### Table 7: Sample of poorly associated adjacent word pairs from the 1995 Associated Press.

"... In PAGE 37: ... Note that f(1) and f(2) are both greater than 100 for this sample. In contrast, Table7 shows some examples of poorly associated words, also from the 1995 AP. In these cases, the terms seem to have little particularly to do with each other, and one would not expect to find the pairs in a dictionary.... ..."

### Table 3. Number of votes for direction of degradation change between adjacent sequence pairs.

"... In PAGE 5: ... As can be seen, the ITS metric and all but three of the ANSI parameters fail to be monotonic. Next, Table3 lists the results of the subjective evalua- tion by a group of 11 expert viewers. The viewers agreed completely in all but five cases, with no more than one outlier in any of the latter categories.... ..."

### Table II. Results of running our dialogue revision module on eight dif- ferent initial dialogue plans. In this table dp stands for Initial Dialogue Plan, ap for the number of Adjacency Pairs in the Initial Dialogue Plan, emph for the number of Adjacency Pairs that were marked for Emphasis, aggr cand for the cardinality of the sets of adjacency pairs that lend themselves to aggregation, gen cand for the total number of Candidate Dialogue Plans that the revision module produced, gen sol for the number of solutions that were identi ed in the set of all Candidates (with the constraints set to turn = min and emph = max, and nally, gen time for the time it took the revision module to generate all candidates and nd the optimal solutions.

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### Table 2: The communication between each pair of adjacent nodes in (4, 1, 4) chains of S4.

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### Table 4. Gap exchange tables for the p-arm and the q-arm. The number p of adjacent pairs of marker sets whose interchange increases the number of apparent gaps by c is shown. The third columns give the fraction of all pairs which yield this increase.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The change in cost considered here is equivalent to the increase in the number of apparent gaps when the pair of marker sets is interchanged in the ordering. Table4 gives the number of adjacent pairs of marker sets whose exchange increase the gap number by a given amount. It can be seen that most adjacent pairs are good in the sense that their exchange increases the number of apparent gaps by at least one.... ..."

### Table 1. Mapping between pairs of adjacent edges in P, 2SAT clauses, and edges in G2SAT. The invalid path pattern is in the last row.

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"... In PAGE 3: ... If the algorithms described below assign the value true to xi, then edge i keeps its original direction, while assignment of false to xi reverses the direction of i. We then split each path in P into pairs of adjacent edges involving triplets of ASs (all 1-link paths are always valid) and perform mapping between the obtained pairs and 2-variable clauses as shown in Table1 . The mapping is such that only clauses corresponding to the invalid path pattern yield the false value when both variables are true.... In PAGE 4: ...To solve the 2SAT problem, we construct a dual graph, the 2SAT graph G2SAT (V2SAT ; E2SAT ), according to the rules shown in Table1 : every edge i 2 E in the original graph G gives birth to two vertices xi and xi in V2SAT , and every pair of adjacent links li _ lj in P, where literal li (lj) is either xi (xj) or xi ( xj), gives birth to two directed edges in E2SAT : from vertex li to vertex lj and from vertex lj to vertex li. As shown in [9], there exists an assignment satisfying all the clauses if there is no edge i such that both of its corresponding vertices in the 2SAT graph, xi; xi 2 V2SAT , belong to the same strongly connected compo- nent5 (SCC) in G2SAT .... ..."

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### TABLE III. Numbers of arrangements and types (in parentheses) of necklaces with p 2-runs (or separation-2 pairs) and no adjacent black beads.

### Table 4: Model selection and surface merging performance success with real data. The percentages are over 518 and 127 surfaces for model selection, and 620 and 163 adjacent surface pairs for merging.

"... In PAGE 33: ... For both the sensors, information theoretic criteria perform extremely well, preserving all the discontinuities for segments greater than a82 a24 a90 a144a47a24 a90a198a85 pixels, with an overall success rate greater than 99.5% (see Table4 ). BMSC-BAYES shows a high success rate only for segments greater than a82 a135 a138a90 a144 a135 a138a90a198a85 , and has an overall performance of about 91%.... ..."

### TABLE 2: Results for Paired t Tests of Differences in Communication Between Adjacent Tasksa,b

in Testing a typology of tasks: An empirical validation of McGrath (1984) group task circumplex model

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