### Table 1 shows results for various choices of tokens. DTW is used to determine frame alignments; the final scores are linear combi- nations of the basic-score and the hit-score. Performance of a typ- ical GMM system (provided by SRI) on this data is included for reference. The Equal Error Rate (EER) and the minimum of the Decision Cost Function (DCF) represent two points on the now standard Detection Error Tradeoff (DET) curve [11]. The EER is the point where the two error types, false alarms and misses, occur with equal relative frequency, while the DCF, as specified by NIST, weights false alarms and misses in accordance with the demands of many real-world applications.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Table1 . System performance for various tokens in terms of EER and min.... ..."

### Table 2. Real-world experiment parameters

2007

"... In PAGE 13: ...ica2 nodes, i.e. BMAC. Table2 shows the parameters for the experiment and the protocols. We have strived to make the parameters match those of our simulations as closely as possible, but the hardware used does dictate many of the protocol timings.... ..."

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### Table 1. Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications.

2000

"... In PAGE 4: ... Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications. Table1 summarizes the characteristics of the published work on EHW applied to real-world applications. The applications are mainly in the areas of classifica- tion, control and parameter tuning.... In PAGE 6: ... More details about FPGAs and FPAAs applied as EHW are given in [19]. Lack of commercial hardware that can be applied as EHW may explain why as much as half of the works presented in Table1 is based on custom hardware. 3.... ..."

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### Table 1. Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications.

2000

"... In PAGE 4: ... Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications. Table1 summarizes the characteristics of the published work on EHW applied to real-world applications. The applications are mainly in the areas of classifica- tion, control and parameter tuning.... In PAGE 6: ... More details about FPGAs and FPAAs applied as EHW are given in [19]. Lack of commercial hardware that can be applied as EHW may explain why as much as half of the works presented in Table1 is based on custom hardware. 3.... ..."

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### Table 1. Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications.

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... Evolution is undertaken while the circuit is in operation and this makes the circuit online adaptable. Table1 summarizes the characteristics of the published work on EHW applied to real- world applications. The applications are mainly in the areas of classi cation and control when complete circuit design is applied.... ..."

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### TABLE I Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications.

### TABLE I Characteristics of EHW applied to real-world applications.

### Table 1. Call-statistics on a real-world system

in Matrix I

2003

"... In PAGE 11: ... Indexing the database is crucial for good performance. Table1 illus- trates the calling pattern from a real-world application counting 4 million triples. In addition, we know our data is described by figure 7.... ..."

### Table 4. Results from real world application

"... In PAGE 6: ...Executing all 1100 processes on a single 1 GHz node took about 520 hours to complete. The resources shown in Table 3 produced the results in Table4 . The theoretical best time are calculated from dividing the time to execute on a 1GHz processor by the total computational power, as measured in total GHz.... In PAGE 6: ... We are able to do this because the application actually scales well with the speed of the processor. From the results in Table4 , we were able to achieve close to the approximated best time. Once again, this was within the time of the average process duration on the slowest node (56 minutes).... ..."

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### Table 10: measured 16 processor speedup for original real-world applications

"... In PAGE 32: ...31 Table10 reflects the results of applying the two algorithms to the three original real-world structures using the task and communication timings which were derived from actual execution time profiles made on a SGS Thompson Transputer system. The superiority of the HMLM/SA algorithm is evident.... ..."