### Table 1. Example of a stochastic (multi-state) game

"... In PAGE 6: ... We show two direction plots in Figures 1 for a temperatures of = 2 ((a) and (b)), and for = 10 ((c) and (d)). The plots show the preferences of the choice of strategies for the row and column players for the representative states one and two of Table1 b respectively. The direction elds of the other two states (not shown) are the complement of the elds for state 1 and 2.... In PAGE 7: ... 1. The direction eld plots of the Dispersion Game with = 2 for the row player states 1 and 2 ((a) and (b)), and for = 10 ((c) and (d)) Table1 c gives the average expected payo for the joint actions of the row and column agent. Figure 2 shows the ED of this averaged payo for = 10.... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 2 shows the ED of this averaged payo for = 10. This gure is equivalent to the ED of Table1 a for equiprobable choice of states from Table 1b . The row player, and conversely also the column player, initially play an equilibrium strategy where both tasks are equally likely if the system is started with all preferences of all agents for all tasks identical, i.... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 2 shows the ED of this averaged payo for = 10. This gure is equivalent to the ED of Table 1a for equiprobable choice of states from Table1 b . The row player, and conversely also the column player, initially play an equilibrium strategy where both tasks are equally likely if the system is started with all preferences of all agents for all tasks identical, i.... ..."

### Table 1: Basic notations for labeled transition systems Note that S0 = s0-after- quot; is in S and is called the initial multi-state. The multi-state set can be obtained by a known algorithm which performs the deterministic transformation of a nondeterministic automaton with trace equivalence [11, 8]. For Figure 1, the multi-state set is ffs0; s1g; fs2; s3g; fs2g; fs0; s1; s4; s5g; fs5gg.Obviously, each LTS has one and only one multi-state set. After any observable sequence, a nondeterministic system reaches a unique multi-state. Thus from the test perspective, it makes sense to identify multi-states, rather than single states. This viewpoint is re ected in the FSM realm by the presentation of a nondeterministic FSM as an observable FSM [12], in which each state is a subset of states of the non-observable FSM. The viewpoint is also re ected by the refusal graphs [7], in which a node corresponds to a multi-state.

"... In PAGE 3: ... An LTS graph is shown in Figure 1. Given an LTS S = lt; S; ; ; s0 gt;, let p; q 2 S and 2 [ f g, the conventional nota- tions shown in Table1 are relevant to a given LTS, as introduced in [3]. In this paper we use M; P; S; : : : to represent LTSs; M; P; Q; : : :, for sets of states; a; b; c; : : :, for actions; and i; p; q; s : : :, for states.... ..."

### Table 1. Multi-state facial component models of a front face Component State Description/Feature

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### Table 1. Multi-state facial component models of a front face Component State Description/Feature

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### Table 3: Reco rates for multi-state HMM

### Table 1. Assumptions and results of multi-state and aggregate population scenarios for Sudan, Tunisia and Cape Verde.

"... In PAGE 18: ...9 million in 2024 14.1 million in 2024 975,000 in 2025 717,000 in 2025 Percent of adult population with each educational level in ending year No schooling male: 60 female: 68 male: 5 female: 14 75 percent Primary male: 29 female: 25 male: 36 female: 44 Secondary male: 10 female: 7 male: 48 female: 36 25 percent Tertiary male: 2 female: 0 male: 11 female: 5 Table1 shows that for Sudan, the population size by the end of the projection period is almost the same... ..."

### Table 5 Study 3: Descriptive Statistics and Reliabilities

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Education level was assessed in terms of the highest degree attained, and responses were coded on a scale from 1 (none) to7(doctorate). Results and Discussion Measurement Invariance Across Groups Table5 displays group means and descriptive statistics. A two-factor model identical to that examined in Study 1a was specified in a three-group MACS analysis.... ..."

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### Table 1 shows that for Sudan, the population size by the end of the projection period is almost the same for the population as a whole as when it is divided by educational categories; in the case of Tunisia, aggregate

"... In PAGE 18: ... Table1 . Assumptions and results of multi-state and aggregate population scenarios for Sudan, Tunisia and Cape Verde.... ..."

### Table 3. Subcharacteristics of Reliability in Systemic Quality dimensions RELIABILITY

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"... In PAGE 13: ..., Quality Management Reliability is the capacity of a software product to maintain a specified level of performance when used under specific conditions. Table3 shows the subcharacteristics associated with Reliability, grouped by dimension. Table 3.... ..."

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### Table 4. F Statistics Obtained From the Two-Way ANOVA Performed on the System Effectiveness Measures

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"... In PAGE 19: ... Separation losses across conditions. Table4 shows the results of the two-way ANOVA for the system effectiveness measures. There were several interactions between Airspace Type and Traffic Situation for these measures.... ..."