### Table 1. Latin Square-based Experimental Design: Procedure used in each of the three organizations.

2001

"... In PAGE 5: ... Further, it was decided that the use of three questionnaires on varied topics would, as well as making a Latin Square design possible, also increase generalizability of the results, with respect to the range of survey questions to which the results would meaningfully apply. The Latin Square design developed is represented in Table1 . Each organization selected three researchers, and each of these researchers applied one of the depicted sequences.... In PAGE 7: ... Expert Review The first method used in evaluating the questionnaires was informal, individually-based expert review. Participating researchers each independently conducted an expert review on an assigned questionnaire (A, B, or C in Table1 ), and determined whether he/she thought each questionnaire item was problematic. The questionnaire review form was designed so that each item was accompanied by a apos;problem indicator box apos; which the researcher marked if he/she perceived a potential problem with the item, for either the interviewer or the respondent.... ..."

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### Table 2. Primitive pentanomials

2000

"... In PAGE 1: ... Table 1 lists all primitive trinomials Xp + Xq +1overGF(2) with degree p = Mn (33 n 36#), q bp=2c. Table2 lists examples of primitive pentanomials Xp + Xq1 + Xq2 + Xq3 +1overGF(2) with degree p = M28. In Tables 1 and 2, only the exponents of the terms are listed.... ..."

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### Table 5: Opportunities for development of Democracy Square based on known web technology features

2005

"... In PAGE 30: ... 2005) Politicians corner Introduction to an issue debate where each party sets out its position. (Gross 2000) Table5 : Opportunities for development of Democracy Square based on known web... ..."

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### Table 3.6: Computed relevance coe cients for predictors at di erent abstract of levels However, there are some considerations in choices between chi-squared based and PRE-based measures. First, both types of measure are normed between 0 and 1 (or ?1 and 1). The chi-squared based V coe cient can only be thought of as a magnitude: the bigger the number, the stronger the relevance. It can neither be interpreted as the percentage of variation in one attribute explained by another, nor can they be interpreted as the proportion of predictive errors that may be reduced by the prior knowledge of one of the attributes. Whereas, the PRE measures have the strength of ready operational interpretation.Second, both measures de ne 0 as no relevance between two attributes. But for Cramer apos;s V coe cient, the perfect relevance is not properly de ned, because of its lack of meaningful interpretation. The PRE measures, such as U and d, reach 1 when

### Table 4.1: Comparison and evaluation of parallel Montgomery multipliers.

2005

### Table 6.1: Montgomery Multiplier implementations in comparison to previous works

2007

### Table 2. Trinomial-pentanomial-Based Tausworthe generators

2002

"... In PAGE 8: ... In Table 1, for each component generator j, the characteristic polynomial of the matrix A0 in (5) is a trinomial of the form Pj(z) = zkj + zqj + 1 where kj gt; qj gt; 0. For the generators of Table2 , we have J = 2, and the characteristic polynomial of A0 is a trinomial for the rst component and a pentanomial of the form Pj(z) = zkj + zqj;1 + zqj;2 + zqj;3 + 1 where kj gt; qj;1 gt; qj;2 gt; qj;3 gt; 0 for the second component. We denote by sj the value of s for the jth component.... In PAGE 8: ... In both tables, the column marked \gaps quot; gives the values of ~ 1; ~ 2; ~ 3; ~ 4, where ~ 1 = maxt s1 t; ~ t = max I2S(st;t) t(I) for t 2: For t 2, the lower the value of the ~ t, the better the generator behaves with respect to the t-dimensional projections. The gap never exceeds 1 for all the generators in the two tables, and all the generators of Table2 are ME. Table 1.... ..."

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### Table 1 Synthesized results of the word-based Montgomery multipliers. area[gates]

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ... Synthesized results of the word-based Montgomery multipliers is shown in Table 1. Table1 shows the esti- mated area and delay for several configurations of the word- based Montgomery multipliers. The delay of word-based Montgomery multipliers which have smaller word size is shorter.... ..."

### Table 2: 3D models for minimizing the object dimension when the object is a sphere, a cube, a 3D strip, a cuboid, a pyramid with equilateral triangles as faces and a square as base, a regular tetrahedron and a cylinder.

2006