************************************************************************** These are published data of the HERMES Collaboration. You are free to use these data in any publication. However, you must make a reference to the following publication: A. Airapetian et al, Eur.Phys.J. C21 (2001) 599-606 ************************************************************************** \begin{table*}[h] \begin{center} \begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|c|}\hline $z$ & $\frac{1}{N^{DIS}} N^{\pi^{0}}$ & $\frac{1}{N^{DIS}} \frac{N^{\pi^+} + N^{\pi^-}}{2}$ & $\frac{1}{N^{DIS}} N^{\pi^{+}}$ & $\frac{1}{N^{DIS}} N^{\pi^{-}}$ \\ \hline 0.142 & 3.39$\pm$0.21 & - & - & - \\ 0.223 & 1.96$\pm$0.08 & 2.13$\pm$0.11 & 2.22$\pm$0.07 & 2.04$\pm$0.08 \\ 0.274 & 1.49$\pm$0.05 & 1.45$\pm$0.04 & 1.63$\pm$0.02 & 1.28$\pm$0.02 \\ 0.324 & 1.075$\pm$0.038 & 1.06$\pm$0.03 & 1.22$\pm$0.02 & 0.897$\pm$0.023 \\ 0.375 & 0.774$\pm$0.028 & 0.760$\pm$0.022 & 0.906$\pm$0.017 & 0.614$\pm$0.014\\ 0.424 & 0.563$\pm$0.021 & 0.556$\pm$0.020 & 0.670$\pm$0.015 & 0.442$\pm$0.013\\ 0.474 & 0.421$\pm$0.016 & 0.437$\pm$0.016 & 0.532$\pm$0.011 & 0.343$\pm$0.012\\ 0.523 & 0.342$\pm$0.014 & 0.325$\pm$0.015 & 0.411$\pm$0.012 & 0.239$\pm$0.009\\ 0.574 & 0.244$\pm$0.010 & 0.246$\pm$0.011 & 0.304$\pm$0.009 & 0.188$\pm$0.007\\ 0.624 & 0.192$\pm$0.010 & 0.196$\pm$0.010 & 0.250$\pm$0.009 & 0.143$\pm$0.007\\ 0.674 & 0.155$\pm$0.008 & 0.161$\pm$0.009 & 0.198$\pm$0.008 & 0.126$\pm$0.007\\ 0.724 & 0.115$\pm$0.007 & 0.136$\pm$0.008 & 0.164$\pm$0.007 & 0.108$\pm$0.007\\ 0.774 & 0.085$\pm$0.006 & 0.106$\pm$0.010 & 0.137$\pm$0.007 & 0.075$\pm$0.005\\ 0.825 & 0.061$\pm$0.005 & 0.091$\pm$0.010 & 0.112$\pm$0.008 & 0.069$\pm$0.007\\ 0.873 & 0.053$\pm$0.006 & 0.076$\pm$0.010 & 0.100$\pm$0.009 & 0.054$\pm$0.008\\ \hline \end{tabular} \caption{Measured $\pi^0$, ($\pi^+ + \pi^-$)/2, $\pi^+$, and $\pi^-$, multiplicities for various $z$-bins. The average kinematic variables for this experiment are: $\langle E_{beam} \rangle =$ 27.5~GeV, $\langle \sqrt{s} \rangle =$ 7.48~GeV, $\langle Q^2 \rangle =$ 2.5~GeV$^2$, $\langle W^2 \rangle =$ 28.6~GeV$^2$, $\langle \nu \rangle =$ 16.1~GeV$^2$, $\langle x \rangle =$ 0.082. The quoted uncertainties are statistical. The systematic uncertainty for the charged (neutral) pions is 7\% (9\%).} \label{Tab:xsec} \end{center} \end{table*}