and Tektronix TDR System Characteristics.

### Table 1: Signal objects de ned in SignalProcessing`Support`. For the syntax of CPulse, Dirichlet, FIR, IIR, LineImpulse and Pulse, consult the on-line documentation (e.g., ?CPulse).

"... In PAGE 5: ... We now examine them in more detail. Table1 lists the twelve new functions. There are discrete and continuous versions of the impulse (Impulse and Delta), step (Step and CStep), and pulse functions (Pulse and CPulse).... In PAGE 8: ... (However, certain obvious simpli cations are carried out: for example, InvZ[z,n][Z[n,z][f]] reduces to f.) Similarly, the functions of in Table1 are not reduced to Mathematica built-in objects until they appear as arguments to TheFunction. One may wish to reduce them, for example, in order to use Mathematica apos;s built-in plotting routines to plot them.... In PAGE 8: ... One may wish to reduce them, for example, in order to use Mathematica apos;s built-in plotting routines to plot them. Naturally, some functions in Table1 , like Delta and Unit, cannot be expressed in terms of Mathematica built-in objects, so TheFunction leaves them alone. Other Features Another facility provided by SignalProcessing`Support` is the plotting of signals and transforms.... In PAGE 18: ... Transforms of exponentials in the time domain are inverse-transformed by the exponential property rule, not by table lookup. Some strategies for inverting z-transforms ( Table1 0) are similar to those applied in taking forward z-transforms, but some new ones are also needed. Two such strategies are partial fractions and power series expansion.... In PAGE 19: ... complex cepstrum: Z?1flog X(z)g ! ? 1 nZ?1 ( z X(z) d dz X(z)) *9. apply the inverse z-transform to the rst N terms of a series expansion about z = 0 Table1 0: Strategies for inverse z-transforms. An asterisk means that once the rule is applied to an expression, it will no longer be applied to any part of that expression.... In PAGE 33: ...designing/analyzing 1-D analog lters DTFT discrete Fourier analysis EducationalTool interactive version of a conference paper describ- ing educational impact of Mathematica LaPlaceTest testing procedure for Laplace transforms PiecewiseConvolution tutorial on discrete/continuous convolution README brief introduction SignalProcessingExamples interactive version of paper in the The Mathemat- ica Journal SignalProcessingIntroduction introduction to Mathematica, signal processing, and the signal processing packages SignalProcessingUsage usage information about every new object de ned by the signal processing packages zTransformI z-transform tutorial, part I zTransformII z-transform tutorial, part II zTransformIII z-transform tutorial, part III Table1 1: List of the signal processing Notebooks transforms as long as the options are set properly. The default options are biased toward DTFT apos;s: Domain - gt; Continuous, DomainScale - gt; Linear, MagRangeScale - gt; Linear, PhaseRangeScale - gt; Degree, and PlotRange - gt; All.... In PAGE 40: ...Possible Values Meaning Apart Rational, All Partial fraction decomposition only applies to polynomials with real or rational coe cients Definition True, False Use the transform de nition if all else fails to nd the transform (does not apply to the inverse z or Laplace transforms) Dialogue False, True, All Ascending levels of justi cation Simplify True, False Apply SPSimplify to result Terms False or integer Number of terms in series expansion (False means none) TransformLookup list of rules Users can specify their own transform pairs, like {x[n] : gt; X[z]} or {y[t1,t2] : gt; Y[s1,s2]} Table1 2: Meaning of the Options for the Transform Rule Bases... In PAGE 41: ...Option Default Value CTFTransform Dialogue False Simplify True DFTransform Dialogue False InvDFTransform Dialogue False Terms False DTFTransform Dialogue False LaPlace Dialogue True Simplify True InvCTFTransform Apart Rational Dialogue False Simplify True Terms False InvDTFTransform Dialogue False Terms False InvLaPlace Apart Rational Dialogue True Simplify True Terms 10 InvZTransform Dialogue True Terms 10 ZTransform Dialogue True Table1 3: Options for the Transform Rule Bases. Definition always defaults to False and TransformLookup always defaults to an empty list.... ..."

### Table 3- 3 Altimeter Transmitter Parameters (with Pulse Compression)

"... In PAGE 58: ... It will become apparent in the ensuing parts of the report that these improvements are paid for by increasing the basic complexity of the system. The six systems that were specifically considered in this part of the study are compared in Table3 -1. The accuracy goals of the parent study have been used to define the resolution requirements and, in turn, the minimum bandwidth requirements of 20 MHz.... In PAGE 59: ... Table3 - 1 System Surface Wave Disp. Delay Line Serrodyne Technique Perpendicu- lar Diff.... In PAGE 68: ... This improves resolution by a factor of 10. Table3 -3 lists the revised parameters. 3 -13 I .... In PAGE 69: ... Also more capacity is needed in the data link which transfers the measured height information to the ground. Table3 - 2 Altimeter Transmitter Parameters (without Pulse Compression) Transmitter Tube Peak Power (radiated) Pulsewidth PRF Average Power (radiated) Energy/Pulse Raytheon * TWT 1 KW 50 ns 100 KHz 5w 50 pJ GE apos;x*# 1 Magnetron 100 KW 100 ns 100 Hz 1w 10,OOOp J GEW #2 Magnetron 4 KW 100 ns 5000 Hz 2w 400~ J GE :x:: # 3 Magnetron 20 KW 100 ns 1000 Hz 2w 2000 p J * This represents the direct conversion of the SGAS System to pulse compres- sion to provide a direct basis for comparison. It is not the system that has been described in Table I- 1.... In PAGE 87: ... To provide this commonality, we have reinterpreted the SGAS system power allocation based upon power efficiencies shown in Figure 2-1. The three systems that are compared in Table3 -4 are all referenced to the SGAS computation for adequate S/N on a single pulse basis. This point is identified on Figure 2-3 as SGAS recommended system.... ..."

### Table 5.10: ATMS/ATIS Management System: Maximum Response Time

2001

### Table 1: PULSE Protocol Parameters

"... In PAGE 3: ... Every peer has a buffer, where it stores the chunks it receives prior to playback. Table1 lists the main buffer parameters. The buffer of a PULSE node uses a mechanism based on a sliding window of W chunks to regulate the data reception process.... In PAGE 3: ... For this experience, we used a population of 800 testbed nodes. The most important system parameters were set in a similar way as we did in [5] (see Table1 ) to allow for an easy direct comparison with results from pre- liminary simulations. The scenarios are defined in Table 2: HH-LB (High Heterogeneity, Low Bandwidth): this sce- nario corresponds to a very pessimistic bandwidth distribu- tion: not only the upload capacities are heavily asymmetric, but more than half of the nodes can contribute no more than one half of the original stream bitrate.... ..."