### Table 1 Examples of rational reductions

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"... In PAGE 5: ...4. Rationalreductions It is easy to see that all the rational linear reductions are based on a modular relation au + bu = 0 (mod k) and the associated reduction are then deFFned by R(u; v)=|au+bv|=k (see Table1 ).Let c denotes the modular quotient of u by v modulo k, i.... ..."

### Table 2: Feature vector for the combination of the anaphor hij with its candidate an- tecedent Frans Rombouts . The last column gives the gain ratio for each feature calcu- lated on the basis of the complete KNACK-2002 training corpus for the pronouns. Boldface weights represent the four highest weights.

"... In PAGE 8: ...2 Feature informativeness We also calculated the informativeness of the different features. Table2 shows the previously discussed features for one potential antecedent pair in the sentence (3) Frans Rombouts verdwijnt als hoofd van de Post (.... ..."

### Table 4. The number of genera and types of rational orders with discriminant equal to (72).

"... In PAGE 19: ... These tables reveal that 4 of the genera in the algebra rami ed at 2 have 2 classes and all other genera only one. This gives the last column of Table4 . Of course, the tables in [3] give all this information concerning the de nite algebras in this case.... ..."

### Table 1. Qualitative comparison of AISE with other counter-mode encryption approaches

"... In PAGE 9: ...1. AISE: Qualitative Evaluation Table1 qualitatively compares AISE with other counter-mode encryption approaches, in terms of IPC support, cryptographic la- tency hiding capability, storage overheads, and other miscellaneous overheads. The first scheme, Global Counter, was discussed in Section 4.... ..."

### Table 1: This table describes the soci-ec(h)o game schema.

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### Table 1: Comparison of Gauss quadrature accuracy for the integration of a rational function (24).

"... In PAGE 12: ... Consider the following rational function de ned on 2 [?1; 1]: f( ) = ( 0 for ? 1 lt; 0 3 2+2 3+ 2+1 for 0 1 (24) This function is C0 continuous in the interval ?1 1, but it is only non-zero on 2 [0; 1]. Table1 compares the accuracy of Gauss quadrature for two cases. In the rst case, one integration cell is used which covers the entire interval.... ..."