### Table 3.2: CPU time and operation count for several fourth order schemes

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### Table 3.1: L1 error on point values for several fourth order schemes

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### Table 3.2: CPU time and operation count for several fourth order schemes

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### Table 5: Ordered Probit Model for Injury Severity Measured on the KABCO scale

"... In PAGE 12: ... The only interaction variable found statistically significant is striking the face of a guardrail. Table5 shows that striking a guardrail face increases injury severity, but not statistically significantly (10% level). However, striking a guardrail face in the after period significantly increases injury severity.... ..."

### Table 1 Comparison of Fortran programs written in the 1970s and todayapostrophes C, Ada, and zSeries firmware written in PL8, revealing GOTO densities that differ by several orders of magnitude.

### Table 5: Statistics for several smoothers (only the order O( ) for n su ciently large is shown, not the actual value of the statistic).

1997

"... In PAGE 52: ...sing the general weight function estimator of section E.3.9 and expanding the unknown density f in Taylor series, one can nd approximated expressions for the mean squared error MSE and mean integrated squared error MISE (as de ned in appendix B) of a given estimator. Table5 lists the statistics of several of the smoothers presented; only the order, and not the particular full expression, is given. The decomposition (B.... ..."

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### Table 5: Statistics for several smoothers (only the order O( ) for n su ciently large is shown, not the actual value of the statistic).

"... In PAGE 52: ...sing the general weight function estimator of section E.3.9 and expanding the unknown density f in Taylor series, one can nd approximated expressions for the mean squared error MSE and mean integrated squared error MISE (as de ned in appendix B) of a given estimator. Table5 lists the statistics of several of the smoothers presented; only the order, and not the particular full expression, is given. The decomposition (B.... ..."

### Table 2: Number of iterations for di erent orderings, several preconditioners Bi-CGSTAB GMRES(20) TFQMR

### Table 3. Low-temperature data for several proteins in increasing order of helical content

1996

"... In PAGE 3: ...8% decrease in cell dimensions for aLP on cooling from 298 K to 120 K corresponds to a 1.5% decrease in cell volume, smaller than the changes reported for any other protein studied to date (see Table3 ). On cooling to 120 K, aLP shows very little thermal contraction, in contrast to the more helical proteins that have been studied previously (Frauenfelder et al.... In PAGE 3: ...elder et al., 1987). This value is 4.8-fold lower than the corre- sponding value for myoglobin ( Table3 ), and indicates that aLP apos;s thermal expansion coefficient is more similar to aluminum [a(300 K) = 24 X K quot;] than to other proteins for which it has been measured. Additionally, the radius of gyration of aLP decreases on cooling by only 0.... In PAGE 7: ..., 1994), due to reduced segmental accommodation of P-sheet structures compared to cy-helices, it is also possible that it is a consequence of the unique stability of aLP. However, in examin- ing the limited set of published structures determined at room and cryogenic temperatures, a variety of properties seem to vary mono- tonically with fraction helix ( Table3 ). This suggests that reduced thermal expansion may be a general property of P-sheet proteins.... ..."

### Table 1. The 16 highest ranked everyday problems rank ordered by severity (the sum of percent assigning ratings of 6 or 7).

2004

"... In PAGE 4: ...Severity of Problem In order to classify the most severe problems, the 27 problems were rank ordered by adding together the percentage of respondents for each problem assigning extreme ratings of either a 6 or a 7 (see Table1 ). Nine of the problems were assigned a 6 or 7 rating by over 30% of the sample (which we call the severe problems).... In PAGE 4: ... For example, if I could access my work email or important documents I would have more flexibility to work when I want. 22 24 26 22 24 22 20 Country of Origin Significant differences in mean severity ratings for country of origin were found in only three cases for the problems in Table1 . American respondents gave higher ratings than the British to the problems of planning and cooking family meals (3.... In PAGE 4: ...t higher than the Americans (4.30 vs. 3.33, p lt; .008). HP vs. Non-HP Differences in mean severity ratings for HP versus non - HP employees were found in, again, only three cases for the problems in Table1 . HP respondents gave higher ratings than non -HP respondents to the problems of having to rearrange things in a crisis (4.... ..."

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