### Table 1 Classification of requirements. standards (examples) Presentation Communication Representation

1999

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### Table 1 Classification of requirements. standards (examples) Presentation Communication Representation

1999

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### Table 6: Analysis of the example with the standard approach

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### Table 2 Statistical properties of random input variables

"... In PAGE 8: ...random parameters: E, a, n, JIc(0), C(0),a/W and P. Table2 shows the means, coefficients of variation, and probability distributions of these parameters. Note, the statistics and distribution properties of the random input Fig.... ..."

### Table 2: Prior means and standard deviations for example 1.

1996

"... In PAGE 8: ... The following ML estimates were obtained from these data: pML = :1000 ML = :0500 ML = :2000: The posterior means, for the noninformative prior, are recorded in column 1 of Table 1 as well as their posterior standard deviations. In column 1 of Table2 we have recorded the prior means and standard deviations of these quantities. As expected the posterior means are convex combinations of the prior means and the ML estimates.... ..."

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### Table 3.1: Estimated squared standard errors in Example 2

2006

### Table 3.2: Estimated squared standard errors in Example 3

2006

### Table 1: Intraclass standard deviation 5 examples 10 examples

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table1 shows the standard deviation of the distances between the login attempt patterns to the enrolled patterns. The distances between an enrollment set of five patterns and a set of ten patterns are compared.... ..."