### Table 1: The ideal tools.

in Third Program Visualization Workshop 141 Survey of Effortlessness in Algorithm Visualization Systems

"... In PAGE 5: ...g., Table1 ). Moreover, in Section ??, we can see that in the free responses the scope of the creative use is not just a single speci c topic, but a broader context.... ..."

### Table 1 Summary of SFDR test errors in 1000 runs Ideal Standard Best length Proposed

in A Computationally Efficient Method for Accurate Spectral Testing without Requiring Coherent Sampling

### Table 5: Ideal but infeasible classifier

2000

"... In PAGE 42: ...1. Ideal Functional Form of Detector In Chapter 1 we introduced an ideal classifier as a large table as shown in Table5 below. This classifier is ideal in several ways.... In PAGE 45: ... To use such a representation, we must build a table that stores two values for each input, P(image | object) and P(image | non-object), as shown below in Table 7. There are several conse- quences of using a decision rule derived from this generalized form instead of one directly derived from the concise form in Table5 . The generalized form will work just as well if our probability estimates are accurate representations of the true probabilities.... In PAGE 51: ... This underscores the problem with naive Bayes classifiers or any classifier in general; that is, we will have errors when we do not model important relationships, such as that between x and y when P(x | y, object) and P(x | y, non-object) are very different functions. No classifier is immune to this problem except the ideal model, Table5 , which is infeasible. In a naive Bayes classifier, the relationships that are not modeled are very explicit.... ..."

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### Table 2. Ideal Result Set

"... In PAGE 4: ...f every search logged. Every web page was reviewed and its relevance to the topic was determined. For a page to be relevant it had to contain all three terms, anthropomorphic , information , agents , and they had to appear in the context of Information Technology. The results produced were then merged, to remove duplications, and the ideal result set, summarised in Table2 was produced. Table 2.... ..."

### Table I Ideal case Non-ideal case

in Evaluation of Synaptic Multipliers Behaviour in the Back-Propagation Analog Hardware Implementation

1995

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### TABLE 3. Pin Count - ideal

1999

"... In PAGE 48: ...Dynamic Network Mux Pins 1x2x16 Static Network Data 32x2x16 Static Network Thanks Pins 1x2x16 Static Network Valid Pins 1x2x16 Total 70*32+10 = 2250 TABLE 4. Pin Count - with muxing Purpose Count Testing, Clocks, Resets, PSROs 10 Network Data 32x2x16 Dynamic Network Thanks 2x2x16 Dynamic Network Valid 1x2x16 Mux Pins 2x2x16 Static Network Thanks 1x2x16 TABLE3 . Pin Count - ideal Purpose Count... ..."

### Table 1. Initial ideals of restricted ideals of the generic ideal generated by a quadratic and a cubic form

"... In PAGE 13: ... We tabulate the rst of these initial ideals in Table 1. The author has proved (Snellman, 1998), that, for all locally nitely generated ideals J, the relation limn!1 gr( n (J)) = gr(J) holds, in the following sense: 8d : 9N(d) : n gt; N(d) =) gr(J) d = gr? n (J) R0 d: So the initial ideals of all restricted ideals determine gr(J); the converse, on the other hand, does not hold in general: studying Table1 , we see that gr( 2 (I)) has the minimal monomial generator x4 2; this \tail quot;, which may be regarded as an e ect of the truncation to two variables (the corresponding generator of the same degree for gr(I) is x1x2x2 3) is impossible to detect from the study of gr(I) alone. B.... ..."

### Table 1: Ideal electrical switches

1999

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### Table II. Ideal Performance Speedup

1999

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### TABLE I IDEAL MODEL PARAMETERS

2005

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