### Table 5-1 Reuse and Diversity Mechanisms Domain Multiple Access (Reuse) Diversity (Fading Mitigation)

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### Table 1: Nine cases for interval multiplication.

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"... In PAGE 2: ... The signs of the endpoints of the intervals X and Y indicate whether X and Y are greater than zero, less than zero, or contain zero. This results in nine possible cases, as shown in Table1 . In Case 9, when both X and Y contain zero, mn = min#285x l y u ; 5x u y l #29 and mx = max#284x l y l ; 4x u y u #29.... ..."

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### Table 2: Setting of sign and toggle bits for interval multiplication.

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"... In PAGE 4: ... A control bit le is set to one when the lower interval endpoint is computed and zero when the upper inter- val endpoint is computed. Table2 shows the value of the sign and toggle bits for each of the nine cases presented in Table 1. In Case 9, both intervals contain zero, and it is not pos- sible to determine the interval endpoints to multiply based only on the sign bits.... In PAGE 4: ... In this situation, both toggle bits should to be one and the zero contained #0Dag should be zero. Based on Table2 , the logic equa- tions for the toggle bits and the zero contained #0Dag are: tx = fp+le #01 #28syl + syu #01 sxl#29 + le #01 #28syu + sxl #01 syl#29 ty = fp+le #01 #28sxl + syl #01 sxu#29 + le #01 #28sxu + sxl #01 syl#29 zc = fp#01sxl #01 sxu #01 syl #01 syu When #0Doating point multiplication is performed, the two bits for the rounding mode come from the #0Doating point status and control register #28SCR#29, as is done on most IEEE compliant processors. These bits are denoted as fp rm1 and fp rm0.... ..."

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### Table 1: Cases for Interval Multiplication. Case Condition Z Example

"... In PAGE 4: ... The sign bits indicate whether the intervals X and Y are greater than or equal to zero, less than zero, or contain zero. This results in nine possible cases as shown in Table1 . In Case 9, both X and Y contain zero.... In PAGE 9: ...i.e., when c1 = 1). As an example of how the serial multiplier works, consider the multipli- cation of X = [?1:4; ?1:3] and Y = [2:2; 2:3], which corresponds to Case 3 in Table1 . For this example, sxl = 1, sxu = 1, syl = 0, syu = 0, and two cycles are required to compute the interval product.... In PAGE 11: ... Otherwise, zl and zu are both loaded in the rst cycle. As an example of how the parallel multiplier works, consider the multi- plication X = [?1:2; 1:1] and Y = [?2:3; 1:4], which corresponds to Case 9 in Table1 . For this example, sxl = 1, sxu = 0, syl = 0, syu = 1, and three cycles are required to compute the interval product.... ..."

### Table 1: Nine cases for interval multiplication. Case Condition Z Example

1998

"... In PAGE 2: ... The signs of the endpoints of the intervals X and Y indicate whether X and Y are greater than zero, less than zero, or contain zero. This results in nine possible cases, as shown in Table1 . In Case 9, when both X and Y contain zero, mn = min(5xlyu; 5xuyl) and mx = max(4xlyl; 4xuyu).... ..."

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### Table 2.1: 9 cases of interval multiplication

### Table 3.2: A complexity comparison (in terms of real multiplications/additions) for each n value. Rayleigh fading is assumed, and the QOSTBC is that constructed in (2.5) with 16-QAM.

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### Table 9: Pairwise Comparisons for Qualifications 95% Confidence Interval for

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### Table 3 Odds ratio obtained from multiple logistic regression analysis,nesting hospital and individual patient level measures of time to surgery

### Table 3: Performance of the -interval generator.

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