### Table 7 Achievable Capacity Improvements for the Adaptive Modulation PRMA with 416 slots [339]

1998

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### Table 7 Achievable Capacity Improvements for the Adaptive Modulation PRMA with 416 slots [339]

1998

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### Table 10: Achievable capacity improvements for the adaptive modulation PRMA with 416 slots c #0DIEE, Williams,

### TABLE 4. Achievable capacity and resulting average received power without/with relaying in IEEE 802.11b (1024 Byte packets)

### Table 10. Quadratic regression among the time savings obtained with RASS and the complexity indicator n=30 Coefficient

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### TABLE III CAPACITY OF THE BOTTLENECK LINK TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED QOS

### Table 4.1 Malaysia competitive Business and Growth Competitiveness Index rank, selected countries, 2004

### Table 2: Probabilities of meeting capacity demands for tools of lead time=2..12 Since infrequent shortages are achieved at the expense of buying extra capacity, we also report the ratio of expected excess tool capacity to expected capacity required (see Table 3). Ratios are converted to percentages for readability. \True quot; is the expected excess capacity actually required to meet the demand with a probability of 84.1%. As expected, Proportion (Allocation) consistently installs too much (not enough) capacity.

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"... In PAGE 11: ...1%. Table2 depicts actual probabilities of meeting the true capacity demand when capacities are selected according to SeDFAM variance estimates. Similar computations were done for the Allocation and Proportion Schemes.... ..."

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### Table 4: Arbitrary logical topology over random network case. Capacity constraint: The values of Table 3 are repeated here to show that improvement concerning the connectivity constraint is not achieved by relaxing the capacity constraint. Connectivity constraint: The percentage of bad elements (which would cause disconnections in the higher level network protected groups) is very low for PIW compared to SPR-P and SPR-CC. There is also a strong reduction achieved by PIW concerning the average number of demands which cannot be restored by the failure of such a bad element.

"... In PAGE 14: ...6 for SPR-P). Table4 shows the measurements for the arbitrary logical topology over random network and for the con- nectivity constraint. The values for the capacity con- straints are the same as those of Table 3 and are re- peated here to show that the improvement concerning the connectivity constraint is not achieved by relax- ing the capacity constraint, but that both are achieved jointly.... ..."

### Table 15: Survey of SIMD Processor Capacity

"... In PAGE 34: ... Abacus thus provides 660 ALU bit ops 2s . Table15 computes the normalized capacity provided by several SIMD arrays of varying granularity, and Table 17 shows the composition of a modern vector microprocessor. SIMD/Vector arrays only achieve their peak capacity when every PE/VU is computing a useful logic operation on every cycle.... ..."