### Table 3: Convergence towards the competitive equilibrium...? complete contracts incomplete contracts

### Table 2: Mapping of Boolean Algebra onto Relational Algebra

1993

"... In PAGE 19: ... quot; The empty set ; serves as the element \0 quot; in the relational algebra, but \1 quot; depends on the particular schema. Table2 shows the translation for each property of the Boolean algebra into the corresponding property of the relational algebra. The symbol \1 quot; denotes the natural join, and R denotes the completion of R, the cartesian product of all of R apos;s attribute domains.... ..."

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### Table 2 Numbers of Telic and Agentive completions by verb-object cluster. Relative frequencies over the total number of observations per cluster (including Other completions) are given in brackets.

"... In PAGE 10: ...e used k = 3, i.e., the clustering procedure was instructed to identify three ho- mogeneous clusters among Metonymic Verb Object Noun =12 18 = 216 factor combinations. The resulting clusters had the following characteristics (see Table2 ): Cluster A (80 members) showed a significant bias towards Telic comple- tions (2-tailed binomial p lt;:001), Cluster B (102 members) showed no reliable bias (p = :139), and in Cluster C (34 members), there was a bias towards Agentive completions (p lt;:001). The members of the three clusters are listed in Appendix B, Table B.... ..."

### Table 1. The similarity (W) of the quantum-deformed spectrum to those of the classical dynamical symmetries (W = 1: no improvement at all, W = 0: reaching the other Lie-algebraic limit). The results for the energies and E2-transitions are indicated separately. The deformations should be read from left to right, e.g. rot-p(r)-vib means: starting from rotation, going towards vibration via phase (real) deformation.

2006

"... In PAGE 5: ...etails, not by e.g. the total energy range of the ground-state band.) Table1 shows the results of our calculations for the four cases of the well-established... ..."

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### Table 1. Progress toward a correct and complete explanation as a function of the quality of the system feedback received

2004

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### Table 1: Informal relationships to Notions in Process Algebra

1998

"... In PAGE 30: ... This enables us to handle open expressions, but the proof technique fails to be complete (for example, it cannot prove that any pair of weak head normal forms are equivalent). We summarise some informal correspondences between the notions in process calculus and the relations defined in this article in Table1 . Our attempts to complete this picture find a more exact correspondence between the proof techniques relating to bisimulation up to improvement and contexthave so far been unsuccessful.... ..."

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### Table 1: Informal relationships to Notions in Process Algebra

"... In PAGE 30: ... This enables us to handle open expressions, but the proof technique fails to be complete (for example, it cannot prove that any pair of weak head normal forms are equivalent). We summarise some informal correspondences between the notions in process calculus and the relations defined in this article in Table1 . Our attempts to complete this picture find a more exact correspondence between the proof techniques relating to bisimulation up to improvement and contexthave so far been unsuccessful.... ..."

### Table 8. Evaluation of the proposed complete temporal relational algebra based on the criteria of McKenzie and Snodgrass (1991b)

1996

"... In PAGE 12: ...6 It is also compared to five other existing algebras: (1) the time relational model by Ben-Zvi (1982), (2) the homogeneous model by Gadia (1988), (3) the temporal relational model by Navathe and Ahmed (1989), (4) the historical relational algebra by Sarda (1990) and (5) the historical relational al- gebra by McKenzie and Snodgrass (1991a). This evaluation and comparison is summarized in Table8 . From this table, it can be seen that the proposed algebra satisfies the maximum number of criteria.... ..."

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### Table 1: Laws of Algebra of Paraconsistent Relations

1995

"... In PAGE 9: ... The second part of the result can be shown similarly. 2 Table1 gives some more algebraic laws involving the set-theoretic operators. The symbols and 0 in the table denote the empty and universal total relations, respectively, i.... ..."

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