### Table 2: Equivalent Fortran 90 and RL statements that contain conformable, yet not identical references.

"... In PAGE 3: ... As a result, a region-based representation is more concise, less tedious, easier to read, and less error prone. As an informal measure of conciseness, consider the example given in Table2 . Stripped of all indexing constructs, the ZPL and Fortran 90 versions of the SPEC CFP92 swm256 benchmark are similar in size.... ..."

### Table 7: Our results of the renormalised quark masses mMS(2 GeV) in MeV for improved and Wilson fermions, together with the extrapolation to the continuum limit ( = 1). The continuum numbers refer to improved fermions. We give the results for both the Ward identity and the standard method.

1998

### Table 2: Resources at Ward A

"... In PAGE 4: ...3 Resources Whilst resources in most wards consist of doctors, nurses and paramedics, geriatric wards have in addition, speech therapists and physiotherapists. Table2 below is the current resource situation at Ward A. Table 2: Resources at Ward A ... ..."

### Table 1. Surgical ward notes

### Table 2: Equivalent Fortran 90, APL, and RL statements that contain conformable, yet not identical references. All arrays in this table contain more than n elements in each dimension. In other words, these array references refer to subarrays. Arrays A and B are 2-dimensional and arrays U, V, and W are 1-dimensional.

1999

"... In PAGE 8: ... Additional operators are sometimes required to make references conformable, emphasizing the type of lo- cality. For concreteness, Table2 summarizes a number of ways by which array references may conform without being identical (column 1). For each, a Fortran 90 and APL example statements are given (columns 2 and 3) and their correspond- ing RL statement (column 4).... ..."

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### Table 2: Equivalent Fortran 90, APL, and RL statements that contain conformable, yet not identical references. All arrays in this table contain more than n elements in each dimension. In other words, these array references refer to subarrays. Arrays A and B are 2-dimensional and arrays U, V, and W are 1-dimensional.

1999

"... In PAGE 7: ... Additional operators are some- times required to make references conformable, emphasizing the type of locality. For concreteness, Table2 informally summarizes a number of ways that array references can conform without being identical (column 1). For each, Fortran 90 and APL example state- ments are given (columns 2 and 3) along with their corresponding RL statement (column 4).... ..."

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### Table 2: Equivalent Fortran 90, APL, and RL statements that contain conformable, yet not identical references. All arrays in this table contain more than n elements in each dimension. In other words, these array references refer to subarrays. Arrays A and B are 2-dimensional and arrays U, V, and W are 1-dimensional.

1999

"... In PAGE 8: ... Additional operators are sometimes required to make references conformable, emphasizing the type of lo- cality. For concreteness, Table2 summarizes a number of ways by which array references may conform without being identical (column 1). For each, a Fortran 90 and APL example statements are given (columns 2 and 3) and their correspond- ing RL statement (column 4).... ..."

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1999

"... In PAGE 12: ... Additional operators are sometimes required to make references conformable, emphasizing the type of locality. For concreteness, Table2 summarizes a number of ways by which array references may conform without being identical (column 1). For each, a Fortran 90 and APL example statements are given (columns 2 and 3) and their corresponding RL statement (column 4).... ..."

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"... In PAGE 12: ... Additional operators are sometimes required to make references conformable, emphasizing the type of locality. For concreteness, Table2 summarizes a number of ways by which array references may conform without being identical (column 1). For each, a Fortran 90 and APL example statements are given (columns 2 and 3) and their corresponding RL statement (column 4).... ..."

### Table 10.2 Dublin County Borough Wards/DEDs with the highest and lowest unemployment rate, 1996 Ward/DED Unemployment

2001