### Tableaux hat, stellt sich die Frage nach einer kombinatorischen Interpretation der Schubertpolynome, die im Spezialfall Schurpolynom wieder die Menge der Tableaux ist. Eine Antwort auf diese Frage gibt der nachste Abschnitt. 2.2 Worte, Tableaux und Schubertpolynome Es werden zuerst grundlegende Begri e vorgestellt, wie sie in verschiedenen Artikeln [LS81.1, LS88.1] von Lascoux und Sch utzenberger de niert wurden. Anschlie end wird die nicht kommutative Theorie der Schubertpolynome betra- chtet.

### Table 2. F:R = 1

2006

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### TABLE III RECURSIVE COMPUTATION OF f(r; )

2004

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### Table 7. Impact of the Playout Deadline for TU Berlin

2007

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### Table 3. Ping-pong bidding with F/R auction.

"... In PAGE 5: ... If the tar- get price fluctuates, bidders may alternatively bid to different targets without completing an auction. Table3 shows an exam- ple. Ping-pong bidding usually stops either by another bidder or by a completion of the auctions.... In PAGE 5: ... Applying an additional cost for retracting a bid mitigates the problem a little. However, as shown on Table3 , ping-pong bidding still happens with the cost of retracting a bid. If the cost of retracting a bid is too high the algorithm cannot adapt to the change in the environ- ment.... ..."

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### Table 1. The values r at which F(r) changes

### Table 1 Parameters for the functions s(r), f(r) and coefficients of the polynomial f(x)

2000

"... In PAGE 3: ... The parameters were chosen by fitting the dependence of cohesive energy versus nearest-neighbor interatomic separation for graphite and diamond [20]. The resulting parameters for the functions f(r) and s(r) and the polynomial coefficients are given in Table1 . Using these parameters gave the bond lengths of 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Truth tables for operations on FIVE A : A ? A uk uk ur f t r t f r

1999

"... In PAGE 11: ...uage counterpart, since e.g. questions are never negated. We thus arti cially extend the de ni- tion of these operators to have a null e ect on interrogative values, as shown in Table1 , where a horizontal line separates the indicative values from the interrogative ones. Another important observation concerns dis- junction and conjunction.... ..."

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### Table1. b f r l Type b f r l Type

"... In PAGE 2: ... r b b b T31 Table1 : Module types based on connected links In parallel with the hardware implementation of the CONRO robot, we have also used a Newtonian mechanics based simulator, Working Model 3D, to develop the hormone-based control theory, with the objective that the theory and its related algorithms will eventually be migrated to the real robots. Working Model 3D is a three-dimensional dynamics simulation program.... In PAGE 4: ... For simplicity, it is assumed that the robot is performing only one task, and only actions are represented in the internal representation of received hormones. The type of each module is shown according to Table1 . The number of active links of modules A to D is 1-2-2-1, respectively, which defines the expected number of hormones for each connection.... ..."

### Table 3: F and R covers for signals Ro and s ( stands for consensus)

1993

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 3: F and R covers for signals Ro and s ( stands for consensus) Table3 presents the F and R covers calculated by the synthesis procedure before expanding F against R. The nal result of the synthesis is: FRo = Ros + Ris + A0 iRo Fs = R0 os + Ais + R0 iR0 o Theorem 7 [12] The Fi and Ri covers obtained by the synthesis procedure are valid on-set and o -set covers of fi, i.... ..."

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