### Table 2: An incomplete resolution table: There is a row missing where A has truth value ? and B has truth value +.

"... In PAGE 19: ...Example 3.2 From Table2 , N = fA; B; Cg, and A = f (A; C); (B; C)g, we have the default theory where W isA(+) ! :A(0) ^ :A(?); A(0) ! :A(+) ^ :A(?); A(?) ! :A(+) ^ :A(0) B(+) ! :B(0) ^ :B(?); B(0) ! :B(+) ^ :B(?); B(?) ! :B(+) ^ :B(0) C(+) ! :C(0) ^ :C(?); C(0) ! :C(+) ^ :C(?); C(?) ! :C(+) ^ :C(0) and D is, A(+) ^ B(+) : C(+) C(+) ; A(+) ^ B(0) : C(+) C(+) ; A(+) ^ B(?) : C(+) C(+) A(0) ^ B(+) : C(+) C(+) ; A(0) ^ B(0) : C(0) C(0) ; A(0) ^ B(?) : C(0) C(0) A(?) ^ B(0) : C(?) C(?) ; A(?) ^ B(?) : C(?) C(?) Example 3.3 From Table 3, N = fA; B; Cg, and A = f (A; C); (B; C)g, we have the default theory given in Example 3.... ..."

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### Table 1: Properties of qualitative influences

### Table IV. Slope of the change in k values (s) by age, race, and sex based on 1996 Medicare data

### TABLE III EIGHT VARIABLES. NOTE: TIME UNITS ARE SECONDS. F3 F4

### Table 1: A resolution table for the con uence of in Figure 6, where the head is exchange-rate and Tail(exchange-rate) = finterest-rate,trade-surplus,inflationg.

"... In PAGE 10: ...abelled with . If there are n tails, then there are n + 1 columns, and 3n rows, in T . So for any combination of event values for the tails, we can determine the event value for the head. Consider the resolution table in Table1 for the con uence in Figure 6. To use this, we nd the row in the resolution table that has the correct event values for the tails of exchange-rate, and then read the event value for exchange-rate.... ..."

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### Table 1: A resolution table for the con uence of in Figure 6, where the head is exchange-rate and Tail(exchange-rate) = finterest-rate,trade-surplus,inflationg.

"... In PAGE 10: ... So for any combination of event values for the tails, we can determine the event value for the head. Consider the resolution table in Table1 for the con uence in Figure 6. To use this, we nd the row in the resolution table that has the correct event values for the tails of exchange-rate, and then read the event value for exchange-rate.... ..."

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### Table 3.2: Valid sign tuples for the MULT constraint.

### Table 8: Examples of indexed partial sums in the partial- sum look-up table.

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"... In PAGE 9: ... Intuitively, the nal partial sum Psum(A;I) is derived from combination of additions and subtractions of all \relevant entries quot; in P, where the \relevant entries quot; are Cartesian products of di erent entries indexed by X[mask(Ii)]. Table8 shows the precomputed partial sums corresponding to the 4 terms on the right hand side of the formula. Figure 3 gives a pictorial view corre- sponding to the formula.... ..."

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