### Table 2: Semantics of n-ary Conjunctive Queries

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... Query semantics. Let D be the data graph the query Q is evaluated over and q the number of variables occurring in Q, then Table2 gives the precise semantics of n-ary conjunctive queries over graphs as used in this article. The semantics is defined based on sets of valuations for query variables.... ..."

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### Table 1: Comparison of C1 with m-ary Fibonacci codes

1996

"... In PAGE 17: ... For other distributions, the transition points, if they exist at all, would be higher. By similar arguments as for C1, one gets for the m-ary Fibonacci codes SF = 1 L(m) p1?2 + 3(m ? 1) + n X i=2 pi?2 + 3(m ? 1) + 2 + li(m) ? (m + 1) = 1 L(m) ?2 + 3(m ? 1) p1 + 2m(1 ? p1) + (L(m) ? mp1) = 1 + 2m ? p1 L(m) : The second line of Table1 depicts the SF of the standard code C1 for a uniform distribution on a language of size N(m), whereas the last line gives the SF of the m-ary Fibonacci code for the same distributions. Table 1: Comparison of C1 with m-ary Fibonacci codes... ..."

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### Table 5: ARIS performance on knowledge bases created by ARIS using completeness and consistency criteria on ten selected domains and averaged on ten trials per domain

"... In PAGE 24: ... The training and testing data sets each comprises 40% of the available data, while the remaining 20% is assigned to the refinement data set. Table5 presents the results of the performance of ARIS before and after refinement, where the rules are generated using consistency and completeness criteria. Table 6 demonstrates the performance of ARIS on knowledge bases created by C4.... ..."

### Table 3: Transformations from N-ary to Binary Branching Structures

1996

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### Table 1: Examples of mismatching and spectral efficiency for M- ary Walsh modulation

"... In PAGE 4: ... (11), and with (9) and (8) in a higher data rate. In order to make these relationships more plain, Table1 shows the amount of mismatching Es=N0 in dB and the normal- ized spectral efficiency = ideal, where ideal denotes the spectral efficiency for a guard time equal zero. These and all the further results of this paper are based on a binary modulation design with Tg=T = 0:2.... In PAGE 4: ... These and all the further results of this paper are based on a binary modulation design with Tg=T = 0:2. Table1 clearly Table 1: Examples of mismatching and spectral efficiency for M- ary Walsh modulation... ..."

### TABLE II CHARACTERISTICS OF k-ARY n-CUBES

2001

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### TABLE I K-ARY TREES ANALYTICAL RESULTS (AVERAGE).

in A Comparison of Application-Level and Router-Assisted Hierarchical Schemes for Reliable Multicast

2001

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### Table 2: N-ary Solutions for Example 1

1997

"... In PAGE 19: ... In this example, the Wilson and NRTL equations are used to model the liquid phase activity coe cients. As can be seen in Table2 , the Wilson equation predicted all four azeotropes. The Acetone-Methanol and Methyl Acetate-Methanol binary azeotrope predictions are close to the experimental results.... In PAGE 20: ... The computational requirements for calculating the binary azeotropes were under one cpu second for both activity coe cient models. In Table2 , the column NLP Subs. refers to the number of nonlinear subproblems that were solved in order to converge to the global solution.... ..."

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### Table 3: k-ary Solutions for Example 1

1997

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### Table 2: Chord(d) vs. k-ary Chord

2002

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