### Table 10 lists major factors for the abandonment of product technologies due to market pull. Two outstanding factors are decrease in the demand for products containing the technology and explicit demands of institutional customers to shift to new technologies.

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### Table 11. Abandonment of current product technologies - technology push

"... In PAGE 21: ... Two outstanding factors are decrease in the demand for products containing the technology and explicit demands of institutional customers to shift to new technologies. Shift to technologies providing cost advantage is the prevalent reason for phasing-out of product technologies ( Table11 ). Cost reduction is the focal point of new product technologies in the automotive industry.... ..."

### Table 1. A comparison of the two service schemes as a function of system size, s = 4 10k for k = 1; 2; 3 and 4. In all cases = s, = = 1 and = 0:2. The variable N is the steady-state number of customers in the system, C is the time to complete service and A is the time to abandon.

1999

"... In PAGE 16: ... We have resource sharing in the sense of Smith and Whitt [25]. Numerical results for these cases are presented in Table1 . Since (x)+ = maxfx; 0g, E(N s)+ there is the expected number of customers waiting.... In PAGE 16: ... Since (x)+ = maxfx; 0g, E(N s)+ there is the expected number of customers waiting. Table1 shows that the two systems do not di er much, with the di erence decreasing as s increases. In all cases, the probability that an arrival is eventually served are very close for the two systems.... In PAGE 16: ... In all cases, the probability that an arrival is eventually served are very close for the two systems. Table1 also shows that all measures of performance improve as s increases, thus quantifying the economies of scale. It is interesting to contrast the balking and reneging examples with the pure-loss model, which otherwise has the same parameters.... In PAGE 17: ...ith the conventional de nition of tra c intensity =s , = 2:0 and 4.0 in the two cases. Numerical results for these two cases are displayed in Table 2. In Table 2 the di erences between the two systems are greater than in Table1 , but still not large. The probability of being eventually served and the mean and standard deviation of the conditional time to be served are very close.... ..."

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### Table 1: Euclidean distance with early abandonment 1

2005

"... In PAGE 2: ... Early Abandon: During the computation of the Euclidean distance, if we note that the current sum of the squared differences between each pair of corresponding data points exceeds r2, we can stop the calculation, secure in the knowledge that the exact Euclidean distance had we calculated it, would exceed r. Figure 2: Illustration of early abandoning While the idea of early abandoning is fairly obvious and intuitive [7], it is so critical to our work we illustrate it in Figure 2 and provide pseudocode in Table1 . We call the distance computation of each pair of corresponding data points a step, and we use num_steps to measure the utility of early abandonment.... In PAGE 6: ...2 A Final Optimization There is one simple additional optimization that we can do to speed up Atomic Wedgie. Recall that in both Table1 and Table 2 when we explained early abandoning we assumed that the distance calculation proceeded from left to right (cf. Figure 2).... ..."

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### Table 7: Examples: Abandoned and Turn Exits.

### Table 11. Abandonment of product technologies - technology push

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"... In PAGE 13: ...Shift to technologies providing cost advantage is the prevalent reason for phasing-out of product technologies ( Table11 ). Cost reduction is the focal point of new product technologies in the automotive industry.... ..."

### Table 7: Examples: Abandoned and Turn Exits.

1998

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### Table 2: LB_Keogh with early abandonment 1

2005

"... In PAGE 3: ... Figure 3: Top) Two time series C1 and C2 Middle) A time series wedge W, created from C1 and C2 Bottom) An illustration of LB_Keogh In the special case where W is created from a single candidate sequence, LB_Keogh degenerates to the Euclidean distance. More importantly, we can do early abandoning with LB_Keogh, as shown in Table2 . Table 2: LB_Keogh with early abandonment 1 ... In PAGE 6: ...2 A Final Optimization There is one simple additional optimization that we can do to speed up Atomic Wedgie. Recall that in both Table 1 and Table2 when we explained early abandoning we assumed that the distance calculation proceeded from left to right (cf. Figure 2).... ..."

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### TABLE 17. Summary of abandoned searches by science search question.

1995

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