### Table 1: VCS for strong access structures on at most four participants. The next theorem proves that for the strong access structure 12, a VCS with m = 4 does not exist. Theorem 9.2 Let (?Qual; ?Forb) be the strong access structure on participant set P = f1; 2; 3; 4g having basis ?0 = f123; 14; 34g. Then there is no (?Qual; ?Forb; 4)-VCS. Proof. Suppose by contradiction that there exists a (?Qual; ?Forb; 4)-VCS. From Lemma 3.4 and Theorem 5.13 any matrix M 2 C1 and any matrix M0 2 C0 are equal, up to a column permutation, respectively, to M =

### Table 1: Spatially Immersive Display vendors.

"... In PAGE 32: ... It has some resemblance to multivision systems, but the images are joined to a single, large image. There are several similar systems available from a multitude of manufactures (see Table1 on page 23). 6.... In PAGE 38: .... http://www.vr.ctc.com/ Table1 : Spatially Immersive Display vendors. Vendor... In PAGE 82: ... The first, single-wall CAVE is referred in this document as the Phase I , and the second, multi-wall CAVE Phase II . Build or purchase? One possibility that immediately occurred to us was to purchase the required CAVE system from a manufacturer (see Table1 , Spatially Immersive Display vendors., on page 23).... In PAGE 117: ....1.3 In retrospect... Was the decision to build the HUTCAVE on our own instead of just calling any of the vendors in Table1 on page 23 the reasonable one? In my opinion, yes. In reality, building a CAVE of acceptable quality is rather easy - all the real issues are on the software side.... ..."

### Table 1 immersive task communicative task

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Furthermore, we have to distinguish between those tasks that need the coop- eration of many users interacting directly with each other from those that involve single users working solitarily at a time (cf. Table1 ). Note that communication does not necessarily need direct multi-user cooperation: texts are a typical example, since they mediate communication but do not call for all participants to be present simultaneously.... In PAGE 13: ... There is certainly another quite delicate balance one should take into ac- count most seriously, as well: the one between benefits and costs. Let us finally come back to the distinctions of Table1 . Quite obviously, immersion and communication have very different importance for each of those categories of tasks.... ..."

### Table 1 immersive task communicative task

2003

"... In PAGE 10: ... Furthermore, we have to distinguish between those tasks that need the coop- eration of many users interacting directly with each other from those that involve single users working solitarily at a time (cf. Table1 ). Note that communication does not necessarily need direct multi-user cooperation: texts are a typical example, since they mediate communication but do not call for all participants to be present simultaneously.... In PAGE 13: ... There is certainly another quite delicate balance one should take into ac- count most seriously, as well: the one between benefits and costs. Let us finally come back to the distinctions of Table1 . Quite obviously, immersion and communication have very different importance for each of those categories of tasks.... ..."

### Table 1. Feature comparison of immersive game systems.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Our solution of separating the views offers a new approach for FPS games. Table1 summarizes the comparison between our system and the others. Our system provides an intuitive and tangible controller in the virtual world and at the same time maintains collaborative/competitive physical interaction between the players.... ..."

### Table 1: VCS for strong access structures on at most four participants. Proof. Suppose by contradiction that there exists a (?Qual; ?Forb; 4)-VCS. From Lemma 3.4 and Theorem 5.13 any matrix M 2 C1 and any matrix M0 2 C0 are equal, up to a column permutation, respectively, to

### Table 1: VCS for strong access structures on at most four participants. Theorem 9.1 Let (?Qual; ?Forb) be a strong access structure on participant set P = f1; 2; 3; 4g such that f1; 2; 4g; f1; 3; 4g 2 ?0. If there exists a (?Qual; ?Forb; 4)-VCS, then there is no X 2 ?0 such that f2; 3g X. Proof. From Lemma 3.4 any (?Qual; ?Forb; 4)-VCS contains (induced) a VCS for the strong access structures ?0 and ?00 having basis ?0 0 = ff1; 2; 4gg and ?00 0 = ff1; 3; 4gg, respectively. Therefore, from Theorem 5.13 any matrix M 2 C1 and any matrix M0 2 C0 are equal, up to a column permutation, respectively, to

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### TABLE 1. Needs for a Successful Tele-immersive Experience

### Table 7. Heat of immersion. (mJ/m2)

"... In PAGE 7: ... The potential energy is reported as the average of three or four block averages after equilibration. The results are summarized in Table7 , which lists the heat of immersion calculated by molecular mechanics and MD. (Table 7) In Figures 4 and 5, we present the typical snapshots from the MD simulations, which give us the structural information of the clay minerals immerged in solution.... ..."