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In the hands Pseudoathetosis: the patient is unable to keep his ngers still in the outstretched position. Because of the lack of feedback on hand and nger position, curious postures develop in the outstretched ngers and hands when the eyes are closed. Clumsiness of nger movement, e.g. when turning over the pages of a book singly, and when manipulating small objects in the hands, made much worse by eye closure. Shirt and pyjama top buttons, which cannot be seen, present more dif culty than other buttons. Dif culty in recognizing objects placed in the hands when the patient s eyes are closed, and dif culty in selecting familiar articles from pockets and handbags without the use of the eyes. Loss of touch and joint position sense in the ngers. In the legs Marked and unequivocal Rombergism. The patient immediately becomes hopelessly unsteady in the standing position when the eyes are closed. As the patient walks, he is obviously looking at the ground and at his feet. Loss of touch and joint position sense in the feet and toes.
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CONTROLLING 401(K) PLAN COSTS To control plan costs, 401(k) managers are still taking an active role in monitoring service providers. Rather than changing providers, though, as they tended to do last year, 401(k) plan managers favorite approach is to keep their existing providers and renegotiate fees with them. A sizable 40% of the survey respondents listed renegotiating service provider fees as their most successful 401(k) costcontrol technique (see Exhibit 5.1), according to an IOMA survey. This was up from the 32.8% who cited it the prior year. As the plan administrator at a nonprofit firm told us, High participation rates plus high contribution levels lead to high plan balances and high average account balances. That, in turn, allowed this 520-employee firm in New York to negotiate lower fees with its service providers. We were able to negotiate lower fees and revenue sharing arrangements with our third-party administrator and vendors, added a large government entity from Texas. When we renew contracts, we do industry comparisons and either renegotiate it or send out a request for proposal. Revenue shares [i.e., for 12-b1 fees, which some fund companies levy to pay for marketing, etc.] from vendors are given back to the participants. This year, the benefits manager noted, vendors opted to renegotiate their agreements, giving us better deals, which also saved the state time and money not having to go through the RFP process. Coming in second on the cost-control effectiveness scale was changing recordkeepers, investment managers, and consultants. Nearly 33% of sponsors overall cited this as their most effective strategy, slightly less than last year s first-place response of 33.5%. We switched to a new fund company with an overall reduction in fund expenses and a better plan and improved Web site access for participants, noted a small private-practice firm in Minnesota. A 544-employee finance company in Washington, D.C., went through the RFP process and changed recordkeepers, moving from Putnam to Vanguard. Vanguard is less expensive, the HR manager told us. Web-based changes occupied the third and fourth places for most successful cost-control strategies and tied for fifth place, according to the survey results. Web-based investment education (25.5%) came in third, Web-based loans (23.6%) fourth, and Web-based plan enrollment and charged/changed loan fees to participants tied for fifth place (22.7%). A restaurant chain in Pennsylvania cited the value of implementing Web-based changes. Our participants now complete all activities through the Internet, the human resources manager stated. We moved our plan to a new provider with lower costs and better account performance. This greatly improved service and
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methods. For interconnection widths between 2 and 10 mm, using a single GaAs MESFET yields the lowest propagation times. When the interconnection material is changed to WSi2, propagation times for the four methods of driving an interconnection for several values of interconnection length and interconnection width are shown in the Tables 3.10.3 and 3.10.4, respectively. These tables show that, in this case, minimum- and optimum-size inverters cannot be used for interconnection lengths of 1 mm and below and for interconnection widths above 10 mm. Using optimum-size inverters is found to result in the lowest propagation times for all interconnection lengths (see Table 3.10.3) and for interconnection widths below 5 mm (see Table 3.10.4). For interconnection widths above 5 mm, driving the interconnection with a single GaAs MESFET results in the lowest propagation times. EXERCISES E3.1 List and discuss the desirable characteristics of a numerical model that make it more suitable for inclusion in a CAD tool. Review the techniques presented in this chapter from the point of view of their suitability for inclusion in a CAD tool. E3.2 Comment on the validity of the assumptions and approximations used in the analysis of crossing interconnections in Section 3.4. E3.3 Refering to Section 3.7, comment on the relative signi cance of the highfrequency losses in an aluminum interconnection on GaAs in the following frequency ranges: (a) below 10 MHz; (b) 10 MHz 1 GHz; (c) 1 10 GHz; (d) 10 100 GHz; and (e) above 100 GHz. E3.4 Show that for the shortest total propagation time using minimum-size inverters the optimum number of inverters is given by the expression (symbols are de ned in Section 3.10.2) r Ri C i n 2:3Rr Cr E3.5 Show that the value of k for optimum-size inverters is given by the expression (symbols de ned in Section 3.10.3) r Rr Ci k Ri Cr E3.6 Show that the optimal delay is obtained by using a sequence of n inverters that increase gradually in size (each by a factor of 2.71828 over the previous one), where n is given by the expression (symbols de ned in Section 3.10.4) ! Ci n ln Cr
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