### Table 1. Features and opportunities of an ELFE accelerator.

"... In PAGE 2: ...In Table1 I list the main features of the ELFE accelerator, and the oppor- tunities that they provide. Compared to existing electron and muon beams, the advantages of ELFE are in luminosity (compared to the muon beams at CERN and Fermilab), in duty factor (compared to SLAC) and in energy (compared to TJNAF).... ..."

### Table 6. Recognition performance before and after appling F0 features into the ASR system.

"... In PAGE 4: ...98 (PLP12+E)+D+A 72.38 Table6 shows the results of F0 and MFCC combination experiment. The accuracy of the mixture unit recognizer with MFCC_E_D_A was improved by adding the F0 feature and its delta and acceleration values.... ..."

### Table 1. Features and opportunities of an ELFE accelerator. Features Opportunities

"... In PAGE 2: ...In Table1 I list the main features of the ELFE accelerator, and the oppor- tunities that they provide. Compared to existing electron and muon beams, the advantages of ELFE are in luminosity (compared to the muon beams at CERN and Fermilab), in duty factor (compared to SLAC) and in energy (compared to TJNAF).... ..."

### Table 1. RMS values of the lateral acceleration and

### Table 1 RMS values of lateral acceleration

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### Table 1 Acceleration of (?1=10 + 10i; 1; 95=100) with the J transformation

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ... It is seen that the 2J transformation achieves the best results. The attainable accuracy for this transformation is limited to about 9 decimal digits by the fact that the stability index displayed in the column Dn of Table1 grows relatively fast. Note that for n = 46, the number of digits (as given by the negative decadic logarithm of the relative error) and the decadic logarithm of the stability index sum up to approximately 32, i.... In PAGE 14: ... Note that this value was chosen to display basic features relevant to the stability analysis, and is not necessarily the optimal value. As in Table1 , the relative errors and the stability indices... ..."

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### Table 2 Acceleration of (?1=10 + 10i; 1; 95=100) with the J transformation ( = 10)

1998

"... In PAGE 14: ... It is easily seen that the new sequence also converges linearly with = limn!1( sn+1 ? s)=( sn ? s) = q . For gt; 1, both the e ectiveness and the stability of the various transformations are increased as shown in Table2 for the case = 10. Note that this value was chosen to display basic features relevant to the stability analysis, and is not necessarily the optimal value.... In PAGE 15: ... We remark that for 6 = 1 this is not identical to the u variant of the Levin transformation as applied to the partial sums fs0; s ; s2 ; : : :g because in the case of the u variant one would have to use the remainder estimates !n = (n + 0)(s n ? s (n?1)). It is seen from Table2 that again the best accuracy is obtained for the 2J transformation. The d(1) transformation is worse, but better than the pJ transformations for p = 1 and p = 3.... ..."

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### Table 1: Accelerator and injected beam parameters

"... In PAGE 2: ...Table1 . The values for #0D tr are those obtained from MAD.... ..."

### TABLE 1 COMPARISON OF OPTICAL AND DIGITAL VALUES OF PEAK ACCELERATION, VELOCITY, AND

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