### Table II Comparison between standard metal detectors and millimeter wave technology

2007

### Table 3: Example beam tree branching statistics.

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ...Table 3: Example beam tree branching statistics. As an example, consider Table3 which shows the average branching factor for nodes at each depth of the beam tree con- structed for up to 8 specular reflections in the Building model from one source location. The average branching factor (Column 5) gen- erally decreaseswith tree depth and is generally boundedby a small constant in lower levels of the tree.... ..."

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### Table 3: Example beam tree branching statistics.

"... In PAGE 8: ...Table 3: Example beam tree branching statistics. As an example, consider Table3 which shows the average branching factor for nodes at each depth of the beam tree con- structed for up to 8 specular reflections in the Building model from one source location. The average branching factor (Column 5) gen- erally decreases with tree depth and is generally bounded by a small constant in lower levels of the tree.... ..."

### Table 3: Example beam tree branching statistics.

"... In PAGE 23: ... In the limit, each beam becomes so narrow that it intersects only one or two cell boundaries, on average, leading to a beam tree with a small branching factor (rather than a branching factor of O(n), as in the image source method). As an example, consider Table3 which shows the average branching factor for nodes at each depth of the beam tree constructed for up to 8-th order specular reflections in the Building model from one source location. The average branching factor (Column 5) generally decreases with tree depth and is generally bounded by a small constant in lower levels of the tree.... ..."

### Table 1. Anticipated Treatment Effects by Measurement Location

2004

"... In PAGE 2: ... To study these effects, we made measurements at the 12 locations indicated (Table 1). Statistical Methods The experiment was conducted according to a split-plot statistical design, studying material loss resulting from 12 exposure levels ( Table1 ) under 2 conditions (defined by pH). We modeled the effects of exposure levels, pH, and their interaction (1) on initial beam dimensions, to estimate uniformity of beam dimensions prior to intervention, and (2) on dimensional changes following intervention, to estimate means and 95% confidence intervals for effects on material loss at pH = 7, at pH = 6, and the difference.... ..."

### Table 1. Relative performance of BOLOCAM and existing millimiter and submillimeter array cameras on other telescopes. BOLOCAM will allow an improvement in mapping speed of two orders of magnitude. Mapping speed is equal to the area of sky that can be surveyed to a limiting ux of 1 mJy in one hour of integration.

"... In PAGE 5: ....2. Mapping Speed We have designed BOLOCAM to have a large mapping speed, FOV=S2, where FOV is the eld-of-view solid angle and S is the point source sensitivity, in order to carry out deep surveys. Table1 compares some of the characteristics of the largest millimeter-wave bolometer array systems. BOLOCAM is designed as a survey instrument, with a great mapping speed accomplished primarily by a large increase in the number of detectors and the eld-of-view compared to other instruments (see Figure 2).... ..."

### Table 1. The beam search procedure

### Table 1 Beam characteristics summary Location (end

"... In PAGE 3: ...The rms beam characteristics in the buncher and cooler sections are summarized in Table1 . The beam is symmetric in this lattice, so the y properties are similar to those in x.... ..."

### Table 1 Beam characteristics summary Location (end

"... In PAGE 3: ...The rms beam characteristics in the buncher and cooler sections are summarized in Table1 . The beam is symmetric in this lattice, so the y properties are similar to those in x.... ..."

### Table 2: Beam tracing statistics.

1999

"... In PAGE 14: ...76 Table 1: Spatial subdivision statistics. Table2 shows results of the beam tracing phase. The first two columns list the test model and how many input polygons it has.... ..."

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