### Table 7: Discrete Cosine Transformer

### Table 1: Results for fast discrete cosine transform

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### Table 5: Results for fast discrete cosine transform

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### Table 5: Results for fast discrete cosine transform

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### Table 6: Fast Discrete Cosine Transform

### Table 7: Fast Discrete Cosine Transform

### Table 2: Scheduling Results for the Discrete Cosine Transform

### Table 1: Results for fast discrete cosine transform

### TABLE IV Scheduling results for the Discrete Cosine Transform

### Table 1. Discriminating Descriptors Properties and

"... In PAGE 3: ... The descriptors presented in Table 2 are those which were used for all the calcifications in each group by two or more of the radiologists. Most of the calcifications in the table (especially those unanimously diagnosed as benign) were described with at least one property value which belonged to the set of discriminating descriptors shown in Table1 . The exceptions were: the smudgy and punctate calcifications, the benign and malignant calcifications associated with an opacity, and the calcifications in the indeterminate and discrepant diagnoses groups.... In PAGE 4: ... Further alternative ways of representing the strength of each argument (or the certainty associated with it) are currently being investigated. In the current implementation, those descriptors which were found to be discriminating between benign and malignant calcifications and were never used for indeterminate ones (see Table1 ) have been represented in PROforma as confirming arguments for either candidate. Those descriptors which discriminate between benign and malignant but are also used for indeterminate calcifications are represented as arguments providing support for (but not confirming ) either candidate.... ..."