### Table 6.3: Converting carry-saved into signed-digit form. T=0 T=1

### Table 3. Digital Lab Production Statistics

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... Alternatively, files can be introduced directly into any of the queues, for example an image that is already provided in digital form is placed directly into the processing queue. Table3 shows a one year digitization statistics at the BA digital lab since the system deployment in March 2004. Table 3.... ..."

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### Table 3. Digital Evidence Definition

"... In PAGE 16: ... The terms digital forensics and digital evidence are both broader terms in that they do not imply any specific issues of computer hardware of software authorship. However, the definition for digital evidence in Table3 limits the definition to evidence stored in binary form and alludes to digital evidence only being applicable in criminal cases. www.... ..."

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### Table 11. Example digital libraries

"... In PAGE 42: ... Although these objects exist in some form in the digital libraries being examined, their form takes many variations that have implications on performance, functionality, portability and maintainability. The examples shown in Table11 represent this variety in Internet based digital library implementations. Table 11.... In PAGE 51: ... As such, it is probably a conservative number considering that the digital library of the future will be delivering video, audio, graphics, software, and large volume works such as books and data files. We saw in Table11 example digital libraries in use today. They range in size from 15,000 to 80,000 thousand reports, and anywhere from 22,000 to 3.... ..."

### TABLE 1. The infinite precision presentation (real number form) of the digital filter coefficients computed by (7) for the filter length N = 16 and their best integer approximations that guarantee the exact solution of (9)-(11) while also minimizing the noise gain (2) with the coefficient precision of 8 bits.

1999

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### TABLE 2. The infinite precision presentation (real number form) of the digital filter coefficients computed by (7) for the filter length N = 16 and their best integer approximations that guarantee the exact solution of (9)-(11) while also minimizing the noise gain (2) with the coefficient precision of 10 bits.

1999

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### TABLE 3. The infinite precision presentation (real number form) of the digital filter coefficients computed by (7) for the filter length N = 16 and their best integer approximations that guarantee the exact solution of (9)-(11) while also minimizing the noise gain (2) with the coefficient precision of 12 bits.

1999

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### TABLE 4. The infinite precision presentation (real number form) of the digital filter coefficients computed by (7) for the filter length N = 16 and their best integer approximations that guarantee the exact solution of (9)-(11) while also minimizing the noise gain (2) with the coefficient precision of 14 bits.

1999

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### TABLE 5. The infinite precision presentation (real number form) of the digital filter coefficients computed by (7) for the filter length N = 16 and their best integer approximations that guarantee the exact solution of (9)-(11) while also minimizing the noise gain (2) with the coefficient precision of 16 bits.

1999

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### Table 4: Number of digits of precision used in each experiment. The number of digits

1994

"... In PAGE 21: ... 12 The number of digits of precision was chosen such that the probability that the optimal residue would round to zero, were it to be represented in integer form, is less than 10 ,5 . Table4 shows the number of digits used in the 100-element instance and with the other problem-instance sizes for which results are presented in x7. 5.... ..."