### Table 29 : Calculation of minimum and maximum recycling rate for the EU Minimum recycling rates

2003

"... In PAGE 19: ...able 28 : Optimal recycling ranges per case study.......................................................................99 Table29 : Calculation of minimum and maximum recycling rate for the EU.... In PAGE 113: ... In order to obtain ranges of recycling targets, the minimum and maximum optimal recycling rates are successively applied to the packaging mix of each Member State. Table29 illustrates the calculation of the range of global optimal recycling rate for the European Union. The packaging mix considered is the sum of the packaging amount arising in all the Member States.... ..."

### Table1. Single processor con gurations used in experiments reported below. In each case disks are directly connected to the processor via SCSI. Disk latency is the sum of average seek time and average rotational delay. Disk bandwidth (BW) is the maximum possible transfer rate from the physical disk (not the disk cache). O -chip Clock RAM Disk lat. Disk BW

1997

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### Table 2: Total Variance Explained Component Extraction Sums of Squared Loadings

"... In PAGE 5: ... 3.3 Factor Analysis The percentage of variance explained was calculated by factor analysis, applying the maximum likelihood method and Varimax rotation ( Table2 ). The flrst two factors ex- plain 28.... ..."

### Table 1. Presence rate of the correct class in the k-th maximum MLP outputs.

"... In PAGE 2: ... The idea of our original method is founded on the obser- vation that, when using MLP as a handwritten digit recogni- tion system, the correct class is almost always one of the two maximum outputs of the MLP. The following Table1 sum- marize the presence rate of the correct class among the k- th maximum MLP outputs (C5C4C8 training set CBCTD8BD=44081 real digit characters; C5C4C8 test set CBCTD8BE=44075 real digit... ..."

### Table 3. Maximum errors for figures

"... In PAGE 5: ... Points falling between the 90-95% are labeled Marginal 1, while points falling between 95-99% are labeled Marginal 2. Table3 shows the maximum and average error for each figure in this paper. The error percentage is useful with small blocking results.... In PAGE 5: ... For both figures, the sum of the offered rates of the two services is set to 90% of the total radio resource capacity and each RAN supports 50 channels per cell (thus carrying 50 speech calls or 5 data sessions). Table3 shows that Fig. 1 passes the validation test for all points.... ..."

### TABLE 2. Characteristics of the database for rain-rate retrieval.

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### Table 2: Overview of the parallelism and maximum

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ... Let us start with the last contraint. Table2 sum- marizes for some of the coprocessors the throughput rate and parallelism implemented. It can be seen that the conditions for each coprocessor are rather di#0Berent; this is caused by analyzing the desired useful video ap- plications in the TV environment.... ..."

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### Table 4 shows unit costs, fixed costs, and production rates for the innovative and baseline technologies. The fixed costs are the sum of the line items shown in Appendix B (Table B-2 and B-3) that do not vary directly with the size of the job. The unit costs are the sum of the line items shown in Table B-2 and B-3 that do vary with the size of the job. For the innovative technology, this sum is divided by the number of locations scanned (three). The sum is divided by the number of samples collected (five) for the baseline technology unit cost.

"... In PAGE 19: ... The sum is divided by the number of samples collected (five) for the baseline technology unit cost. Table4 . Summary of unit and fixed costs.... ..."

### Table 1. HRI implementation

"... In PAGE 5: ...original E-Spec algorithm on i860 processors. Table1 lists the initial architecture sizing implications. The estimate indicated that unrealistic programming efficiencies would be needed to reach the budgeted goal.... ..."

### Table 8: Correlations Among Summed Rating Scales

1997

"... In PAGE 18: ...533 4) Congruence of Constructs With Eight-Channel Flow Structure Figure 4 identifies the sum and difference of skills and challenges as central to the distinction between flow/apathy and the orthogonal construct of anxiety/boredom. Table8 presents correlations of constructs underlying the eight channel model in Figure 4. Sample sizes for the correlations range from 4088 to 4164, depending upon the pattern of missing data.... In PAGE 19: ...With some exceptions, the correlations in Table8 correspond to these predictions. Most problematic are correlations with Arousal; however Arousal is the least reliably measured construct.... In PAGE 19: ...Table8... In PAGE 19: ...Table8... In PAGE 20: ... The smooth facility was also used, and Figure 7 shows smoothed trend lines for each of five segments defined by how long the respondent has used the Web. We can see there is no correlation between skill and challenge, as shown in Table8 , but that as we might expect, skill is greater for those who have used the Web for longer periods of time. Figure 7- Skill vs.... ..."