### Table 6. Fisheries Department projections for the Noro Cannery.

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"... In PAGE 55: ... Still, Noro apos;s economic viability remains unclear. Fisheries Department calculations (see Table6 ) for projected income were based on standard economic assumptions. Financial projections always leak due to unforeseen problems or unanticipated changes in factor or product markets.... ..."

### TABLE 1. List of simulations and parameters. Standard grid sizes are followed by those with various grid aspect ratios.

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### Table 1. Time and space costs of polymorphic type analyses. The main contribution of this paper is the application of abstract compilation to polymorphic type inference associating each type with an incarnation of the Prop do- main. It is this view which has led us to a concise and e cient implementation of a type system. Of particular interest is the application of an open semantics and algebraic simpli cation to obtain time and space e cient analyses. Acknowledgments We thank Roberto Giacobazzi, Phuong Lan Nguyen, T.K. Lakshman and Eyal Yardeni for useful discusions on types. Bart Demoen is partially sponsored by contract IT/4 of the Belgian D.W.T.C.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... As programs and/or the domain of types grow larger it becomes crucial to maintain a concise representation in the implementation. In fact the polymorphic type analysis for the balance program of Example 6 is already not reasonable following the naive approach (see Table1 below). Instead, we follow an approach in which lub=3 and neq=2 predicates in the bodies of the (abstract) clauses are viewed as open predicates and hence not unfolded in the evaluation of the least xed point.... In PAGE 13: ... 6 Discussion The analyses described in this paper are implemented in Prolog and consist of 150 lines of code for the analyzer which is based on \standard quot; TP semantics and 400 lines for the analyzer which is based on an open semantics. Table1 illustrates the advantage of considering an open semantics in analyses of this type. The rst column of numbers indicates the time (in seconds running on a SPARC1 station) and the space (number of facts) costs for the analyzer based on the TP semantics.... ..."

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### Table 2--Rice production in irrigated and rainfed areas in LAC 1967 1981 1989 1995 Irrigated Area 1,573.1 2,470.9 3,248.3 3,802.8

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"... In PAGE 17: ... About 90 percent of those varieties were targeted to flooded production environments (Sanint and Wood 1998).2 As shown in Table2 , the area of modern varieties planted in irrigated regions has increased from zero to over three million hectares. In contrast, the area devoted to modern varieties in rainfed systems shows little increase.... ..."

### Table 9.1 Simulation results #jobs RR CR FB FB1 RR CR FB FB1 FB FB1

### Table 1. Statistical summaries of the comparisons of model results with observations over eastern US. C : grand average, Percentages: are the percentages of the comparison points whose model results are within a factor of 2 of the measurements. Unit of wet deposition is m mol m-2 week-1. 50 , 100 and OBS represent the model results of 50% and 100% cases, and observations (see text)

"... In PAGE 20: ...nd SO2 mixing ratios and wet deposition fluxes. Following Kasibhatla et al. [1997], we calculated the percentages of comparison points whose model results were within a factor of 2 of the corresponding measurements for each parameter. The results are listed in Table1 . The domain averages for the comparison points were also calculated.... In PAGE 20: ... Only ~25% of the sulfate wet deposition amounts were simulated to within a factor of 2, and the domain average of the model results was 76% higher than the observation for the base run. Although the modeled domain average of sulfate wet deposition for the 50% case was close to the observations (25% overestimation) ( Table1 ), the 50% case did not improve the model performance on the wet deposition spatially as shown in Figures 7d and 8. The model seriously overpredicted the sulfate wet deposition at most stations over the middle part of the domain (Figure 7c, d).... In PAGE 21: ... Nonetheless, these considerations suggest a need to improve the accuracy of wet processes in the model. For the sensitivity study with the doubled condensation rate, the domain averages of the modeled SO42- mixing ratios for the 40-day simulation period were about 15% lower than for the base case ( Table1 ), and sulfate wet deposition about 7% higher, resulting in decreased overall model skill compared with observations. These changes are attributed to a shift in sulfate mass loading from the nucleation mode to the accumulation mode (diameter 0.... In PAGE 21: ... It was found that the model performs better on the mean results of the 40-day period than on individual measurements. For instance, ~60% of the observed mean sulfate mixing ratios and ~53% of observed mean wet sulfate deposition were simulated to within a factor of 2, higher than those of the individual measurements for the base case ( Table1 ). These results are in agreement with the study of Dennis et al.... In PAGE 21: ... The model systematically overestimated the observed SO2 mixing ratios, as shown in Figure 8. Only 22% of the observed SO2 mixing ratios were simulated to within a factor of 2, and the modeled domain average was 138% higher than the observations ( Table1... ..."

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### Table 6: = Bl

"... In PAGE 15: ... Table 5 lists the representatives for types Cl. Table 5: = Cl case variants representatives (S1) 2(8) fx1+2g fx1+3g (S2), (S3) 16 fx1+2g fx1x2(?1)g (S2) { (S4) 23(7) fx1+2x1(c)g fx1x?2(?1)g (S5) 28 fx1+2x1g fx2x3(?1)g (S6)1 4(11,18,32) fx1+2g fx3+4g (S6)2 9(17,26) fx1+2x1g fx2+3g (S7) 3(10) fx1+2g fx1?2g (S10) 5(13) fx1+2g fx?1+3g (S11) 12(19,36) fx1+2x1g fx?1+2g (S12) 14(20,40) fx1+2x1g fx?1+3g (S15) 6 fx1+2g fx?1?2g (S16), (S17) 21 fx1+2g fx?2x?1(?1)g (S16) { (S18) 46(15) fx1+2x1(c)g fx?2x?1(?1)g (S19) 39 fx1+2x1(c)g fx2x?1(?1)g (S20) 43 fx1+2x1g fx3x?1(?1)g The representatives of orbits for type Bl are collected in Table6 . Type F4 has... ..."

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### Table 1: Comparison of point pattern matching techniques Technique Author Capability Invariance Performance

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"... In PAGE 3: ... This match is then veri ed by calculating the transformation parameters and applying them to the patterns. 4 Comparisons Table1 is a feature comparison of the abovemen- tioned techniques. We de ne three levels of capability for PPM techniques: Matching: These techniques nd a one-to-one map- ping between the points of two point patterns P and Q, where jPj = jQj = n.... ..."

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### TABLE II. RECOGNITION RATES ACHIEVED BY THE COMBINATION OF THE SPECIALIZED CLASSIFIERS, BY THE METACLASS CLASSIFIER (NN26UPPERLOWER) AND BY THE 52-CLASS CLASSIFIER.

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### Table 2 Conditional subtree

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