### Table 2: Well-known in ations for Robinson triangles

"... In PAGE 33: ...f. [1]) and the chiral tilings ( Schiral cf. [3]). Table2 shows the di erent in ation rules to the in ation factor . Notice that for the scaled p? species Sscaled in ation with a linear factor p is no longer possible, because the tiles change their shape when is applied.... In PAGE 35: ...Table 3: In ation rules for the Robinson triangles Are there others than the four species mentioned in Table2 , which deserve special interest? 6. The properties (A), (B), (C), (D) of the Appendix are p o s s i b l y su cient but probably not necessary for Theorem 2 to hold.... ..."

### Table 10: Algorithm 2 (Calculation of Robinson and Foulds topologic distance)

"... In PAGE 10: ...f X are labeled as 1,..., n, according to an arbitrary fixed order. Algorithm 2 ( Table10 ) is given in the form corresponding to Option 2 (no interior vertex of any tree T of UX has degree 2 and X = L(T)), whereas Option 1 can be treated in a similar way by introducing slight modifications in the second part of the algorithm. We start with an outline of Algorithm 2, which includes three basic parts.... In PAGE 16: ... Table10 (Continued) 2.5.... In PAGE 17: ... The statement PLACE(i) corresponds to the i-th element of the list. To update the array PLACE in optimal time we also need an auxiliary array, denoted MaxCol in Table10 , which contains maximum column values of each edge of a tree under consideration. For example, in Table 4 associated with the tree T3 we have: MaxCol (2) = MaxCol (3) = g gt; c = MaxCol(1).... ..."

### Table A1: Model with adjustments for spatial autocorrelation Cliff-Orcutt type of correction (t values in parentheses)

### Table 2: Correlation of LM evaluation measures with word error rates (Clarkson and Robinson, 2001)

"... In PAGE 4: ... Clarkson and Robinson (2001) estimated the correlation between LM evaluation measures and word error rate in a speech recognition system. The related part of their results to our study are shown in Table2 , where r is the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, rs is the Spearman rank-order correlation coefficient, and T is the Kendall rank-order correlation coefficient. Table 2: Correlation of LM evaluation measures with word error rates (Clarkson and Robinson, 2001) ... In PAGE 4: ... Table2 indicates that the mean log rank (i.e.... ..."

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### Table 2: Correlation of LM evaluation measures with word error rates (Clarkson and Robinson, 2001)

"... In PAGE 4: ... Clarkson and Robinson (2001) estimated the correlation between LM evaluation measures and word error rate in a speech recognition system. The related part of their results to our study are shown in Table2 , where r is the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, rs is the Spearman rank-order correlation coefficient, and T is the Kendall rank-order correlation coefficient. Table 2: Correlation of LM evaluation measures with word error rates (Clarkson and Robinson, 2001) ... In PAGE 4: ... Table2 indicates that the mean log rank (i.e.... ..."

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### Table 2 Cumulative recession distances xi,j (in m) at four different durations since 1907 and at eight cliff sections

"... In PAGE 6: ...ight positions i =1,..., 8 and four durations j =1,2, 3, 4 ( Table2 ), a fairly typical quantity of data for a coastal cliff site. Note that for each time interval, there were some sections that showed no recession at all, indicating that there had been no landslide episodes in that time interval.... In PAGE 7: ...iques. Note from Fig. 4 that the likelihood surface has local maxima, which could prove to be problem- atic for numerical optimisation routines. The maximum likelihood parameter estimates for the data set in Table2 are listed in Table 3. The parameters of the gamma distribution correspond to a mean time between landslides of 51 years and a standard deviation of 4 years.... In PAGE 11: ...cliff falls at the site, and the frequency and severity of storms required to initiate cliff falls. Moreover, the historic data set ( Table2 ) contains no information on the size and frequency of individual cliff falls or on the associated storm conditions, but some informa- tion on individual cliff falls and storm loading will often be available from more intensive recent mon- itoring. The Bayesian approach therefore enables the sparse long-term records of cliff recession to be combined with the higher resolution short-term meas- urements of individual falls.... In PAGE 14: ... The data set reveals cycles of erosion with a periodicity of 6 or 7 years, though a much longer- period cycle is also postulated. The short-term perio- dicity would not be identified in the coarse, but also more typical, sample data shown in Table2 and analysed in this paper. A detailed data set of the type available on the Holderness coast lends itself to analysis as a two-dimensional (longshore distan- ce C2 time) random field (Vanmarcke, 1983).... ..."

### Table 1: A sample table of biology entities and relations for foraging genes (from [Robinson 04])

"... In PAGE 3: ... We propose to build automatic indexes to approximate the manual indexes generated by these biologists. As an example of the questions commonly posed by biologists, look at Table1 . This table is from a forthcom- ing review in Nature Review Genetics by coPI Robinson and associates [46].... In PAGE 4: ... The obstacle is one of scale. Individual scientists can only generate lists containing 20 relations, as illustrated in Table1 . Database curators can only generate lists containing 20K relations.... ..."

### Table 1: A sample table of biology entities and relations for foraging genes (from [Robinson 04])

"... In PAGE 3: ... We propose to build automatic indexes to approximate the manual indexes generated by these biologists. As an example of the questions commonly posed by biologists, look at Table1 . This table is from a forthcom- ing review in Nature Review Genetics by coPI Robinson and associates [17].... In PAGE 4: ... The obstacle is one of scale. Individual scientists can only generate lists containing 20 relations, as illustrated in Table1 . Database curators can only generate lists containing 20K relations.... ..."

### Table 1 Some numerical data on small Robinson graphs. The values for diam n are taken from [34].

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