### Table 8. Comparison result Context suitable languages

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Tables 3 through 7 give the result of the comparison. Table8 lists the lan- guages which are suitable in each context, meaning, that the language per- forms SUITABLE or better in all four groups. At first it is surprising that C++ performs so poorly for control software applications.... ..."

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### Table 5: Schematic representation of reduction algorithm. In the first step, we choose AY for each DACXBN DABC CX to transform the gen- erated VC in to the form suitable our simplification rules. We first apply the equality elimination rules in Table 10, until they have all been eliminated. Then we eliminate all A0 BB A0 BA A0 ex- pressions using the rules in Table 7. Then we apply the rules in

### Table 1. Telecommuting preferences, suitability and risks

"... In PAGE 6: ... After the employee preferences and suitability scores have been reconciled to the maximum possible extent, the output of this component would be in the form of a spreadsheet table containing the relevant information. A simple example, with artificial data, of such an output is given in Table1 , below. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1. Ontological relations suitable for personalization

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"... In PAGE 2: ... In [13] a set of basic relations is proposed that can be used to model taxonomic context hierarchies, while the re- lations themselves represent deeper semantics than just a taxonomic relation. Without claiming that the proposed relations are sufficient to model every type of context, we think that the relations presented in Table1 are generic enough to form a useful basis for our person- alized context model. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 3: Testing approaches to product lines and required framework conditions

### Table 1: Connection of a tetrahedron with the front. Remarks: The frequency of a connection with an adjacent point is greater than 80% (cases 6, 7, 8 and 9: 83.3%). The connections with other neighboring points are marginal (cases 2, 3, 4 and 5: 3.27%). To summarize, the candidate points to form a tetrahedron are examinated in the following order: 1. the suitable adjacent points; 2. the optimal point previously de ned; 3. the suitable neighboring points.

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"... In PAGE 5: ...Pi+1 B C A0 C0 B0 Pi G0 Figure 1: Construction of an optimal point. Now, we show in Table1 the frequency of the possible connections between a constructing tetrahedron and the current front (except the chosen base face) during the mesh generation process. The values are averages calculated from several examples (with a big volume).... ..."

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### Table 1: Frequencies of outbreak sizes of influenza in household of various sizes

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### Table 19.3. Studies of general cognitive ability in nonhuman species. Studies were only included if there were at least two published studies for a particular species, if they presented quantitative performance data (on at least thre tasks) in corelation matrix form suitable for factor analysis, and if they were known not to have used inbred or mutant strains. Measures of performance on problem-solving tasks were included; measures of global activity, preference, personality, and the like were excluded (se notes). Analysis is based on product-moment corelations (r) unles otherwise noted; mean r was calculated using zr transformation. Columns indicate the number of subjects in the study, the number of measures included in the analysis, the number of positive corelations and total number of corelations, the mean r among measures, and the percentage of variance acounted for by the first principal component (numbers in parentheses indicate studies in which this was les than twice the variance acounted for by the second principal component). The final thre entries sumarise the human data from Table 19.1 and Table

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### Table 1 shows the sampling statistics. The average proportion of recomputed sam- ples for form factor and visibility varies from 25% for the office to 36% for the public library. The (v) and (l) after the scene denote whether the vertex comparison or the link information was used to find senders suitable for interpolation, respectively.

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