### Table. Water-filling (WF) versus Wavelet Variances (WM)

### TABLE I Reference-noise power back-off vs iterative water-filling.

2001

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### Table 8. Correlation coefficients and P values ( ) for soil parameters and sound speed and attenuation. Speed/ Water Content Water Content Water Content Bulk Water Filled

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### Table 1: Optimal watermark energy allocation algorithm for high capacity data hiding.

2000

"... In PAGE 3: ...Using the method of Lagrange multipliers, it can be shown that the algorithm in Table1 may be deployed for the appropriate assignment of ABCX. It is the opinion of the author that there is no closed form expression for ABCX in terms of BXDB in general.... In PAGE 3: ... 4. DISCUSSION As previously mentioned, the solution to the energy allocation problem presented in Table1 resembles the traditional water-filling solution in that AF more watermark energy is allocated to channels with less quantization noise from perceptual coding. AF the capacity grows monotonically with watermark energy.... ..."

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### Table 1. Optimal watermark energy allocation algorithm for high capacity data hiding.

"... In PAGE 3: ...Using the method of Lagrange multipliers, it can be shown that the algorithm in Table1 may be deployed for the appropriate assignment of AB CX . It is the opinion of the author that there is no closed form expression for AB CX in terms of BX DB in general.... In PAGE 3: ... 4. DISCUSSION As previously mentioned, the solution to the energy allocation problem presented in Table1 resembles the traditional water-filling solution in that AF more watermark energy is allocated to channels with less quantization noise from perceptual coding. AF the capacity grows monotonically with watermark energy.... ..."

### Table 1: Optimal watermark energy allocation algorithm for high capacity data hiding.

"... In PAGE 3: ...Using the method of Lagrange multipliers, it can be shown that the algorithm in Table1 may be deployed for the appropriate assignment of AB CX . It is the opinion of the author that there is no closed form expression for AB CX in terms of BX DB in general.... In PAGE 3: ... 4. DISCUSSION As previously mentioned, the solution to the energy allocation problem presented in Table1 resembles the traditional water-filling solution in that AF more watermark energy is allocated to channels with less quantization noise from perceptual coding. AF the capacity grows monotonically with watermark energy.... ..."

### Table 5: A Multilevel Scheme for Engineering Optimization Calculations

"... In PAGE 22: ... Once the location of an optimal value is determined, a high-fidelity model is used to determine its converged value. This methodology resembles the scheme proposed in Section 8 ( Table5 ) in that it provides a way to identify candidate optima ( regions of interest ) followed by local refinement of the candidate optima.... In PAGE 41: ... 8.3 A Multilevel Scheme for Engineering Optimization Calculations We therefore propose the following scheme for performing practical optimization calculations using a mesh-based engineering model (such as a finite-difference or finite- element code) ( Table5 ). The concept of the scheme is to use a coarser mesh to identify candidate optima, and then improve the objective function values at the candidate optima using a finer mesh, followed by a final ranking of the optima based on the converged value of the objective function.... In PAGE 49: ...) One must also be able to find a mesh which is fine enough to give reasonable approximations to the local optima, but coarse enough to run on an available platform in a practical amount of time. Having thus an improved CTH model for the BRL 81-mm shaped charge and an improved scheme for locating the jet tip, we employed the scheme presented in Table5 to find an optimum solution to the Sandia wave-shaper optimization problem.... ..."

### Table 6 Average number of relevant images retrieved by taking 100 airplanes and 100 eagles as query images on D2. Airplanes Eagles

"... In PAGE 16: ... That is, those images of D2 are various and not classified. Table6 shows the comparison in terms of averaged number of relevant images that are retrieved by taking 100 airplanes and 100 eagles as query images on D2. Beside Water-filling and wavelet moments, we also use color moment, color set, color ... In PAGE 17: ... 17 precisions. From Table6 , we can see that our method is superior to those using water-filling and wavelet moments. However, for airplanes, our method is worse than that using color moments and color structure.... ..."

### Table 1. Classroom Practices

"... In PAGE 2: ... This factor solution, accounting for 62.2 percent of the variance in the correlation matrix, is shown in Table1 . Three of the four factors related to specific instructional practices.... ..."

### Table 2. Multi-level approach to workplace studies.

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... This addresses the widely recognized problem of ethnographic approaches that, while they can provide an understanding of current work practices, they are not intended to explore the consequences of socio-technical change. Table2 shows a multi-level structure for workplace studies, with level 1 consisting of a survey of the existing organizational structures and schedules, levels 2 and 3 providing an analysis of situated practices and interactions of those for whom the technology is intended, and level 4 offering a synthesis of the findings in terms of designs for new socio-technical systems. The four levels of the approach give an overview of workplace activity leading to more detailed investigation of particular problem areas, with each level illuminating the situated practices, and also providing a set of issues to be addressed for the next level.... ..."

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