### TABLE 5: Off-Diagonal van der Waals Parameters for Clay-Organic and Clay-Water Interactionsa

### Table 1 - Adapted from C.J. Van Rijsbergen, Information Retrieval, p.2.

"... In PAGE 14: ...14 results which contain errors, no matter how small: a mistake in either the query or the data being searched will result in the object not being returned. Whilst Table1 (above) shows that exact match is used in data retrieval whilst best match is used in information retrieval, in reality the two techniques are often combined. Some studies have shown that expert users of IR systems prefer exact match to best match, 380 385 390 395 400 405 20 and that exact match can provide greater user control over what is retrieved, especially when searching very large sets.... ..."

### Table I: ISF research fronts in which works w Rubbia and van der Meer c-xur as core documents.

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### TABLES TABLE I. The van der Waals coe cient C2 ab and the van der Waals planes Za and Zb (Ry atomic units) for interacting jellium surfaces. rs = 2 rs = 3 rs = 4

### Table 3: The pre-conditioned conjugate algorithm as implemented in PSAS (Golub and van Loan, 1989)

"... In PAGE 6: ... This is mainly because of the ltering properties of the operator PfHT in (4) which attenuates the small scale details in the linear system variable y. 3 Overview of the Conjugate Gradient Algorithm This section describes the pre-conditioned conjugate gradient algorithm from a numerical point of view; the algorithm adopted is given in Table3 . The choice of pre-conditioner in PSAS is discussed in the next section, followed by a discussion of the current Fortran 90 implementation.... In PAGE 9: ... Usually the pre-conditioner is obtained by solving a simpli ed version of the problem. The pre- conditioned conjugate gradient algoritm implemented in PSAS is given in Table3 . The pre-conditioner amounts to solve an extra linear system A2zk = rk every iteration.... In PAGE 11: ...e., the step qk = Cpk in the algorithm shown in Table3 ; this complex aspect of the PSAS algorithm will be documented in a separate O ce Note. A block diagram of the getAIall( ) solve4x( ) getAinc( ) solve4x0( ) cg_main( ) cg_level2( ) cg_level1( ) Univariate Pre-conditioner Driver Pre-conditioner Regional Conjugate Gradient PSAS Fortran 90 Driver getAIall0( ) Figure 2: Block diagram of the higher level PSAS modules.... In PAGE 13: ... 5.3 The main conjugate gradient driver: cg main() This routine does a straightforward implementation of the pre-conditioned conjugate gradi- ent algorithm given in Golub and van Loan (1989) and reproduced in Table3 ; even variable names have been chosen to closely follow the book notation (with the exception perhaps, of the matrix name which we use C instead of A). The Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS), which are often hand-coded in assembler and provided by several vendors, are used to perfom the basic linear algebra operations such as dot products, norms, vector additions, etc.... ..."

### Table 3. Formula n k;l for nding Van der Waerden numbers. Equivalence classes are named C1; C2; :::; Ck for convenience.

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"... In PAGE 4: ... Known bounds on van der Waerden numbers. The number W(k; l) can be found by determining whether solutions exist for certain formulas of a class of CNF formulas described in Table3 . We refer to a formula of this class, with parameters n; k; l, by n k;l.... In PAGE 5: ... 3 Formulation for W (2; 6) and the tunnels 3.1 Formulation Since we consider a case where k = 2, we reinterpret variables to remove some of the constraints shown in Table3 . The formulas we consider are described in Table 5.... ..."

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### Table 8. Mean annual suspensoid concentrations in the western (W) and central regions (C) of the Eastern Scheldt estuary, for the years 1981-1984, and 1987 (from Smaal and van Stralen, 1990).

### Table 3. Van der Waals interaction parameters Van der Waals

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### Table 1: Candidate giant stars for observation with MONS. Column 1 : HD number, column 2 : other designation, column 3,4 : effective Temperature and 1 error ([K]) (source : van Belle et al., 1999), column 5,6 : radius and 1 error (source : van Belle et al., 1999), column 7: mode frequency ([c=d]), column 8 : mode amplitude ([mmag])

### Table 9. Correlation coefficients of mussel condition with primary production and Chl a concentration, at stations in the two regions of the Eastern Scheldt estuary (from Smaal and van Stralen, 1990).

"... In PAGE 26: ...5 5.4 PP (g C /m2/y) 234 219 466 334 250 201 372 310 371 333 SPM = Suspended particulate matter POC = Particulate organic carbon PP = Primary productivity Correlation coefficients of mussel condition with primary production and Chl a concentration were determined and are presented in Table9 . There was little correlation between Chl a and mussel condition at any of the sites.... ..."