### Table 3-7 following displays the number of

1988

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### Table 4. Canonical variable value by bull for discriminant analysis independent of fertility group*

"... In PAGE 4: ... The mean of these values for each bull is shown in Table 4. Bulls in the high-fertility group had canonical variable means greater than 0, whereas bulls of lower fertility had means less than 0 ( Table4 ). Thus, when supplied only with data on sperm nuclear shape, the discriminant func-... ..."

### Table A10. Relationship of Respondent Characteristics to Probability of Using USDA, Probit Model Results, for Sources Used for Regular Reading DEPENDENT

### Table A20. Relationship of Respondent Characteristics to Probability of Using USDA, Probit Model Results, for Sources Used for Market Analysis DEPENDENT

### Table A22. Relationship of Respondent Characteristics to Probability of Using USDA, Probit Model Results, for Sources Used for Market Analysis DEPENDENT

### Table 1. Sociodemographic characteristics of participants in the focus group interviews for the two target groups.

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"... In PAGE 3: ...years of experience ( Table1 ). The participants in the CLOA group were aged 68-92 years and most lived with a spouse or family members in rented or owned housing.... ..."

### Table 1: 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. This energy represents the quality of the n apos;th order approximation of r( ; ) (measured in relative squared error). The bottom row shows a lower bound on the quality of this approximation due to the non-negativity of the light. The n = 3, 5, and 7 are omitted because they contribute no energy. Relative energies are given in percents.

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ... The energy captured by every harmonic term is measured commonly by the square of its respective coe cient divided by the total squared energy of the transformed function. The total squared energy in the half cosine function is given by Z 2 0 Z 0 k2( ) sin d d = 2 Z 2 0 cos2 sin d = 2 3 : (11) Table1 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.... 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 1: Error Values

"... In PAGE 58: ...52 ID Reason Reaction ?6201 No free X color cell available for requested color Function ignored ?6202 Out of memory Function ignored ?6203 Color index out of range Function ignored 6301 Maximum number of points exceeded The maximum number of points is used 6302 Maximum number of polygon points exceeded The maximum number of points is used 6303 Compound text bu er over ow List of elements truncated 6304 Compound gure bu er over ow List of elements truncated ?6307 No free X color cell available for requested primitive color Function ignored ?6308 Too many color speci ers for ColorTable Function ignored ?6601 Out of memory Function ignored ?6607 No free X color cell available for requested primitive color Function ignored ?8001 Invalid function called (GDP) Function ignored ?9001 Input Error Function ignored ?9002 Input wrong mode Function ignored ?9003 Input not ready Function ignored ?9004 Input timeout Function ignored ?9011 Display or Load Image, cannot open le Function ignored ?9012 Display or Load Image, ppm format error Function ignored ?9013 Load Image, malloc failed Function ignored ?9014 Convert Image, malloc failed Function ignored ?9015 Display Image, malloc failed Function ignored ?9016 Display Image, visual depth not supported Function ignored ?9017 Read Image, malloc failed Function ignored ?9018 Read Image, visual depth not supported Function ignored ?9019 Convert Image, malloc failed Function ignored ?9020 Save Image, cannor open le Function ignored Table1... ..."

### Table 1. Error Sum of Squares between Estimated and Observed Mean Value Functions

1996

"... In PAGE 4: ... Figure 4 gives the mean value functions for data set 1 (actual) and those estimated for the exponential and s- shaped and Weibull coverage functions. The error sum of squares between the predicted and ob- served mean value functions are summarized in Table1 . It is evident that the best approximation of the observed mean value function is achieved by different coverage functions for different data sets, in a least error sum of squares sense.... ..."

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### Table 1 Predicted effect of set size and the steepness parameter on thresholds and psychometric function slopes

1998

"... In PAGE 10: ... In particular, they combined the power function and the maximum-of-outputs theory. The predictions of this combination are illustrated in Table1 and Fig. 8.... ..."