### Table 3 Expansion of ten

2007

"... In PAGE 14: ... In addition we show how documents can be augmented with terms suggested by the phantom. Table3 lists the terms t for which qk;t;n;xtn is the largest for the phantom aspect k in a document n. The results are given for ten randomly selected documents in the corpus.... ..."

### Table 1. Expansion sizes

1984

### Table 1: Expansion relationships

### Table 1 Some short QPSK 8-PSK and lSPSK codes (the reference system is the uncoded QSPK modulation)

in ABSTRACT

1988

"... In PAGE 6: ... Furthermore, the code has a trellis of 4 states and 8 sections as shown in Figure 2 (see Appendix for the trellis construction), and hence can be decoded easily by a soft-decision Viterbi decoding algorithm. Using the above method, we have constructed some short codes for QPSK, 8-PSK and 16-PSK modulations (listed in Table1 ). These codes provide 3 to 6 dB coding gain over the uncoded QPSK modulation with little or no bandwidth expansion.... In PAGE 8: ...and computed for an AWGN channel. The detail weight distributions of the codes listed in Table1 have been determined [19]. 3.... In PAGE 16: ...Table1 as the inner code. This code is an 8-PSK code with effective rate R[C7] = 9/8.... ..."

### Table 4. Light turbulence model amplitude and bandwidth.

"... In PAGE 5: ...able 3. B747-400 Flight Simulator Description............................................................... 7 Table4 .... ..."

### Table 1 gives the data for 50-nano-second EDO DRAMs, while Table 2 gives the data for 45- nano-second EDO DRAMs. Note that the tables show all possible frequencies of the SA-1100, even those beyond speci cations. Memory settings and access speed are di erent if all the DRAM is on the mother-board than if there is some DRAM on a memory expansion daughter-card. Note that in the latter case, access to the mother-board DRAM banks are as slow as to the daughter-card banks (i.e., all banks are accessed at the speed of the slowest one). Access time and bandwidth are shown both for single-word accesses and for 8-word burst ac- cesses (cache line ll).

"... In PAGE 45: ...3.8 | 346.9 | 92.2 || Table1 : 50-ns EDO DRAMs WRL Technote 56... ..."

### Table 14: The Laplace expansion for the solution function The coe cient The Laplace expansion

1994

"... In PAGE 59: ... If the given boundary function f has the Laplace series expansion f = 1 X n=0 anSn Then the solution of the equation (3.2), @u @n, will have the expansion @u @n = 1 X n=0 bnSn where bn = ?nan The following Table 13 gives the Laplace expansion for the given boundary function f = x, and Table14 is the Laplace expansion for the solution.... ..."

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