### Table XVII. The Percentage of Selected Databases That Do Not have Enough Overlap Documents, for Result Lists of Different Lengths

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### Table XVIII. The Average Number of Downloaded Documents Required to Provide Overlap Information about 3 Documents per Selected Database Trec123 Testbed Trec4 kmeans Testbed

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### Table III. Precision at Different Document Ranks using the CORI and Semisupervised Learning Approaches to Merging Retrieval Results. INQUERY and Language Model Search Engines Trec123 Testbed Trec4 kmeans Testbed Document

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### Table X. Precision at Different Document Ranks using the CORI and Semisupervised Learning Approaches to Merging Retrieval Results. INQUERY Search Engine Trec123 Testbed Trec4 kmeans Testbed

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### Table XI. Precision at Different Document Ranks using the CORI and Semisupervised Learning Approaches to Merging Retrieval Results. Resource Descriptions were Created from 300 Sampled Documents Trec123 Testbed Trec4 kmeans Testbed

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### Table XII. Precision at Different Document Ranks using the CORI and Semisupervised Learning Approaches to Merging Retrieval Results. Resource Descriptions were Created from 700 Sampled Documents Trec123 Testbed Trec4 kmeans Testbed

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### Table XX. The Number of Overlap Documents per Database Overlap Documents Per Database Result

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### Table XIV. The Number of Overlap Documents per Database on the Trec123 Testbed

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### Table XVI. The Number of Overlap Documents per Database on the Trec4 kmeans Testbed

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### Table 1: Formulas for determining whether uncertain- ties of the form in (6) can be handled by various shaper designs to guarantee less than 5% residual vibration over the entire uncertainty region.

"... In PAGE 8: ... We have computed curve t formulas for the o set, !min, !max, c1, and c2 as a function of model for 0 model 0:2 for the ZV and ZVD positive shapers, and for 0 model 0:14 for the ZVDD. The formulas are given in Table1 and are accurate to within 5% over these ranges. They tend to be less accurate for lower damping constants because of the rapid change in contour size in this range, as indicated in Figure 6.... In PAGE 8: ... As with the EI shaper, since the 2-hump shaper is designed so that the `humps apos; have a maximum of 5% residual vibration (see Figure 2), the parameter Dmin in the bottom plot in Figure 9 is always equal to 1. Curve t formulas for the o set, !min, !max, c1, and c2 as functions of model for 0 model 0:2 for the 2-hump EI positive shaper are given in Table1 . The formulas for the EI and 2-hump EI shapers are accu- rate to within 10%.... In PAGE 9: ... parabola to t the `upper and lower halves apos; of the EI and 2-hump EI sensitivity contours. Using the formulas in Table1 and the following pro- cedure, we can easily determine whether the 5% sen- sitivity contour of the various shapers covers an un- certainty of the form (6). 1.... In PAGE 9: ... 2. For the given model, compute the o set, !min, !max, c1, c2, Dmax from Table1 . For the ZV, ZVD, and ZVDD shapers, set Dmin = 0; for the ZV, ZVD, ZVDD, and 2-hump EI shapers, set Dmax = +1.... In PAGE 10: ... From the model and uncertainty information, we have l = 0:75; h = 2:125; !l = 0:8646; !h = 1:1441: 2. From the formulas for the ZVD shaper in Table1 , we have o set = 1:4500; c1 = 0:002614; !min = 0:8440; c2 = 0:03332; !max = 1:1625; Dmin = 0; Dmax = +1: Since l gt; Dmin, h lt; Dmax, !l gt; !min, and !h lt; !max, we need to proceed to step 3 to de- termine if the uncertainty region is encompassed by the 5% ZVD sensitivity contour. 3.... ..."