### Table 1: The local ow functions in CCP, where u, v and w are variables, c is a constant and t is an expression. In Figure 1, the local ow function associated with each node is shown below the node. Each lattice element is a pair (xa;xb), where the rst and second component denote lattice values for variables a and b, respectively. The execution e ect of procedure calls (nodes 4 and 9) is modeled by the summary function (6;11) as de ned in equation system 1. The full de nition of (6;11) is shown only at node 4. 3 Propagating Data Flow Queries A data ow query q raises the question as to whether a speci c set of facts y 2 L is a safe approximation of the

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"... In PAGE 4: ....e., f(x1;:::;xk) = (f(x1;:::;xk)1;:::;f(x1;:::;xk)k). The component f(x1;:::;xk)w of a local ow function f with re- spect to variable w is de ned in Table1 for various types of assignments. The local ow function for a conditional expression is simply the identity function.... ..."

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### Table 7: Addition Operator. Rows are the LHS operand and columns are the RHS operand.

1999

"... In PAGE 36: ... These de nitions need to be created for each of C apos;s operators. Table7 shows the de nition of the addition operator.... In PAGE 43: ... Again, this needs to have some context to work with, so as CV (x) it is used as Set:Eval(exp). As an example, Set:Eval(a + b) will return the result of this computation: Set:CV (a) + Set:CV (b) where the + operator is de ned to handle lattice values as Table7 shows. Note that the returned lattice value may be \anonymous quot; in the sense that an expression like 1+2 has no variable associated with it.... ..."

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### Table 4. Examples of Linguistic Structures and their Logical Representation

"... In PAGE 8: ...representation. Table4 shows examples of linguistic structures and their representation in FOL. The meaning of each predicate depends of the sentence from what it is derived.... In PAGE 13: ...Table4 , for example, the ST representation would be as shown in Table 6, as we have just seen. This ST representation is the mathematical representation of the example of simple inheritance modelling shown in Table 2, which is the modelling pattern initially proposed in section 2 for the linguistic structure concerned, thus justifying the validity of that modelling pattern.... ..."

### Table 1 Framework for Scenario Modeling

"... In PAGE 24: ... We use the terms not in their absolu te sense but in their relative relationship. Table1 presents a scheme for planning a series of simulations, where three separate scenarios of exogenous ... In PAGE 25: ...Table1... ..."

### Table 1: The comparison, as a function of r=a, between the two-quark potentials aVa;b(2; r) of Eqs. 3 and 4 (rows 2 and 5) and those given by Wilson loops in Refs. [8] and [7] (rows 1 and 4). Row 3 shows the modi ed lattice values when an additive constant is removed from row 1 by matching to aVa(2; r) at r=a = 5. Row 6 is the same as row 5 but with the additive constant in Eq. 4 removed. Row 7 is the same as row 4 but with the additive constant removed. In row 4, the r=a = 21=2 entry is taken from row 1 { since this was not calculated in [7].

"... In PAGE 3: ... Upto an additive constant (V0), the outcome was a potential (in fm?1) of the form Va(2; r) = ? 12r + bsr; (3) where r is in fermis and the string energy bs is (425 MeV)2 for the appropriate lattice spacing of a = 0:18 fm. In Table1 , values are given for the basic lattice potentials of Ref. [8] (row 1) and for the t in Eq.... In PAGE 4: ...levels (2,13). The basic data are in row 4 of Table1 . In row 5, a t with a 2/dof=1.... ..."

### Table 2. Fuzzy preference modeling and linguistic terms

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### Table 1. An Architectural Framework

"... In PAGE 3: ... Also note the similarities with the ARIS framework (IDS Scheer, 2001). The complete framework is depicted in Table1 . For each combination of a certain perspective and a type of description, examples of common representations or types of models are given.... In PAGE 5: ... They are assumed to directly follow up the main step they refer to. At the right-hand side of the figure, the architectural framework as introduced in Table1 is depicted several times. For each main step, the shaded boxes in the respective framework representation indicate which aspects and architectural levels are covered by the deliverables of the particular development step.... In PAGE 9: ... These points are ordered in such a way that early termination of the process at the lowest possible cost is most likely. Typically a PBD process specification is situated in the architectural model in Table1 on both the business and the logical level. It is present in the business level since it is easy to interpret from it the flow of the business process at a high level.... ..."

### Table 2. Model 1 in Terms of Our Framework

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### Table 5. Model 4 In Terms of Our Framework

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### Table 2 Logical #ow of the labor market framework

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... As will clari quot;ed below, the work suppliers and employers depend on this communication ability to seek out and secure worksite partners on an ongoing adaptive basis. As outlined in Table2 , activities in the labor market framework are divided into a sequence of generations. Each work supplier and employer in the initial generation is assigned a randomly generated rule governing his worksite behav- ior and initial expected utility assessments regarding his potential worksite partners.... ..."

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