### TABLE III List of close binary systems (Nagase 1989; van der Klis 1989; Bhattacharya amp; van den Heuvel 1991). Object

### Table 6: Problem Statistics for the Frequency Assignment Comparison name n m p dens% S dens% L

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"... In PAGE 19: ...see Section 2.4) that were obtained from A. Eisenblatter, one of which, fap09, was used in the Seventh DIMACS Implementation Challenge. The statistics for the problems are given in Table6 , and we point out that n is the number of edges in the underlying graph and that the sum of m and p is the number of edges. In addition, the density of S corresponds to the density of the edges in the graph.... ..."

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### Table 4. Garland and Anthony Viewpoint Catalog

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### Table 3 Variation in optical bone density of two sites in mandible (Den A and Den B) by race and gender

"... In PAGE 3: ... For this reason, no further comparison on density B was performed. Separate t-tests ( Table3 ) found that there was a significant diC128erence in density A due to race between males (P=0.0094) and females (P=0.... ..."

### Table 1: Problem Statistics for the Maxcut Comparison name n dens% S dens% L

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"... In PAGE 17: ...3), with the rst twelve coming from the same Gset collection as above, the next thirteen coming from the Second DIMACS Challenge on the Maximum Clique problem [7] (for which the Lov asz theta number represents an upper bound on the size of a maximum clique), and the nal six coming from the Seventh DIMACS Implementation Challenge as mentioned above. The data in Table 3 is similar as in Table1 , though here we point out that n (the size of the matrices in our formulation) equals one plus the number of vertices of the underlying graph, m (the number of additional primal constraints) equals the number of edges, and the density of S roughly represents the density of edges in the graph. Also, p = 0 for this formulation.... ..."

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### Table 3: Problem Statistics for the Theta Comparison name n m dens% S dens% L

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"... In PAGE 17: ...3), with the rst twelve coming from the same Gset collection as above, the next thirteen coming from the Second DIMACS Challenge on the Maximum Clique problem [7] (for which the Lov asz theta number represents an upper bound on the size of a maximum clique), and the nal six coming from the Seventh DIMACS Implementation Challenge as mentioned above. The data in Table3 is similar as in Table 1, though here we point out that n (the size of the matrices in our formulation) equals one plus the number of vertices of the underlying graph, m (the number of additional primal constraints) equals the number of edges, and the density of S roughly represents the density of edges in the graph. Also, p = 0 for this formulation.... ..."

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### Table 1 shows the relevance of our work in declarative and procedural semantics with the work done by others. The xpoint semantics based on the operator TI P extends the theory based on the operator TP of van Em- den and Kowalski (1976) for Horn programs. The model-state semantics extends the least model semantics of Horn programs. It also characterizes the minimal model semantics developed by Minker (1982) for disjunctive databases. SLO-resolution is an extension of SLD-resolution of Horn pro- grams. Theorem 2.12. reduces to Theorem 2.11. when dealing with Horn programs.

"... In PAGE 13: ...Positive Consequences Semantics Horn Disjunctive Theory Reference Theory Reference Fixpoint TP quot; ! (1) TI P quot; ! (2) Semantics Model Least Model (1) Minimal Model (3) Theory Model-State (4) Procedure SLD (5) SLO (4) (1) van Emden amp; Kowalski (1976) (4) Lobo, Minker amp; Rajasekar (1989) (2) Minker and Rajasekar (1990) (5) Hill (1974) (3) Minker (1982) Table1 : Positive Consequence Semantics for Logic Programs comparing the two de nitions. The two resolutions, SLO and SLD, are sim- ilar in their structure too.... ..."

### Table 2: Standard errors of estimated component means obtained from tting a normal mixture model to the Haemophilia data of Habbema, Hermans and van den Broek (1974).

### Table 3 shows the correlations between the theoretical

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