### Table 4: 3D, four parameter model matrices and equations.

"... In PAGE 12: ...components. Table4 shows the details of this model. Figure 7 shows the etch rates for ratios greater than unity.... ..."

### Table 4: 3D, four parameter model matrices and equations.

1995

"... In PAGE 12: ...components. Table4 shows the details of this model. Figure 7 shows the etch rates for ratios greater than unity.... ..."

### Table 3. Three and Four-Parameter Fits

1982

"... In PAGE 54: ... For the projects in question the constant lo00 produced good fits. The results from comparing these three-parameter variations to the basic Parr curve (see Table3 ) show that a constant A does almost as well as an extra parameter. To increase the flexibility of the Rayleigh curve we Table 3.... ..."

### Table 1: Four parameters to a user interface

1998

"... In PAGE 1: ... Consider an example of a subset of an on-line store. Table1 shows four parameters and each of their equivalence classes that we refer to as options for the parameters . Interactions in- clude combinations of the options for different parameters.... ..."

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### Table 2: Four parameter con gurations.

2006

"... In PAGE 9: ...ations. Some (e.g., con gurations 1 and 2 in Table2 ) have a high performance for the ijpeg benchmark while that same con guration does not perform as well as in the mpeg2dec simulation, although the performance still lies above the av- erage. Interestingly, this hardly holds conversely.... In PAGE 9: ...g., con gurations 3 and 4 of Table2 ). For the particular con gurations given in this table, it seems the lower performance of con gura- tions 1 and 2 for the mpeg2dec benchmark is caused by their smaller instruction cache.... ..."

### Table 6: Stability with respect to the pt cut. A four-parameter t is performed (see text).

"... In PAGE 11: ... To check the stability of the result with respect to the cut on the lepton transverse momen- tum, the four-parameter t was repeated with di erent values of the cut. The results are given in Table6 . The measurement of md is stable within errors with respect to this cut.... ..."

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### Table 2: Bayes estimates of a, b, c, and d for the four-parameter generalised gamma distribution.

2001

"... In PAGE 16: ... The posterior probability functions of the shape parameters a and c, and the location parameter d are displayed in Figures 9 to 11, as well as the empirical and predictive exceedance probability and its 5th and 95th percentiles in Figure 12. The Bayes estimates of the four parameters are summarised in Table2 . For the four-parameter generalised gamma distribution, the Bayes estimate of the design discharge is 15,200 m3/s with a 90 per cent uncertainty interval of (13,000; 16,950).... ..."

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### Table 6 shows the four parameters used in the voice source model. The abbreviations in the tables have the following meanings: F/A = Frame Relay over ATM, A/A = ATM over ATM, S = Pure SMDS (802.6), and S/F = SMDS (802.6) over Frame Relay.

1993

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### Table 2a: Values of EPs on four parameters (from Klatzky and Lederman, 1991 and in press)

1994

"... In PAGE 6: ... Each parameter may be described as capturing some constraint inherent in an EP when it must be performed to extract certain types of information. The parameters and their stereotypic values are shown in Table2 a: these are Movement (static or dynamic), Direction (force applied normal or tangential to the surface), Region (of the object contacted by the end effector, i.e.... In PAGE 6: ... It is assumed that compatibility between a pair of EPs only exists to the extent that the constraints inherent in their parameter values can be satisfied simultaneously through some manner of exploration. The information in Table2 a allows us to determine whether any two EPs are compatible or not. Clearly, two EPs having identical parameter values would be compatible; however, they could not be differentiated.... In PAGE 6: ... Table2 b: Compatibility relations between EPs (+ means compatible; - means incompatible), (from Klatzky and Lederman, 1991 and in press) PR LM EN CF UN SC + + + PR + - + LM - + EN + CF We have expressed such compatibilities and incompatibilities in the form of an EP-EP weight matrix (Table 2b). A quot;+ quot; represents compatibility between two EPs (e.... In PAGE 6: ...Table 2b: Compatibility relations between EPs (+ means compatible; - means incompatible), (from Klatzky and Lederman, 1991 and in press) PR LM EN CF UN SC + + + PR + - + LM - + EN + CF We have expressed such compatibilities and incompatibilities in the form of an EP-EP weight matrix ( Table2 b). A quot;+ quot; represents compatibility between two EPs (e.... In PAGE 7: ... For example, associations between specific objects can be represented by associative weightings within the object component, while expectations concerning the diagnostic value of various properties can be represented by connections between the property and object components. Hand movement precision and breadth of sufficiency are represented by connections between property and EP components (Table lb); EP compatibility ( Table2 b) is determined by constraints inherent in the EP parameters (Table 2a). Finally, intrinsic biases, such as duration of execution, may be represented as item-specific bias terms.... In PAGE 7: ... For example, associations between specific objects can be represented by associative weightings within the object component, while expectations concerning the diagnostic value of various properties can be represented by connections between the property and object components. Hand movement precision and breadth of sufficiency are represented by connections between property and EP components (Table lb); EP compatibility (Table 2b) is determined by constraints inherent in the EP parameters ( Table2 a). Finally, intrinsic biases, such as duration of execution, may be represented as item-specific bias terms.... ..."

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### Table 3 : Yield Maximization for a High Pass Filter #28Four Parameters#29

1993

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