### Table 3: Mispredict Rates of Static Predictor Schemes in Figures 6 and 13

### TABLE VI LOSS RATE (%) FOR LAYERED VIDEO WITH STATIC CHANNELS.

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### TABLE VI LOSS RATE (%) FOR LAYERED VIDEO WITH STATIC CHANNELS.

### TABLE VII LOSS RATE (%) FOR LAYERED VIDEO IN LIMITED STATIC CHANNELS.

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### Table 4. Recognition rates of Chinese digits, trained by the static method.

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### TABLE VII LOSS RATE (%) FOR LAYERED VIDEO IN LIMITED STATIC CHANNELS.

### Table 1. The rate of frequency, voltage, dynamic energy and static power

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"... In PAGE 5: ... The pro- posed power reduction scheme assumes frequency changes discretely, and the optimal voltage is fixed for each frequency. Table1 shows an example of the combinations of voltage, dynamic energy and static power at each frequency, which supposes FULL is 400MHz, MID is 200MHz and LOW is 100MHz at 90nm technology. For the table, dynamic energy rate for each frequency is the rate of energy consumption to the energy consumption at FULL.... ..."

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### Table 2: Error rates (%) for static unsupervised adaptation using mean MLLR and a single variance transformation

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"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 2: Error rates (%) for static unsupervised adaptation using mean MLLR and a single variance transformation To investigate the effects of using multiple diagonal variance trans- formations the experiments in Table 1 were re-run using only a sin- gle variance transform and these results are given in Table2 . Com- paring the results between the two tables shows that the use of mul- tiple variance transforms for the diagonal case was important.... ..."

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### Table 2: Error rates (%) for static unsupervised adaptation using mean MLLR and a single variance transformation

in Variance Compensation Within The Mllr Framework For Robust Speech Recognition And Speaker Adaptation

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 2: Error rates (%) for static unsupervised adaptation using mean MLLR and a single variance transformation To investigate the effects of using multiple diagonal variance trans- formations the experiments in Table 1 were re-run using only a sin- gle variance transform and these results are given in Table2 . Com- paring the results between the two tables shows that the use of mul- tiple variance transforms for the diagonal case was important.... ..."

### Table 6. The achievable loss rate by statically choosing the best path and by ideal path switching.

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"... In PAGE 6: ... The achievable loss rate by statically choosing the best path and by ideal path switching. Lastly, from Table6 we see that although ideal dy- namic path switching attains better overall loss perfor- mance for every source-destination pair, the percentage of performance gains is not uniform over all these source- destination pairs. For example, the performance gains of source-destination pairs A-B and A-C can be seen to be much lower than those of the other pairs.... In PAGE 6: ... By computing this spatial correlation coeffi- cient between two provider paths of each source-destination pair, we find that except for three pairs of provider paths, the correlation coefficient for all other pairs of provider paths is less than 0.03 (see Table6 ). For the two provider paths from node A to node B, the correlation coefficient is about 0.... ..."

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