### Table 3: Comparison with the Lee and Katz Model

1999

### Table 1: Katz status scores of the actors in the advice network

"... In PAGE 8: ...The Katz status scores of the actors in the advice network [10, 28] are shown in Table1 . It can be seen that Nancy is the most important actor.... ..."

### TABLE X A PRE-TRUSTEDPEER HELPS COLLUDER LARRY Total upload by

### Table 1: Perplexities reported by Katz and N adas on 100-sentence test set for three di erent smoothing algorithms

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### Table 4: Prediction errors of our model compared against prediction errors of the Lee/Katz model

"... In PAGE 15: ... The errors in the response time prediction would be close to the errors in the throughput prediction when there is no think time. Table4 compares the average, maximum, and minimum percentage errors in our model predictions against the Lee and Katz model [12] predictions. The Lee/Katz model is the only prior model of disk arrays under synchronous I/O workloads.... ..."

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### Table 4: Prediction errors of our model compared against prediction errors of the Lee/Katz model

"... In PAGE 15: ... The errors in the response time prediction would be close to the errors in the throughput prediction when there is no think time. Table4 compares the average, maximum, and minimum percentage errors in our model predictions against the Lee and Katz model [12] predictions. The Lee/Katz model is the only prior model of disk arrays under synchronous I/O workloads.... ..."

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### Table 1. The Zoo of Zetas - A New Column for Table 2 in Katz and Sarnak [45].

"... In PAGE 27: ... It would also be nice to know if there is a functional equation for the Ihara zeta of an irregular graph. Table1 below is a zoo of zetas, comparing three types of zeta functions: number field zetas (or Dedekind zetas), zetas for function fields over finite fields, and finally the Ihara zeta function of a graph. Thus it adds a new column to Table 2 in Katz and Sarnak [45].... In PAGE 27: ... Thus it adds a new column to Table 2 in Katz and Sarnak [45]. In Table1 it is assumed that our graphs are finite, connected and regular. Here GUE means that the spacing between pairs of zeros/poles is that of the eigenvalues of a random Hermitian matrix.... ..."

### Table I. Katz Parameters Used in the Present Track Structure Repair/Misrepair Model

### Table 4. Comparison of results between Karnaugh Maps plus Boolean algebra, Quine- McCluskey Procedure and EGP on the Katz problem.

### Table 2: Stream Bu er Miss Rates In many current systems, the miss penalties are considerably greater than this (private commu- nication, Larry McVoy), so that the results presented here actually understate the speedup that might be achieved by these various latency tolerating techniques.

1996

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