### Table 2.2 THE USE OF ROMANCE LANGUAGES IS GROWING RAPIDLY IN CYBERSPACE

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### Table 11.1 Cyberspace Incidents Used in Scenario

### Table 1.1. Functional levels of the cyberspace infrastructure.

### Tables 2.1 Geographic concentration................................................................................................. 16 2.2 The use of romance languages is growing rapidly in cyberspace..................................... 35

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### Table 2: BIG BUCKETS MODELS

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"... In PAGE 25: ... For bc ? prod, we call one round of the specialised inequalities, and then one round as for bc ? opt. Computation on Single Level BB Instances Results for the BB instances are presented in Table2 . For each of the Tables 2 - 5, the column headings are as follows: instance identi es the instance, code identi es the system used in order to solve the problem, LP is the initial LP value before adding cuts at the root node of the Branch- and-Bound algorithm; XLP is the LP value after adding cuts at the root node of the Branch-and-Bound algorithm, IP is the value of the best feasible solution found within a time limit of 2 hours for all except the tr and ches problems (if there is no proof of optimality for this solution, this is indicated with a *), Secs if the CPU time in seconds (if there is no proof of optimality for this solution, this is indicated with a *), #cuts add is the total number of cuts added at the top node in the matrix, #cuts del is the total number of cuts deleted at the top node from the matrix, Gap is the nal duality gap based on the value of the best feasible solution IP and the best dual bound (DB) available.... In PAGE 25: ... For a minimization problem, gap=IP?DB IP 100%. We now brie y discuss the results in Table2 . The rst four instances are easily solved.... ..."

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### Table 9: Structure of big problem

"... In PAGE 24: ... The data set comprised 26 756 measurement records with 6 traits. Table9 gives the number of levels for each e ect leading to 233 796 normal equations. The columns headed by \trait quot; represent the model matrix (cf.... ..."