### Table 12 The 40 lowest eigenstates of the circle billiard with radius R quot;1. n,m: radial and angular momentum quantum numbers; kp35p32p41: results from EBK-quantization; kp7p15p8 and kp7p16p8: zeroth and quot;rst order semiclassical eigenvalues obtained by harmonic inversion of the periodic orbit signal; kp4p24: exact eigenvalues, i.e., zeros of the Bessel functions Jp75(kR) quot;0

"... In PAGE 88: ...rst-order approximation. The peak heights of the levels in Fig. 36 (solid lines and crosses) are, up to a multiplicity factor for the degenerate states, the shifts afii9773k between the zeroth- and quot;rst-order semiclassical approximations to the eigenvalues k. The zeroth- and quot;rst-order eigenvalues, kp7p15p8 and kp7p16p8 quot;kp7p15p8#afii9773k are presented in Table12 for the 40 lowest eigenstates. The zeroth-order eigen- values, kp7p15p8, agree within the numerical accuracy with the results of the torus quantization, Eq.... In PAGE 88: ... (2.71) (see eigenvalues kp35p32p41 in Table12 ). However, the semiclassical eigenvalues deviate signi quot;cantly, especially for states with low radial quantum numbers n, from the exact quantum mechanical eigenvalues kp4p24 in Table 12.... In PAGE 88: ...q. (2.71) (see eigenvalues kp35p32p41 in Table 12). However, the semiclassical eigenvalues deviate signi quot;cantly, especially for states with low radial quantum numbers n, from the exact quantum mechanical eigenvalues kp4p24 in Table12 . By contrast, the semiclassical error of the quot;rst-order eigenvalues, kp7p16p8, is by orders of magnitude reduced compared to the lowest-order approximation.... ..."

### Table 1 Parameters for single refinement and recalculation steps. Included are the resolution C14 of the grid of specimen directions of S2, the cumulative total number C22 N of measured diffraction intensities with respect to the locally refined grids, the total number C22 Nreg of diffraction intensities to be measured in a conventional experiment with a regular grid, the cumulative measurement time, the total number M of ansatz functions involved in the PDF-to-ODF inversion problem, the maximum order of harmonic series expansion (bandwidth) L of the ansatz functions, and the computational time to solve the PDF-to-ODF inversion problem with Core 2 Duo c.p.u. with 186 GHz c.p.u. frequency and 2 Gbyte RAM.

2007

"... In PAGE 9: ... (1988). In Table1 the parameters of the individual steps are summarized. The first column displays the angular resolution C14 research papers J.... ..."

### Table 3: Example of common functions of devices: Same functions are mapped to the same gesture; similar functions may be mapped to the same gesture if this is intuitive and no other function is overloaded.

1997

"... In PAGE 13: ... Depending on the gesture commands are sent to the devices and feedback is applied. The correlation of gestures and commands is shown in Table3 . If the dialogue nishes by time out or by the pointing gesture or a certain termination gesture the control ow enters the direction determination (Figure 12).... In PAGE 30: ...evice at a time. First a device is selected by the unique pointer click. Depending on the selected device, the gesture will execute a certain command. Table3 shows a possible mapping. The stars indicate that the device in that column supports the function of the row.... ..."

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### Table 1: Example of common functions of devices: Same functions are mapped to the same gesture; similar functions may be mapped to the same gesture if this is intuitive and no other function is overloaded.

1997

"... In PAGE 2: ... 1). Further control is ac- cording to Table1 , where one gesture is used for each line. Every gesture is mapped to several similar tasks from di erent devices2, which reduces the number of gestures and makes the dialogue more intuitive.... ..."

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### Table 1 shows the relative energy captured by each of the rst several coe cients. It can be seen that the kernel is dominated by the rst three coe cients. Thus, a second order approximation already accounts for 99.22% of the energy. With this approximation the half cosine function can be written as:

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ...80 99.90 Table1 : The top row shows the energy captured by the n apos;th zonal harmonic for the Lambertian kernel (0 n 8). The middle row shows the energy accumulated up to order n.... In PAGE 9: ...1 n N are set to zero. In this case the relative squared energy becomes k2 0 k2 0 + P1 n=N+1 k2 n = k2 0 2 3 ? PN n=1 k2 n : (14) Table1 shows the bound obtained for several di erent approximations. It can be seen that using a second order approximation (involving nine harmonics) the accuracy of the approximation for any light function exceeds 97.... ..."

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### Table 17-Cont inued

"... In PAGE 22: ... In order to improve some of the scattering functions used, they were fitted with double Henyey-Greenstein functions (Goody and Yung 1989): with three parameters. Many of the values used in the model ( Table17 ) come from Johnson and Liu (1998) (and personal communication). The curves for 0 + 0 come from Johnson et al.... ..."

### TABLE 5.2 BENCHMARK FUNCTIONSTHAT ARE ORTHODOX. Circuit No. No. No. No.Non No.

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### Table 1. Nuclear Features Measured from Cervical Cells

"... In PAGE 3: ....2. Features A total of forty-two features were extracted from each nucleus. These are features which have been described in the literature as being more or less useful for MAC analysis ( Table1 .).... ..."

### Table 4. Freq. Assignments Meeting PI. Criteria

"... In PAGE 6: ... Thus the only available frequencies are at intervals of 5 MHz between 1300 and 1340 MHz. Table4 shows the twenty-four frequency assignments for the five radars that result in each radar meeting its criterion for probability of interference(PI). Note that of the twenty-four assignments, four produce global minimum interference levels, defined as the sum of the maximum interference at each of the five radars.... ..."