### Table 1. Descriptive framework of the reverse engineering process

2001

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### Table 13 shows a merge policy parametrized by a function

"... In PAGE 10: ... Thus interactive or automatic operation may be chosen for particular substructures or particular types, giving users great flexibility in defining merge policies. General objects Our merge framework is based on the Suite system, which includes a type system of basic types and several type constructors, It therefore supports general, struc- Object modify 0 modify rep] ace with F(row, column) row 0 column Table13 : Computed merge.... ..."

### Table A.1: Aspects in literature I (Ref: reference, Def: deformable objects, Pro: prob- abilistic framework, Lea: learning, Clo: closed loop tracking, MFe: multi- ple features, MMo: multi modal, Rea: real time; p: parametric, n: non- parametric)

### Table A.2: Aspects in literature II (Ref: reference, Def: deformable objects, Pro: prob- abilistic framework, Lea: learning, Clo: closed loop tracking, MFe: multi- ple features, MMo: multi modal, Rea: real time; p: parametric, n: non- parametric)

### Table 2: Parametrizing Y.

2008

"... In PAGE 15: ... We tried our algorithm on examples which we constructed from the canonical surface (given by the binomial ideal with 20 generators) by a linear transformation of the projective space. The randomly generated matrix of the transformation has integral entries with the given maximal absolute value (the first column in Table2 ). We see that almost the whole time is spent for finding the Lie algebra of the surface.... ..."

### Table 1: A comparison between parametric and non-parametric approaches.

### TABLE 2. Primers used for quantitative real-time PCR expression analysis

2007

### Table 5: Parametric Triangular Representation

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... In this case the area ooded by the water will be a point at 1:00 am, a triangle at 8:00 am, a quadrangle at 10:00 am, and a pentagon at 1:00 pm. This data can be represented as in Table5 . Notice that this table is no longer a standard relation but rather a parametric one (with parameter t).... ..."

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### Table 5: Parametric Triangular Representation

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... In this case the area ooded by the water will be a point at 1:00 am, a triangle at 8:00 am, a quadrangle at 10:00 am, and a pentagon at 1:00 pm. This data can be represented as in Table5 . Notice that this table is no longer a standard relation but rather a parametric one (with parameter t).... ..."

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