### Table 4. Names and descriptions of the ten water memes used in the water memes model

### Table 1. Names and descriptions of the ten water memes used in the water memes model

### Table 4: Network properties modeled and applicable models developed in mathematics / statistics / social network analysis and physics

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### Table 4: Network properties modeled and applicable models developed in mathematics / statistics / social network analysis and physics

"... In PAGE 32: ... 5.3 Discussion Table4 provides an overview of the models that are discussed in this section and the subsequent section on modeling dynamics on networks. Table 4: Network properties modeled and applicable models developed in mathematics / statistics / social network analysis and physics ... ..."

### Table 1 The basic mathematical model

"... In PAGE 3: ... To solve the mathematical model, techniques of successive subdivision in linear programming and integer numbers are applied. The basic mathematical model is presented at Table1 (at the end of the paper) 4. CONCLUSION The basic mathematical model presented here is a static one.... ..."

### Table 1. Mathematical notations.

"... In PAGE 3: ...o interaction between peers. Note that we only have one ISP in our model. The issues of multiple ISPs and multihoming are much more complicated and will appear in our future work. Lastly, Table1 contains all notations used in our mathematical model. Let a39a40a27a30a29 denote the traffic demand (or transmission rate in unit of Mbps) from peer a2 to peer a31 .... ..."

### Table 1: Parameter designation of the model Referring to the mathematical model presented in Fig. 2, the designations of Tab. 1. will apply. Equations of motion for the fourteen-degrees-of-freedom model are derived and explained in detail in Reference [15]. These equations could be written in the matrix form as:

### Table 1. Internet Host Growth Data by Quarter (August 1981-March 2001) Source: Internet Software Consortium at www.isc.org

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"... In PAGE 3: ... Sidebar 1. Mathematical Formulae for the Models Used in the Analysis The Data We collected the total number of Internet hosts worldwide from August 1981-March 2001 (see Table1 ), from the reports published by Internet Software Consortium at www.... ..."

### Table 1. Effector Dynamics and Limits.

### Table 3: Modeling terminology in mathematics / statistics and physics

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