### Table 2: Online PP GIS applications

"... In PAGE 5: ... 3.1 Selected PP GIS applications Table2 shows twelve selected currently available online PP GIS applications which we have found on the Internet. The first seven presented in the table were developed in US, the ... ..."

### Table 1. Graphs from real applications.

"... In PAGE 6: ...ased symbolic graph algorithms as proposed, e. g., by [6] or [17], can be more efficient than traditional graph algorithms. 4 Graphs from real applications The graphs which we have considered in our investigations are listed in Table1 . The second and third columns give the number of vertices and the number of edges of the graphs, respectively.... In PAGE 6: ... The second and third columns give the number of vertices and the number of edges of the graphs, respectively. Note that all of the graphs listed in Table1 are sparse, i. e.... In PAGE 6: ...he vertices, e. g., that presented in [5]. 4Because all the graphs of Table1 are undirected ones, every undirected edge was substituted by two directed edges during the construction of their OBDDs. Therefore, the numbers of edges of the graphs in this figure are the doubles of that in Table 1.... ..."

### Table 5. Quantification of the Web GIS applications regarding norm violation

"... In PAGE 7: ... PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE INSPECTION 4.1 Analysis Overview Table5 shows the violation of ISO standard, considering all the norms together and parts 10, 12, 13 and 14 separately. Table 5.... In PAGE 7: ...Analyzing Table5 , we observe that Agritempo is the one with overall lowest conformance to the four norms considered. FUNCEME had a higher violation rate of ISO 9241-14, for Menu Dialogues.... ..."

### Table 2. Application-related graphs: Register Allocation Graphs, sparse matrix graphs, exam scheduling graphs, latin square graph, and course scheduling graphs.

1993

"... In PAGE 14: ....2.1. Course Scheduling Graphs. (See Table2 .) For both course scheduling graphs, an optimal 14-coloring was found by Hybrid.... In PAGE 15: ....2.3. Register Allocation Graphs. (See Table2 .) The Saturation and RLF algorithms performed just as well as Hybrid on these graphs, and all algorithms halted quickly.... In PAGE 16: ....2.6. Latin Square Graph. (See Table2 .) All the algorithms performed poorly on this application.... ..."

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### Table 1: Behavior signatures of GIS specific types.

"... In PAGE 6: ... For our purposes we use only this general type, but in more practical applications this type would be further specialized into subtypes rep- resenting polygons, polygons with holes, rectangles, squares, splines, and so on. Table1 lists the sig- natures of the behaviors defined on the GIS specific types. The specification T colla34 Ta35 where T is a type is used to denote a collection type whose mem-... ..."

### Table 1: Behavior signatures of GIS specific types.

"... In PAGE 6: ... For our purposes we use only this general type, but in more practical applications this type would be further specialized into subtypes rep- resenting polygons, polygons with holes, rectangles, squares, splines, and so on. Table1 lists the sig- natures of the behaviors defined on the GIS specific types. The specification T collhTi where T is a type is used to denote a collection type whose mem-... ..."

### Table 1 - Collaborative GIS interface widgets

"... In PAGE 4: ...articipant results. These can be viewed in the Spatial Views window (Figure 2). Facilities for reporting non-spatial information using tables and graphs are also being planned. The current features of the interface shown in figure 2 are described in Table1 . A demo of CoSpaME is available for download at... ..."

### Table 2. GIS and Mortgage Finance Business Functions

"... In PAGE 9: ...13 Table2 . GIS and Mortgage Finance Business Functions (Continued) Function Who? GIS Application Marketing (Continued) x Target and direct marketing x Mortgage lenders, originators, and secondary market x Real estate brokers x Area, customer, and business- based market segmentation using MCIF x Automated direct mail marketing x GIS-based multiple listing services with spatial display and analysis x Delivery network planning x Mortgage lenders, originators, real estate agents, and property insurers x Location-allocation modeling x Identification of branch trade area overlaps x Market strategy x Mortgage lenders, originators, insurers, and secondary market x Market analysis applications x Delivery network planning for mergers and acquisitions x Automated local market potential and share projections x Analysis of spatial variations in the price elasticity of demand for mortgage products x Simulation-based marketing spatial decision support systems Regulatory Compliance x Community Reinvestment Act x Depository institutions x Spatial display and analysis of lending, service, and investment patterns relative to low- and moderate-income neighborhoods x Capital reserve requirements x Financial institutions with whole mortgage loans in portfolio x Automated appraisal systems for marking mortgage loans to market value x Underserved area goals x Government-sponsored enterprises x Automated system to track and project loan purchases by areas defined as underserved by regulations Research and Development x Housing market research x Mortgage market research x Capital market research x Application development x Large mortgage lenders, insurers, originators, and secondary market purchasers x Full GIS spatial analysis capabilities x Full GIS spatial analysis capabilities x Full GIS spatial analysis capabilities x Full GIS spatial analysis capabilities... ..."

### Table 8. Applicant Size (GIS Employment) by Project Cancellation (Scenario plus Outcome)*

"... In PAGE 6: ... Clearly, then, failure to obtain external grants does not necessarily kill projects, although it does seem to slow them down and/or encourage diluted versions. Keeping this context in mind, Table8 compares the two groups in terms of scenarios (winners) and outcomes (losers). Among winners, the mean GIS employment size of the 19 ap- plicants that would have canceled their projects is collated against the mean GIS employment size of the 42 applicants that would have proceeded regardless.... ..."

### Table 1: Various graphs used in evaluating the multilevel graph partitioning and sparse matrix ordering algorithm.

1998

"... In PAGE 11: ... 3 Experimental Results We evaluated the performance of the multilevel graph partitioning algorithm on a wide range of graphs arising in different application domains. The characteristics of these graphs are described in Table1 . These graphs are classified into six groups.... ..."

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