### Table 5 - Unreliability and average unreliability versus time Comparing the results for the failure frequency of dangerous failures of the table (third column), and comparing t with the SIL Target Failure requirements (table 1), it is obtained:

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### Table 3. Unreliability vs. time

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"... In PAGE 4: ... The quantitative analysis of the PFT provides the follow- ing results. The system unreliability ( Table3 ) is evaluated as the probability PrfTEg of reaching the TE at time t and has been computed from t = 0 to t = 4 105 h. Time t (h) TE Unreliability U 10,000 8:295 10?4 20,000 1:993 10?3 40,000 5:300 10?3 60,000 9:865 10?3 80,000 1:563 10?2 100,000 2:253 10?2 200,000 7:207 10?2 300,000 1:407 10?1 400,000 2:212 10?1 Table 3.... ..."

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### Table 2: Unreliability results of LEF

### Table 4. Results for the Kanban system with unreliable machines.

### Table 1 shows estimated stationary delay ~ p(x; x) given by (A.4) with N=10,000 trials, for the two-server queue with exponential service and inter- arrival times with parameters and = 2 . The percentage error of the estimation compared with the exact value is E, whereas CI is the halfwidth of the con dence interval divided by the estimate (we omit it if its value is unreliable due to rounding errors). The number M displays the \complex- ity quot; of the dual process | it is the number of orthants D(x1; x2) required to de ne its set value at a given time, maximized in each trial and averaged over all trials. Finally, CT is computer time; i.e., the number of seconds that the system spent when computing the estimate in 10,000 trials.

### Table 40: Age-Specific Suicide Death Rates per 100,000

"... In PAGE 91: ...aucasians vs. 9.2 suicides per 100,000 population for African Americans)(173). However, death rates showed sizeable difference by age group ( Table40 ). Men over age 75 years had remarkably higher suicide rates than any other age group, including males between 20 and 34 years of age.... ..."