### Table 5: Operational semantics for the basic operators (a 2 A [ f g) The re exive transitive closure of

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### Table 1: Symbols used in this paper. A a distributed array

"... In PAGE 4: ... In the two-dimensional view we adopt, the first dimension denotes the course number (starting from zero), and the second dimension denotes the offset from the beginning of the course. An array assignment statement (in HPF) is of the form: A(`: h: s) = (1) where s is the access stride, and ` and h are the lower and upper bounds, respectively ( Table1 summarizes the notation). Given an array statement with HPF-style data mappings1, it is our aim to generate the address sequence for different processors.... ..."

### Table 1: Symbols used in this paper. A a distributed array

"... In PAGE 4: ... In the two-dimensional view we adopt, the first dimension denotes the course number (starting from zero), and the second dimension denotes the offset from the beginning of the course. An array assignment statement (in HPF) is of the form: A(`: h: s) = (1) where s is the access stride, and ` and h are the lower and upper bounds, respectively ( Table1 summarizes the notation). Given an array statement with HPF-style data mappings1, it is our aim to generate the address sequence for different processors.... ..."

### Table 3 Comparison of the fulfillment of selected conditions in the NF- and the F-approach

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### Table 7. Query-Kind Filter Table for Template Focus Query Mi Di Fi Cl Fu CT FT Va En Er Ty Ma

### Table 3. The number of isomorphism classes of Bass, Gorenstein and arbitrary orders in H p and M2 = M2(K), when p = (2).

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### Table XVIII. Automation Support for 75 WIMP UE Methodsa Method Class Automation Type

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### Table 1 Typical numbers with high frequencies of occurrence

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