### Table 12. Forecasts and estimates of inflation movements in the 1999-2005 period, growth rates in %

### TABLES TABLE I. Fluid simulations. We tabulate the system size N; reduced density = cp; simulation technique; starting con guration; run length; pressure P and nematic order parameter P2, both with estimated error in parentheses. Truncated octahedral boundaries were used, except where indicated by y(cubic boundaries). The Vieillard-Baron overlap criterion was used except where indicated by x(Perram-Wertheim overlap criterion). Run lengths are measured in thousands of sweeps (MC) or simulation units (MD) from the time at which unconstrained constant-volume simulation began; the equilibration period is in parentheses. N

### Table 1. Test generation results for the BRP case study criterion size time # of depth

2005

"... In PAGE 12: ... Using TTG, we generate tests for the perfectly periodic Tick automaton with clock period equal to 1, with respect to various coverage criteria. The results are shown in Table1 . The criteria used are: (reachable) conflgurations, locations, actions, and the values of the flve discrete variables of the model, namely, m, b, c, i, j.... In PAGE 15: ... By looking at our test generation algorithm, where a test is obtained by completing a path, we can say that the size of a test is essentially its depth. As one can see from Table1 the largest test depth is 53. This can be explained as follows.... ..."

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### Table 2. Statistical results from ANOVA and Tukey apos;s honestly significant difference criterion with respect to three factors: Playing positions, with five factor levels (CD, ED, CM, EM, F); ranges of velocities, with five factor levels (V1, V2, V3, V4 and V5) and the game periods with two factor levels (1st and 2nd). Factor Statistial Significant Diferences (p lt; 0.05) Playing Positions: ED, CM, EM gt; F gt; CD

"... In PAGE 5: ... Table 1 shows the values of distances covered by Brazilian soccer players according to playing positions, ranges of velocities and game periods. Table2 summa- rizes the results of ANOVA and Tukey apos;s honestly signifi- cant difference criterion. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 2 Improvement projects started in 20 practices during the introduction period

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... At the end of the study 33 projects had been completed, while 18 were still running. Table2 shows the subjects and objectives of the improvement projects that Table 2 Continued Practice Type of practice Topics Objectives Completed Self set objectives met 9 2 GP Diabetes Improve insight into actual care as a useful aid to improving care: who does the check ups, what are the blood sugar concentrations (criterion: lt; 8.5 mmol/l), what is the functional status of patients (complications?) Y Y Computerisation Introduction of problem orientated registration, using ICPC codes, etc.... ..."

### Table IX. Reformulation of criterion Criterion Division Similar

1999

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### Table 3 Criterion Evaluations

"... In PAGE 6: ... Then, we use these weights to determine the overall ranking of the three alternatives. This can be done by multiplying the criterion evaluations in Table3 times the criterion weights. The overall ranking for the three types of cars is shown in Table 4.... ..."

### Table 4: Criterion 2

"... In PAGE 17: ...riterion 2 Evaluate each disjunctive clause Pi(i =1..n) with Sc as true and false, respectively. The idea of the criterion is illustrated in Table4 in which the asterisk * denotes a truth value, either true or false. The criterion requires that by the simulation set Sc each clause Pi eval- uates as true and false, respectively.... ..."

### Table 12. Criterion CDF

"... In PAGE 23: ... The allowed fraction of users in outage is z, and is selected based on the service. The criterion address both coverage for a minimum throughput through point {k, z}, and user throughput fairness through the requirement of being to the right of curve defined by Table12 . Note that this criteria defaults to the moderately fair solution if k = 0.... ..."

### Table 7: Criterion 4

"... In PAGE 18: ...ive clause Pi (i =1..n) with Sc as false,evaluateeachQj (j =1..m) as false at least once, respectively. Table7 illustrates the idea of this criterion. Since evaluating Pi as true requires that all the conjunctive clauses Q1,Q2, .... ..."