### Table 1: Overview of sketch-based navigation commands.

"... In PAGE 5: ... 3.3 Sketch-Based Navigation Vocabulary A first collection of spatial and temporal contexts together with sketch elements is illustrated in Table1 . Gabbard (1997) points out that when assessing metaphors for navigation and lo- comotion in VEs, it is important to consider mappings of integral navigation and locomotion components to metaphor gestures or mechanisms.... ..."

### Table 1. The symbols of the flow chart

"... In PAGE 7: ...In our experimental, we construct a practical sketch-based C programming teaching system, which can recognize 6 distinct flow chart symbols: {operation, decision, I/O, connector, termination, line} as Table1 . Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Repartition of won life rules in the corner. Pattern size in the corner

"... In PAGE 2: ... A better but more difficult way to find the utility of the rules is to keep statistics on their use inside the problem solver, and then after having used it on a large number of problems, to remove the ones with a low number of matching. 4 Experimental results The Table1 gives the number of won rules on life gener- ated for different pattern sizes in the corner of the board. The only metarule used is the metarule that removes rules that are special cases of smaller rules.... ..."

### Table 1: Repartition of won life rules in the corner. Pattern size in the corner

"... In PAGE 2: ... A better but more difficult way to find the utility of the rules is to keep statistics on their use inside the problem solver, and then after having used it on a large number of problems, to remove the ones with a low number of matching. 4 Experimental results The Table1 gives the number of won rules on life gener- ated for different pattern sizes in the corner of the board. The only metarule used is the metarule that removes rules that are special cases of smaller rules.... ..."

### Table 1: The estimated errors of the detection for X- corners by two different algorithms:

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table1 , which indicates that our new algorithm is slightly more accurate and robust. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Figure 3: Images of the simulated target, where X-... ..."

### Table 3 Results from the corner data set.

in Registration of Range Data Using a Hybrid Simulated Annealing and Iterative Closest Point Algorithm

"... In PAGE 16: ...Luck, Hoff, Underwood, Little 16 Results from the two data sets are summarized in Table3 and Table 4, respectively (additional details can be found in [11]). The tables show, for each run, the final error score that the algorithm achieved, the number of iterations required by the ICP and the SA algorithms, and the number of times that ICP fell into a local minima.... ..."

### Table 1: Our Approach vs. Corner Approach. ISCAS-85 Corner Our Percentage

"... In PAGE 8: ... In order to test the accuracy of our approach, we compared the maximum delay of every circuit as computed by our algorithm to the true maxi- mum delay computed by finding the delay of the circuit at every process corner. The results and comparison between the two ap- proaches are shown in Table1 , which shows that our approach predicts the maximum delay of these circuits quite accurately. The bar diagrams in Fig.... ..."

### Table 1: Our Approach vs. Corner Approach. ISCAS-85 Corner Our Percentage

"... In PAGE 8: ... In order to test the accuracy of our approach, we compared the maximum delay of every circuit as computed by our algorithm to the true maxi- mum delay computed by finding the delay of the circuit at every process corner. The results and comparison between the two ap- proaches are shown in Table1 , which shows that our approach predicts the maximum delay of these circuits quite accurately. The bar diagrams in Fig.... ..."

### Table 2: Analysis of cost effects of patching on caching hierarchies, cf. [14]

"... In PAGE 5: ... Figure 3 is a sketch of the base model topology central server CS, optional cache servers with an index i at depth t in the binary tree, and network links . Table 1 lists the symbols that are used in the formulas, and Table2 presents the formulas for calculating the cost of the distribution systems. In this section, we provide terms, assumptions.... ..."

### Table 1: Elements used in folrmulas

"... In PAGE 2: ... Figure 1 is a sketch of the base model topology central server CS, optional cache servers with an index i at depth t in the binary tree, and network links . Table1 lists the symbols that are used in the formulas, and Table 2 presents the formulas for calculating the cost of the distribution systems.In Appendix B we provide the details on terms, assumptions and calculations that are presented in this section.... ..."