### TABLE 3: CONVERGENCE BEHAVIOR IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG INCOME EFFECTS

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### TABLE VII LABELING ACCURACY ON LOSSES BY TYPE IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG STATIC AND BURSTY CROSS TRAFFIC.THE RELATIVE WIRELESS LOSS RATIO IS BD.

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### TABLE VII LABELING ACCURACY ON LOSSES BY TYPE IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG STATIC AND BURSTY CROSS TRAFFIC. THE RELATIVE WIRELESS LOSS RATIO IS BD.

### TABLE 7.1 Relative strong error es[c] in the presence of an external field defined by c0. Comparisons are made for different values of the interaction radius L and different coarse-graining levels q. Size of the lattice fixed at N = 1000.

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### Table 1 shows interactive display rates for various hardware, drivers, and scenes. From these numbers, we see that the holodeck recall rate is not strongly affected by scene complexity or the presence of a progressive ray calculation. However, there is a cost associated with improving the display representation, as we move from drawing quadtrees to Voronoi regions to a Gouraud- shaded mesh.

"... In PAGE 5: ...5 Encoded value Size floating point color 4 bytes position in starting cell 2 bytes position in ending cell 2 bytes ray distance 2 bytes Table1 . Ray sample encoding requirements.... ..."

### Table 4. Full Regression models of years of presence.

"... In PAGE 6: ... In 1988 and 1989 the dis- tance to the nearest woodlot (DW) only has an effect when the amount of hedgerows is included in the models. The models of the number of years a woodlot is inhabited by the red squirrel (years of presence, Table4 ) partly show the same effects as for the separate years. Again there is a strong positive effect of the area with conifers in the woods.... ..."

### Table 3: Performance of the multiple-writers consistency protocol With small matrices, no speedup is obtained when using the strong consistency protocol because of false sharing: computing the product of two 16 Kb matrices is about 1.5 times slower on 32 nodes than on a single node. Good speedups are obtained in the absence of false sharing: a speedup of 31.79 is obtained with the strong consistency protocol on 32 nodes with 256 Kb matrices. In the presence of false sharing, gains are observed when using the multiple-writers protocol: a speedup of 12.02 (instead of 6.22 when using the strong consistency protocol) is obtained when multiplying two 64 Kb matrices on 32 nodes. Note that when there is no false sharing, only a small time

"... In PAGE 6: ... The Block function is used for selecting the pages apos; managers. Table3 shows the elapsed time and speedup obtained by multiplying two square matrices of double-precision oats. The two input matrices are accessed using the default strong consistency protocol, while the result matrix is accessed either using the default strong consistency protocol (top part of the table) or using the multiple-writer protocol (bottom part of the table).... ..."

### Table 1. Field guide to models summary table. The abbreviated headings are: the num- ber of technicolors (Ntc), the dimension of the representation which condenses to break the electroweak gauge symmetry (d), the number of doublets (Nd), the pattern of elec- troweak symmetry breaking [48], the presence of a walking technicolor coupling, scalars and/or strong ETC (SETC), multiscale (MS), GIM suppression of avor changing neu- tral currents, or non-commuting (NC) ETC and weak gauge groups. ref.

### Table 2 a Test for the Presence of Trend in the First Differences of Per-Capita Incomes

"... In PAGE 12: ...3 These results strongly reject the presence of a unit root, implying that the first differences are stationary. Table2 presents the results of three different tests for the presence of a deterministic trend in the first differences of cyclically adjusted quarterly data.4 The columns list: (a) the estimates of a linear trend, (b) the estimates of a nonlinear quadratic trend, and (c) the estimates of a nonlinear hyperbolic trend.... In PAGE 12: ...4 The columns list: (a) the estimates of a linear trend, (b) the estimates of a nonlinear quadratic trend, and (c) the estimates of a nonlinear hyperbolic trend. The results in Table2 are unable to reject the hypothesis of mean stationary first differences. Because of the possibility of a type II error, assumption [c] can only be weakly rejected.... ..."