### Table 24. Effect of an annual limit on charter halibut harvest in Area 2C Six-fish Limit Harvest Estimates Five-fish Limit Harvest Estimates

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 23. Estimated reductions in harvest through elimination of crew harvest in Area 3A...................... 31 Table24 .... In PAGE 46: ....6.4 Effect of an Annual Limit (Area 2C Only) The proposed measures include an annual limit on the number of halibut an individual could harvest while on charter trips in Area 2C. Table24 shows the estimated harvest reduction associated with this measure. A six-fish annual limit would have reduced harvest by charter clients by nearly 7.... ..."

### Table 4. The derived parameters of the two-component blackbody fits to the SEDs for the southern globule (IRAS 1043025931) and selected sources seen in the northern region (N1, N2, N3 and N4) as shown in Figs 10 and 12. The parameters correspond to the temperature of the outer shell, Touter, at the maximum radius, Rmax, and the temperature of the inner shell, Tinner, at the minimum radius, Rmin. Estimates of the luminosities (LTOT), spectral types and IR spectral indicies (aIR) are also given.

"... In PAGE 11: ...lackbody fits as described in Section 3.3.2. The parameters from these simple fits are given in Table4 . The sources N1, N2 and N4 have similar properties to the SED for the southern globule: they peak in the far-IR, correspond to similar temperatures and radii, have aIR .... ..."

### Table-A.1. True and Estimated Gielis Parameters with the Limits on them for Estimation

2006

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### Table-A.2. True and Estimated Gielis Parameters with the Limits on them for Estimation

2006

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### Table 1. Estimated bias with confidence limits.

"... In PAGE 17: ... In the third method (method C), each observation is weighted by the inverse of the observation error covariance matrix R that was estimated using Eqn (31) and all 200 images. Table1 shows the estimated bias (average error) of the intrinsic parameters for all three meth- ods. Confidence intervals with a 95% confidence level are also presented.... ..."

### Table 1. Confidence limits and reproducibility estimates derived from 20 control subjects, studied at 0 and 6 months.

### Table D-2. Summary of upper limit MIR estimates for the SAPRC-99 mechanism, and comparison with directly calculated MIRs.

### Table 1. Tidal constituents analyzed and the limits of truncation error (TE) estimates.

"... In PAGE 3: ...2 Truncation error for the WNAT model domain Seven separate simulations using the WNAT mesh (Figure 1) are performed and the individual results are harmonically analyzed from day 12 through day 15 to produce the elevation and x - and -direction velocity amplitudes and phases. Each simulation is forced at the open ocean boundary by one of seven tidal constituents ( Table1 ). The localized truncation error is computed for each of the seven constituents by employing central difference approximations with the elevation and velocity amplitudes and phases to estimate the partial derivatives of equation 4 at interior nodes of the WNAT mesh (Hagen 1998 and 2001, Hagen, Westerink and Kolar 2000b).... In PAGE 3: ... As a result we are able to estimate truncation error at 215,574 of the 333,701 nodes. y The minimum and maximum truncation error is presented in Table1... ..."

### Table 6: The estimated performance limit of using Relevance Feedback in Robust Track

"... In PAGE 8: ...3. Experiments in Robust Track The experimental results using our algorithm on the dataset of robust track this year is shown on Table6 and is labeled HKPUINF6.... ..."

### Table 6: The estimated performance limit of using Relevance Feedback in Robust Track

"... In PAGE 8: ...3. Experiments in Robust Track The experimental results using our algorithm on the dataset of robust track this year is shown on Table6 and is labeled HKPUINF6.... ..."