### Table 3. Baseline concept. Inertia, torque and power breakdown. If the direct drives offer control torque without injecting friction, which is important for the control system performance, one has to consider that actually that performance depends on the ratio between friction and inertia. It will be a future task to assess if, given the high inertia of OWL, rim-pinion drives or friction drives can be used without decreasing the performance of the telescope.

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### Table 3. Driving performance parameters as predicted by the steering model and as measured in a driving simulator experiment.

2001

"... In PAGE 32: ... Four dependent measures of driving performance (the mean and the standard deviation of steering angle, and the mean and the standard deviation of the vehicle lateral position) were used for a quantitative comparison of the model and the empirical data. Table3 shows the driving parameters produced by the steering model in comparison to the same parameters from the validation experiment. Analysis of variance was performed for each of the four dependent measures using three levels of road curvature and two sources of data (model simulation versus human subject).... ..."

### Table III. Driving Performance Parameters as Predicted by the Steering Model and as Measured in a Driving Simulator Experiment Straight 400 200

2001

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### Table 5. Results of analyses comparing alternative multiple regression models prediction of controller activity.

2006

"... In PAGE 9: ... We used a method that allowed us to compare specific regression models instead of an analysis such as stepwise linear regression because we wanted to assess the relative contribution of specific variables to the model rather than simply those variables that made statistically significant contributions, such as would result when conducting a multiple regression analysis. Table5 shows the results of these analyses. Row 1 shows the multiple correlation of the full model containing all three predictor variables (Number of Aircraft, Complexity Rating, and Complexity Value) with the criterion variable (number of R and RA controller data entries).... ..."

### Table 2: harmonic drive estimated parameters

"... In PAGE 4: ... By xing the value of = 12, Equation 4 forms a linear regression model for the system, that can be solved for di erent experi- ments. Table2 summarizes the compliance parameter for the harmonic drives of our two setups. 3.... In PAGE 5: ... Figure 6 illustrates the torque t obtained for four typical experiments. Table2 summarizes the estimate friction parameters of two harmonic drives assuming xed Tss2 = 0:1, and their consistency measure. The consistency measure for all parameters are less than 30%, which indicates the reliability of the estimated parameters.... ..."

### Table 4: Parameter estimates and standard errors of age and age-squared in OLS regression models predicting the logarithm of annual earnings (men and women combined).

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ... In sum, thinking in terms of status as well as of class does not appear to add a great deal to our understanding of differences in age-earnings curves. To check on this impression more formally, we show in Table4 results from analyses, based on the same data as used in Figure 1, in which we regress earnings on age and age-squared. It is evident from the first panel of Table 4 that, as would be expected, the coefficients for both age terms are significantly larger for Classes I and II than for Class V+VI+VII.... In PAGE 16: ... To check on this impression more formally, we show in Table 4 results from analyses, based on the same data as used in Figure 1, in which we regress earnings on age and age-squared. It is evident from the first panel of Table4 that, as would be expected, the coefficients for both age terms are significantly larger for Classes I and II than for Class V+VI+VII. But, from the second panel, it can be seen that, while the coefficients for status band 1 are larger than those for status bands 2, 3 and 4, there is far less differentiation among the latter.... ..."

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### Table II. Overview of the nine unique, maximum order deadbeat controllers with pD 3.

### Table 2. Standing/Balance Gait Characteristics for Various Impulsive Control Torques

"... In PAGE 10: ... Decreasing the magnitude of Mimpulse results in a faster standing/balance gait at a lower energy state, with a very small displacement of the tip of the swing limb above the ground. Table2 summarizes the characteristics .1 ; 1tstep;ytip/ of the standing/balance gaits for three im- pulsive control torques.... ..."

### Table 8: Binary Logit Models for Driving Slower and Driving at Steadier Speeds Responses

2007

"... In PAGE 10: ...ethods (see, e.g., Greene 2002). Table8 summarizes the model results. The model of driving slower predicts that individuals living in highly commercially developed neighborhoods were somehow most likely to reduce speeds during the spike.... ..."

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