### Table A.2 Effects on real activity

2001

### Table A.2 Effects on real activity (ctd.)

2001

### Table I. Elements of Workspace Awareness Relating to Real-Time Activity

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### Table 7: Forecasting real activity with asset returns and the term structure slope, 1952:3 through 1999:4

"... In PAGE 17: ... (All variables are aggregate, real, per capita.) The results of estimating (20) from 1952:3 through 1999:4 are displayed in Table7 . The coe cient b1 reflects the direct forecasting power of the quarter-t slope for future macroeconomic growth.... In PAGE 17: ... Asymptotic t-statistics are adjusted for generalized heteroskedasticity and one lag of moving average residuals using the technique of Newey and West (1987). There are three main points to take from Table7 . First, when the term structure slope at the end of quarter t is flatter than usual, the stock market excess return in quarter t +1 is a strong forecaster of the growth of consumption, GDP, and labor income from both t +1 to t +2and t +2 tot + 3.... ..."

### Table 1. Penalized Log-likelihood of sev- eral real activities: E- entering, Ex-exiting, P- passing, B- browsing.

### Table 3 Elements of workspace awareness relating to real-time activity (Gutwin and Greenberg, 1998, p3)

2004

### Table 1: Penalized Log-likelihood of several real activities performed in left-right direction: E- entering, Ex-exiting, P- passing, B- browsing.

### Table 4 Matrix of Real-Time Surveillance Activity Exists when How is it done Support Comments

"... In PAGE 6: ... _______________________________ 84 Figure 30 The utilization of the OSS at ETL NOC._______________________________ 87 Table Index: Table 1 The dimensions of the Task Technology Fit measures of TTF _______________ 46 Table 2 Matrix of ETL NOC (based on root definition a) of ETL NOC)________________ 74 Table 3 Matrix of Network Surveillance _______________________________________ 74 Table4 Matrix of Real-Time Surveillance _____________________________________ 75 Table 5 Matrix of Routine Maintenance _______________________________________ 76 Table 6 Matrix of 2nd Level Support - Switching ________________________________ 76 Table 7 Matrix of 2nd Level Support - Configuration amp; Data _______________________ 77 Table 8 The function area and application dependency of the apos;negative attitudes apos; ______ 83 Table 9 Task Equivocality _________________________________________________ 85 Table 10 Task Interdependence_____________________________________________ 85 Table 11 Function Area ___________________________________________________ 86 Table 12 Performance Impact of Computer Systems amp; Services ___________________ 86 ... In PAGE 118: ... The definition of perceived dependence can be found in table 4 below. Table4 Definition of the perceived dependence measures of TTF UTILIZATION Perceived Dependence How dependent is the user of the computer system applications in his/her work-routines. ... ..."

### Table 3: Results on the real-world Comp-activ and Boston data-sets.

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