### TABLE 12. Correlation coefficients of influence of daily way to work on desire to telework (N=29, * 1 missing case)

"... In PAGE 77: ... This is supported with the observation that all of them have considerable lower interest in teleworking (mean 1,0; the scale was 0 - 3) than the average interest (mean 2,1). The influence of the quot;Daily way to work quot; on the desire to telework correlates with the length of the daily way to work but also with the age ( TABLE12 ). The correlation with age can not be explained by older respondents apos; longer way to work because they did not correlate with each other (rxy = -0,05).... ..."

### Table 1. Correlated subphonetic units the correlation between unit i and j is obtained in the conventional way:

1997

"... In PAGE 2: ...orrelation in gray scale, i.e. black corresponds to +1 and white correspond to ?1. Table1 lists some of the top correlated units. Clearly we observe that the same subphonetic units from the same phone are often highly correlated, such as AO 2 and AO 3; similar phones, such as N 2 and M 2, are also highly correlated.... ..."

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### TABLE I The adjacent sample correlations and PSNRs of a horizontally 2-way deinterleaved stream and the original non-interleaved stream. Video adjacent correlation PSNR (dB)

2001

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### Table 3: PSNR values for the two ways of calculation

"... In PAGE 114: ...5721 SSIM 0.6788 Table3 0: Correlation coefficient between MOS and the different metrics for the Foreman sequence implemented in another way, depending e.g.... ..."

### Tables In1 and Out1 encode the state of the agent. Note that the clear output 1 at host j should be the same as the clear input 1 at host j+1. As a result, their garbled versions are also correlated and there is a way to enforce the state transition without revealing these two tables. In particular, a chaining technique is used to combine the entries of table Out1 at host j with the corresponding entries of table In1 at host j + 1, the next host [5, 1].

2003

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### Tables In1 and Out1 encode the state of the agent. Note that the clear output 1 at host j should be the same as the clear input 1 at host j+1. As a result, their garbled versions are also correlated and there is a way to enforce the state transition without revealing these two tables. In particular, a chaining technique is used to combine the entries of table Out1 at host j with the corresponding entries of table In1 at host j + 1, the next host [5, 1].

2003

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### Table 1. Correlation Quality Measures for MGS

"... In PAGE 9: ...Overall quality of the MGS model correlation was evaluated in several ways, which are listed in Table1 . The pri- mary measure of correlation was the change in temperature due to aerobraking.... ..."

### Table 2.6: Correlation coefficients for pairs of the IDF, Residual IDF and Mixture scores on restaurant words. IDF and Mixture are effectively uncorrelated in the way they score restaurant words.

2007

### Table 2.6: Correlation coefficients for pairs of the IDF, Residual IDF and Mixture scores on restaurant words. IDF and Mixture are effectively uncorrelated in the way they score restaurant words.

2007

### Table 12: One Way ANOVA

"... In PAGE 86: ...75 Table 13: Correlations between independent and dependent variables The ANOVA table in Table12 shows that there are significant differences across all stimuli sets for each of the behavioural and performance measures, at or above the 0.001 level.... ..."