### Table 1: The 13-valued interval algebra A13. Single line: x interval. Double line: y interval.

"... In PAGE 5: ... 2.2 Interval algebras and macro relations Allen [2] has de ned a model for temporal logic whose elements are time intervals (cor- responding to events that happen during a certain period of time) and uses the following 13 primitive relations f ; ; m; m?1; o; o?1; s; s?1; f; f?1; d; d?1; g to express the relative position of two intervals ( Table1 ). We will call this the 13-valued interval algebra A13 .... ..."

### Table 1: Complete analytical solutions with single probabilities and with probability intervals.

### Table 9 - Inexact zeroes and infinities A single interval has one extremity at zero or 1 A double interval encloses its zero or 1 Italic digits in v are dubious

### Table 2: -Similarity scores for Covert Channel II. For each window of t packets, the interval is selected to be from the set (0.04, 0.06, 0.08). Results are shown for both selection methods (Sequential and Random) and for the original covert channel that employs a single interval (0.04).

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"... In PAGE 8: ... On the other hand, our second metric ( -Similarity) still shows di erences in values for the covert versus the non- covert tra c. In Table2 we show the results for the original single-interval covert channel, and for several choices of t for both methods for selecting a new interval period after t frames. Note that the results are averaged over ten runs for each parameter setting.... ..."

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### Table 2: -Similarity scores for Covert Channel II. For each window of t packets, the interval is selected to be from the set (0.04, 0.06, 0.08). Results are shown for both selection methods (Sequential and Random) and for the original covert channel that employs a single interval (0.04).

"... In PAGE 8: ... On the other hand, our second metric ( -Similarity) still shows di erences in values for the covert versus the non- covert tra c. In Table2 we show the results for the original single-interval covert channel, and for several choices of t for both methods for selecting a new interval period after t frames. Note that the results are averaged over ten runs for each parameter setting.... ..."

### Table 3: Proportions correct (M ) and 95 % Confidence Intervals (CI) for each condition of the single-object test.

"... In PAGE 5: ...igh (i.e., in the single-object/dichotomous condition). In Figure 2, proportions correct are displayed separately for new, mixed (comparing 1 new and 1 old exemplar) and old exemplars in the pair-comparison test. In the continuous feedback condition, there is no difference between new, mixed or old exemplars, supporting LAM (TTB is refuted by the proportion correct, see Table3 ). More perplexing, in the dichotomous feedback condition there is no difference between old and new exemplars, but the proportion correct on mixed exemplars is significantly lower.... ..."

### Table III. 95 per cent con dence intervals for selected combinations of e, f, g and h, calculated using three methods based on score intervals for the single proportion, numbered as in test

in Improved confidence intervals for the difference between binomial proportions based on paired data

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### Table 1: Consumption of the SPUD auction mechanism relative to the CNET mechanism. Interval 1/single 3/single 5/single 1/network 3/network 5/network

"... In PAGE 6: ... Different numbers of sub-clients were used and a difference was made between running on a single node and running on the network. Table1 shows the overhead in consumption of the SPUD auction mechanism as a percentage of the overhead of the CNET mechanism. Hence, values greater than 100% indicate SPUD has consumed more resources than CNET.... ..."

### Table 4. Confidence interval measurements from estimates obtained from single samples (Ncluster = 1,000).

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