### TABLE 2. Macroeconomic Test: Content and Cognitive Specifications

### Table 2: Means for each of the five on-line store categories for all 35 variables used in the cluster analysis

1998

"... In PAGE 17: ... Next, we describe each of the five clusters in more detail and give some specific examples from each cluster. Insert Table2 here Super Stores The first cluster contains most of the largest stores in terms of total product number and number of pages. The score for the average store size is 54% higher than that of the second ranked cluster.... In PAGE 24: ... Retailers can compare their own catalogs with those in the survey. Measures for each of the 35 variables shown in Appendix A can be added to a data file containing the means shown in Table2 . Using a statistical package like Systat [41], a matrix of Euclidean distances can be computed and the data can be clustered for comparison.... In PAGE 24: ... Retailers then could compare their catalog to the categories we identified and determine whether it has key features associated with particular categories. Our list of features and attributes in Table2 and Appendix A also serves as a check-list for... ..."

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### Table 17 descriptive statistics for completeness

2006

"... In PAGE 13: ...able 16 the quality model newly filled with attributes........................................72 Table17 descriptive statistics for completeness.... In PAGE 86: ... This item is concerned with addressing the issues in the product completely. The reviewers averagely say they disagree that this is the case in the products under scrutiny, as Table17 shows. Table 17 descriptive statistics for completeness ... ..."

### TABLE 1. Microeconomic Test: Content and Cognitive Specifications

### Table 2. Descriptions of complete data constructors for hint

"... In PAGE 4: ...of the data constructors that are applicable to ELIM TAC. Later in this paper, we extend the definition of hint with additional constructors that are used in our rewrite tactics ( Table2 in Section 3.3).... ..."

### Table 1. A complete inequality description of the example in Figure 10 (a)

1993

"... In PAGE 16: ... Under these assumptions, the polytope STP (G; N; 1I) is fulldimensional (see [4]). To illustrate the rich variety of facet-de ning inequalities, a complete descrip- tion of the polytope associated with the example in Figure 10 (a) is shown in Table1 . Many of the inequalities coming up in this example can be generalized to other problem instances.... In PAGE 17: ... This is expressed in the Steiner partition inequality. In Table1 the inequalities (11), (12), (15), (16), (18), (22), (35) and (36) are Steiner partition inequalities. For the alternating cycle inequality we are given the following situation.... In PAGE 17: ... In fact, this requirement can be strenghened and leads to the alternating cycle inequalities. In Table1 the inequalities (13) and (14) are alternating cycle inequalities. Within the scope of this paper we refrain from explaining the details, but refer the interested reader to [4, 6].... ..."

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### Table 7: Attribute Update After Layer Completion Attribute Description Action

### Table 1. A complete description of ontologies and data repositories can be found in [8].

1996

"... In PAGE 3: ... Table1 : Details of ontologies It is important to notice (see Table 2) the heterogeneity among the ontologies (semantic heterogeneity) as well as in the data repositories (structural3 and operational4 het- 3Di erent data structures: plain les, databases, WWW docu- ments, etc, and di erent schemas, if they exist. 4Some data repositoriesare accessed using SQL commands,oth- ers by WWW browsers, and some of them they do not even have a de ned query language or access method.... ..."

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### TABLE 1. Operator Patterns: (See Appendix III for a more complete description)

### Table 1 shows the useful notation used in the example; a more complete description can be found in [13].

"... In PAGE 4: ... Table1 . Notations used in the example.... ..."