### TABLE 7. Test of U-shaped development

2002

"... In PAGE 20: ...//INSERT TABLE7 HERE// The figures in the last column of Table 7 show that the probability of predicting the number of observed correct irregulars prior to the first overregularization is very small, if the overregularization rate is assumed not to have changed when the children start to produce such errors. This shows that the latter assumption is incorrect and that the overregularization rate is unlikely to be constant over time.... ..."

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### TABLE 7. Test of U-shaped development

2002

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### Table 3: U-Shaped Distributions

1996

"... In PAGE 9: ... This rule is intuitively appealing when one notices that to estimate the product DCDD of two positive quantities, if DCBODD,then an absolute measurement error of AF in DC affects the answer more than the same size error in DD. Our last two examples in Table3 , one in which we have B4D4 BD BND4 BE B5 AO CJBeB4BCBMBDBN BCBMBCBDB5BN BeB4BDBN BDB5CL and the other in which B4D4 BD BND4 BE B5 AO CJBeB4BCBMBCBDBN BCBMBDB5BN BeB4BDBN BDB5CL, may appear at first to be pathological since the small values of CP BD and CQ BD indicate that very little information is known in advance. Suppose, however, that the first of the two batches of parts under consideration comes from a manufacturing process that is either in tolerance (working) or out of tolerance (not working).... ..."

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### Table 3: U-Shaped Distributions

1996

"... In PAGE 9: ... This rule is intuitively appealing when one notices that to estimate the product DCDD of two positive quantities, if DC BO DD, then an absolute measurement error of AF in DC affects the answer more than the same size error in DD. Our last two examples in Table3 , one in which we have B4D4BDBN D4BEB5 AO CJBeB4BCBMBDBN BCBMBCBDB5BN BeB4BDBN BDB5CL and the other in which B4D4BDBN D4BEB5 AO CJBeB4BCBMBCBDBN BCBMBDB5BN BeB4BDBN BDB5CL, may appear at first to be pathological since the small values of CPBD and CQBD indicate that very little information is known in advance. Suppose, however, that the first of the two batches of parts under consideration comes from a manufacturing process that is either in tolerance (working) or out of tolerance (not working).... ..."

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### Table 3: U-Shaped Distributions

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ... This rule is intuitively appealing when one notices that to estimate the product xy of two positive quantities, if x#3Cy, then an absolute measurement error of #0F in x a#0Bects the answer more than the same size error in y. Our last two examples in Table3 , one in whichwehave#28p 1 ;p 2 #29 #18 #5BBe#280:1; 0:01#29; Be#281; 1#29#5D and the other in which#28p 1 ;p 2 #29 #18 #5BBe#280:01; 0:1#29; Be#281; 1#29#5D, may appear at #0Crst to be patho- logical since the small values of a 1 and b 1 indicate that very little information is known in advance. Suppose, however, that the #0Crst of the two batches of parts under consideration comes from a manufacturing process that is either in tolerance #28working#29 or out of tolerance #28not working#29.... ..."

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### Table 4. Results for U-shaped ALBP problems Problem

"... In PAGE 4: ...ttp://www.assembly-line-balancing.de/. The important algorithm parameters (a, b, d) are generally takes as 1,1,10. The results are tabulated in Table 3 and Table4 for simple and U lines respectively. As it can be seen from the results, for simple ALBP and U-shaped ALBP the proposed algorithm found the optimal or near optimal solutions while minimizing the smoothness index for all test problems, in acceptable computational times.... ..."

### Table 2: Contingency table of classification result by the U-shaped model

2006

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### Table 4: Experimental results for two tetrahedral meshes Convex Polyhedron U-shaped Object level NTET

1995

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### Table 6: Improved-quality meshes for two polyhedral regions Convex Polyhedron U-shaped Object level NTET

1995

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