### Table 8.2 Reported reasons for improved standard of living of household by income tercile

### Table 1: Performance results for matrix multiplication.

1996

"... In PAGE 6: ... Figure 5: Memory access pattern for arrays in matrix multiplication. Results The simulated performance of 100x100 matrix multiplication is summarized in Table1 . The standard cache does not perform well both because of the size of the data set and also because one of the arrays is accessed down the columns.... ..."

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### Table 3: The average number of multiplications for the recoded and standard m-ary methods.

1994

"... In PAGE 7: ... 6 Comparison of Standard and Recoded m-ary Methods For large n and #0Cxed d, the behavior of T r #28n; d#29 given in #289#29 and T s #28n; d#29 of the standard m-ary method given in #282#29 is governed by the coe#0Ecient of n. In Table3 we compare the values T r #28n; d#29=n and T s #28n; d#29=n for large n. Table 3: The average number of multiplications for the recoded and standard m-ary methods.... ..."

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### Table 1. ASR usability analysis (multiple linear regression analysis) standard partial partial regression

2006

"... In PAGE 6: ...y the above described analysis. We found a multiple regression coefficient of 0.409 (significant in 1% level). Table1 lists a standard partial regression coefficient and a partial regression correlation for each explanatory variable in a multiple regression equation. These results show that (1) people tend to find an advantage of taking ASR system according to ASR accuracy, (2) people who feel more comfortable during a system use consider an ASR to be usable, and (3) people who are less experienced in using computers... ..."

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### Table 4 Multiple-choice test means (M) and standard errors (SE) in Experiment 1

2006

"... In PAGE 23: ...nd essay tests to measure learning gains. In the next few sections, we present these results. We analyzed the multiple choice tests by scoring the test items as right or wrong and then converting to proportion correct. Table4 shows mean pretest scores, posttest scores, and the adjusted posttest scores for each condition along with the standard errors. Adjusted posttest scores refer to posttest scores that have had the pretest score factored out in an analysis of covariance (ANCOVA).... ..."

### Table 1: Timings of the sequential matrix multiplication algorithm

1996

"... In PAGE 9: ... Each execution time measurement was averaged over 20 experiments. The timings of the sequential version of the matrix multiplication algorithm ran on a single T9000 transputer are shown in Table1 (s de nes the size of matrices; Ave, , Max and Min denote the average execution time, the standard deviation, the maximum and minimum execution time, respectively, among the 20 experiments). Experiments on SIM1 The two versions of the matrix multiplication algorithm were implemented.... ..."

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### Table 2: Timings of the sequential matrix multiplication algorithm

"... In PAGE 12: ... Each execution time measurement was averaged over 20 experiments. The timings of the sequential version of the matrix multiplication algorithm ran on a single T9000 transputer are shown in Table2 (s de nes the size of matrices; Ave, , Max and Min denote the average execution time, the standard deviation, the maximum and minimum execution time, respectively, among the 20 experiments). Experiments on SIM1 The two versions of the matrix multiplication algorithm were implemented.... ..."

### Table 2: Spectral slope a and its standard deviation s as function of light source size and energy (both multiplication factors).

2004

"... In PAGE 3: ... By varying the size of the light sources and adjusting their emission to maintain constant light lev- els, the effect of varying soft shadows on second order statistics was measured. Table2 shows that for both scenes, shadows do not ap- pear to be an overly important factor for computing image statistics. Second, we have assessed the in uence of diffuse inter-re ection on second order statistics.... ..."

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