### Table 3. ACA data matrix (partial) and summary statistics. Authors involved in the Workshop on Singularity Theory and Its Applications to Wave Propagation Theory and Dynamical Systems (Isaac Newton Institute, 2000).

### Table 1. Illustrates the classification of systems approaches as exercised by the Systems of Systems Methodologies. Adapted with modification from Flood and Jackson (1991b). Explanation of the acronyms is as follows. OR: Operations Research, SA: Systems Analysis, SE: Systems Engineering, SD: Systems Dynamics, VSM: Viable Systems Model, ST: Socio-technical systems thinking, CT: Contingency Theory, SSD: Social Systems Design, SAST: Strategic Assumptions Surfacing and Testing, IP: Interactive Planning, SSM: Soft Systems Methodology, and CSH: Critical Systems Heuristics.

"... In PAGE 15: ... Further, the simple-coercive cell has only Critical Systems Heuristics, while the last cell the complex-coercive, is said not to have any approach, since there are no known methodologies that can support such problem situations. For an overview of this description see Table1 . System of Systems Methodologies is meant to enable potential users to assess the strengths and weaknesses... ..."

### Table 1 The current state of the art of Theory of synthesis .

1998

"... In PAGE 1: ... Our project inherits the core of the objectives of the parent project. Table1 shows our understanding of the current state of the art of Theory of synthesis. The important dimensions for classification of related knowledge include domain-dependence and static/dynamic, and the dynamic knowledge has subdimensions such as logical/mathematical/system.... ..."

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### Table 1 Methods for model order reduction of linear dynamic systems (after Antoulas and Sorensen (2001)).

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... It is important that a reduced model preserves such properties of the original model as stability and passivity. There exists a large number of important results supporting these efforts; some examples are given in Table1 . The most advanced results here are established by control theory, which allows us to make the strong statement that model reduction of a linear dynamic system is solved in principle.... ..."

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### Table 1 Theories, systems and models discussed in this paper Classical decision theory

2002

"... In PAGE 3: ... However, this comparison gives some interesting insights into the relation among the areas, and these insights are a good starting point for further and more complete comparisons. A summary of the comparison is given in Table1 . In our comparison, some concepts can be mapped easily onto concepts of other theories and systems.... ..."

### Table 1 shows that the rate constants of intramolecular energy transfer derived from intramolecular reaction rate theory and those from Lyapunov relaxation are in fairly good numerical agreement for the system of cyclobu- tanone. For the studied energy range from 0.0025 Eh to 0.01 Eh, kinetic rate theory gives an average intramolecular reaction time AB=2.1 ps com- paring to an average AB=1.6 ps from Lyapunov relaxation. This nding, the Lyapunov relaxation time remarkably corresponding to the time of in- tramolecular energy transfer, is an excellent con rmation that Lyapunov relaxation does yield the same time scale as intramolecular molecular en- ergy exchange for the present dynamical system of cyclobutanone.

"... In PAGE 7: ...Table1 . The intramolecular energy relaxation time.... ..."

### Table 1: Theories, systems and models discussed in this paper

2003

"... In PAGE 3: ... However, this comparison gives some interesting insights into the relation among the areas, and these insights are a good starting point for further and more complete comparisons. A summary of the comparison is given in Table1 . In our comparison, some concepts can be mapped easily onto concepts of other theories and systems.... ..."

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### Table 1. Theory Comparison

2005

"... In PAGE 7: ... Test Set Performance (results given as percentage) search to find most paths. The two systems do find different best clauses, as shown in Table1 which show both number of clauses and average clause length, including the head literal. Although most of the clauses found by Aleph are paths, the path finding implementation does find longer paths that are not considered by Aleph and also performs better on the training set.... ..."

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### TABLE V The computer data for c, at P, (coexistence curve) is compared with the corresponding values predicted by eq. (4.1) with the parameters (4.3) and w given in table IV. The values in brackets correspond to a 168 x 168 x 168 system with Glauber dynamics and were kindly provided to us by D. Stauffer and D.W. Heermann, see ref. 20. (Our values for I 2 7 present large statistical errors so that they were not included in the computations.) The overall differences between theory and experiment are 1.5%.

1983

### Table 1. BKYY-DR System and Theory

1997

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