### Table 1: Defuzzification methods which employ distributed information of the output space.

"... In PAGE 2: ... This also happens in the Product- Sum method, which calculates the singleton output by the Center Of Sums (COS) operation [1]. Table1 shows the expressions for these three strategies. The index R repre- sents the number of rules that the controller handles while N is the number of elements (zi) in the output space.... ..."

### Table I: Inference methods that use parameterized information of the output space.

### Table 1: The output of the analysis result ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Statistics ------------------------------------------------------------------------ State Space

### TABLE I Values of the topography measures for maps of different output space dimension DA, each value averaged over three maps, for the Lena and the Landsat data sets.

1999

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### Table 1. Flow of the kernel MaxEnt procedure. There are two possible outputs; the input space kernel matrix Ky, and the kernel space data set y.

"... In PAGE 3: ... In terms of the eigenvectors of the kernel feature space correlation matrix, we project (xi) onto a subspace spanned by different eigenvectors, which is possibly not the most variance preserving (remember that variance in the kernel feature space data set is given by the sum of the largest eigenvalues). The kernel MaxEnt procedure, as described above, is summarized in Table1 . It is important to realize that kernel MaxEnt outputs two quantities, which may be used for further data analysis.... ..."

### Table 22: Performance results in terms of WER for four noise types using the 24 Mel-spaced filter outputs.

2005

### Table. 1 The space, update time, and output time of the CM, CMH, and REV sketches.

2006

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### Table 1. The criterion function values for all estimators, on the learning set, valida- tion set and the test set. The abbreviation l.o.o. means leave one out. Table 1 shows that the k- NN estimator in the output space has the best score over all the di erent

1996

"... In PAGE 5: ... Two estimators plus the output of the network were used for the estimation of the con - dence values. Table1 states the di er- ent values of J which were found for the di erent estimators. Furthermore the k-NN and the logistic estimator were also applied in di erent parts of the network in order to estimate the... ..."

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### Table 1. Analysis of the output space for CC detectors. The eigen-vectors corresponding to the same axes show a very high correlation between respectively high and low frequency channels. The cross-correlation between eigen vectors corresponding to different axes is usually low (not reprinted here)

### Table 1: Phase-space parameters of the FOFO-channel cooling experiment. Parameter Input Output Value Value

1998

"... In PAGE 9: ...Phase-Space Parameters We now consider the speci c implications of the previous analysis to measurements of the various phase-space projections. Table1 lists various parameters of the phase space to be explored in the cooling experiment. The normalized transverse input emittance we wish to study is N;x = N;y 1250 mm-mrad for a nominal beam momentum of 165 MeV/c.... In PAGE 10: ...Table1 , we can achieve accuracy t = 0:4 ps if the time resolution t;D of the detector after extrapolation by 4 m is 8 ps; and we must know this resolution to an uncertainty of 1.5 ps.... In PAGE 19: ...05 rather than 0.03 as in Table1 because the input beam to the FOFO cooling experiment should have a momentum-amplitude correlation that increases the total momentum spread.... ..."

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