### Table A1 Historical storage devices apos; performance data in information storage Year Handwriting Printing Punch card Tape Hard disk Optical disk

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### Table 11. Books Available for IBM 3995 Optical Libraries Optical

"... In PAGE 45: ... For instructions on completing these steps, refer to the manuals that accompanied your optical equipment. See Table11 on page 32. Setting up Windows NT Workstations for Direct Display from Optical To display and print documents directly from optical without copying them to AS/400 DASD, enter NET USE H:\\IBM3995\ALIAS on each Windows NT workstation from a command prompt, where H represents the specific optical system ID you defined in the VisualInfo for AS/400 optical system ID profile for the LAN-attached 3995.... In PAGE 45: ... To do this, refer to the manuals that accompanied your optical equipment. See Table11 on page 32. Chapter 5.... In PAGE 46: ... For more information, refer to the manuals that accompanied your optical equipment. See Table11 on page 32. 34 VisualInfo for AS/400 4.... ..."

### Table 2: Fingerprint correspondence probabilities obtained from the proposed individuality model for different sizes of fingerprint images containing 26, 36 or 46 minutiae. C5 for the last entry was computed by estimating typical print area manifesting 12 minutia in a 500 dpi optical fingerprint scan.

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... The probabilities of fingerprint correspondence obtained for different values of C5, D1, D2, and D5 are given in Table 2. The probability values obtained from our model shown in Table2 can be compared with values obtained from the previous models in Table 1 for D1 BP BFBI, D2 BP BFBI, and D5 BP BFBIBN BDBE. Let us consider a typical latent print matching exer- cise.... In PAGE 7: ... Typically, a match consisting of 12-points (the 12-point rule) is considered as sufficient evidence in many courts of law. Assuming that an expert can correctly glean all the minutia in the latent, a 12 point match (see the last entry in Table2 ) is an overwhelming amount of evidence, provided that there is no contradictory minutia evidence in... ..."

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### Table 2. Fingerprint correspondence proba- bilities obtained from the proposed individ- uality model for different sizes of fingerprint images containing 26, 36 or 46 minutiae. M for the last entry was computed by estimating typical print area manifesting 12 minutia in a 500 dpi optical fingerprint scan.

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... The probabilities of fingerprint correspondence obtained for different values of M, m, n, and q are given in Table 2. The probability values obtained from our model shown in Table2 can be compared with values obtained from the previous models in Table 1 for m = 36, n = 36, and q = 36; 12. Let us consider a typical latent print matching exer- cise.... In PAGE 7: ... Typically, a match consisting of 12-points (the 12-point rule) is considered as sufficient evidence in many courts of law. Assuming that an expert can correctly glean all the minutia in the latent, a 12 point match (see the last entry in Table2 ) is an overwhelming amount of evidence, provided that there is no contradictory minutia evidence in the overlapping area. Figures 4 shows the distribution of number of matching minutiae computed from the DBI database using the au- tomatic fingerprint matching system [4].... ..."

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### Table 3: Fingerprint correspondence probabilities obtained from the proposed individuality model for different sizes of fingerprint images containing 26, 36 or 46 minutiae. The entry (70; 12; 12; 12) corresponds to the 12-point guideline. The value of M for this entry was com- puted by estimating typical print area manifesting 12 minutia in a 500 dpi optical fingerprint scan.

2002

"... In PAGE 31: ... An arithmetic mean of the distribution was used to arrive at an estimate of A. The probabilities of a fingerprint correspondence obtained for different values of M, m, n, and q are given in Table3 . The values obtained from our model shown in Table 3 can... In PAGE 36: ...values of M, m, n, and q given in Table3 are several order of magnitude lower than the corresponding empirical probabilities given in Table 5. Table 5: Fingerprint correspondence probabilities obtained from matching imposter fin- gerprints using an AFMS [4] for the MSU VERIDICOM and MSU DBI databases.... ..."

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### TABLE III FINGERPRINT CORRESPONDENCE PROBABILITIES OBTAINED FROM THE INDIVIDUALITY MODEL PROPOSED BY PANKANTI ET AL. [14] FOR DIFFERENT SIZES OF FINGERPRINT IMAGES CONTAINING 26, 36, OR 46 MINUTIAE.THE ENTRY (70, 12, 12, 12) CORRESPONDS TO THE 12-POINT GUIDELINE.THE VALUE OF M FOR THIS ENTRY WAS COMPUTED BY ESTIMATING TYPICAL PRINT AREA MANIFESTING 12 MINUTIAE IN A 500-dpi OPTICAL FINGERPRINT SCAN

2006

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### Table 3: Print options

"... In PAGE 10: ...NP[Mon[-(-), EL[0, 1, 1]], ...... DNP[]]]]]], PN[]]]]]]] 2 1) The result in its internal representation is hard to read and therefore one uses the print function P: In[2]:= P[G,Q] PN Print options: N, S, P, C, Sh, D We rst give some examples for using these options. See Table3 for a complete listing of all implemented print options. 2) After nding out the number of polynomials in the nest one can have a look at the structure of the polynomial nest: In[3]:= P[G,N] Number of polynomials: 6 In[4]:= P[G,S] Leading PP: EL[0, 2, 0] Maximal Coefficient Size: 20; Number of Monomials: 3 Leading PP: EL[1, 0, 1] Maximal Coefficient Size: 68; Number of Monomials: 4 Leading PP: EL[1, 1, 0] Maximal Coefficient Size: 68; Number of Monomials: 5 Leading PP: EL[2, 0, 0] Maximal Coefficient Size: 20; Number of Monomials: 2 Leading PP: EL[0, 0, 3] Maximal Coefficient Size: 20; Number of Monomials: 5 Leading PP: EL[0, 1, 2] Maximal Coefficient Size: 20; Number of Monomials: 5 3) If one is interested in a particular polynomial of the nest one can study this poly- nomial in more detail: In[5]:= p1 = FirstPolynomial[G]... ..."

### Table 4: Print Publication Practices

1999

"... In PAGE 27: ...Finally, in Table4 , we present, in a similar format, a series of print publishing practices. The table illustrates how different publishing practices, all commonly engaged in by scholars, are heterogeneous, and have greatly differing communicative properties.... In PAGE 29: ... Table4 , Continued Practice Publicity Access Trust Conference Proceedings: Inclusion of a report in a printed conference proceedings Increased or decreased depending on profile of conference. Increased for a major conference, such as an ACM conference -- but decreased for many smaller conferences.... ..."

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### Table 1. Optical Spectroscopy.

"... In PAGE 3: ...ig. 1. Optical Spectra of DENIS Mini-survey sources. The spectra shown have been normalised in the range 8700-8800 A, and are o set by the constants (C) provided in Table1 . The spectral types provided and the absorption features marked are... In PAGE 4: ... Also obvious is the strong resonance line of Cs I at 8521.4 A (equivalent widths for which are provided in Table1 ) and a pair of strong bandheads at 8610 and 8700 A. These latter bandheads have recently been iden- ti ed by Kirkpatrick et al.... ..."