### Table 5: Incoherence and subsumption under an heterogeneous semantics

1997

"... In PAGE 16: ... The problem is now to detect incoherence and compute subsumption assuming an hetero- geneous semantics. The solution is given in Table5 where it can be seen that incoherence and subsumption relationships under an heterogeneous semantics can be turned into incoherence and subsumption relationships under the three given semantics. The relationships between virtual classes interpreted under the same semantics are imme- diate, thus we comment the ones between classes interpreted under di erent semantics: V l 2 vh V d 1 , V l 2 vl V d 1 and V l 2 vh V g 1 , V l 2 vl V g 1 ) : By adopting the heterogeneous semantics for the schema we also consider the lfp{instances of the schema .... ..."

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### Table 4. Example for (not) incoherent (for = 1)

2001

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### Table1: Effect of correlation on number of refreshes Incoherency

in Optimized query planning of continuous aggregation queries in dynamic data dissemination networks

2007

"... In PAGE 9: ... Combination of sub-queries will be decided based on correlation between data items (sumdiff values of all the data items were the same). Table1 compares the results when cosine similarity is taken into account and when cosine similarity is assumed to be 0 for all data item pairs. It can be seen that by considering cosine similarity number of refreshes reduce by approximately 12%.... ..."

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### Table1: Effect of correlation on number of refreshes Incoherency

"... In PAGE 9: ... Combination of sub-queries will be decided based on correlation between data items (sumdiff values of all the data items were the same). Table1 compares the results when cosine similarity is taken into account and when cosine similarity is assumed to be 0 for all data item pairs. It can be seen that by considering cosine similarity number of refreshes reduce by approximately 12%.... ..."

### TABLE 5 A PAIR OF INCOHERENT VIGNETTES WITH THREE DIFFERENT COMPLETIONS

1983

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### Table 4. Example for (not) incoherent (for A1 BPBD)

2001

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### Table 4. Example for (not) incoherent (for A1 BPBD)

### Table 3: Local incoherence values based on travel distances for the unnormalized string edit dis- tance measurements between 15 Norwegian di- alects. The lower the local incoherence value, the better the measurement technique.

2006

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### Table 5: Local incoherence values based on geo- graphic distances for for the unnormalized string edit distance measurements 186 German dialects. The lower the local incoherence value, the better the measurement technique.

2006

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