### Table 4. The constraint relation

"... In PAGE 3: ... Possible priority number combinations Case 1 2 3 4 5 6 C.pnum 1 2 2 3 3 3 D4 1 1 2 1 2 3 From the constraints in AB except e(i,j), we can get the tem- poral relation between C7CX and C7CY by using the definitions of constraints repeatedly in the order of cycle, and Table4 shows the formula we used. Note that we should consider the direction of constraint (edge of directed TCG) to find the correct relation.... ..."

### Table 1 Clustering at the first level

2000

"... In PAGE 11: ... The optimal cluster number is achieved automatically using the introduced method. The clustering results at the first level are shown in Table1 , based upon the calculation of cluster concentration levels, level decrease measures, and relative decrease measures considering different cluster numbers using Eqs. (8) and (9).... In PAGE 11: ... (8) and (9). From Table1 , the optimal cluster number with the minimum value of relative decrease measure is iden- tified as 3. So, the delivery tasks are classified into three clusters at the first level, namely C1, C2, and C3.... ..."

### Table 3.5: Indonesia production function, average productivity of irrigated land, 1971-98 Model C Model D

"... In PAGE 30: ... The public goods grew constantly. The strong trend in the variables is reflected in the correlation between the variables as can be seen in the correlation matrix in Table3 -A. Because of this correlation, the number of linear combination of the variables (principal components) needed to exhaust the information embedded in the regressors is rather sma ll.... In PAGE 31: ... There are two possible explanations for this relatively weak effect of the price variables: First, the price does not matter at all. This is not supported by the data because, as shown in Table3 A, the correlation between output and the wholesale price measure is 0.73.... In PAGE 31: ...73. Second, Table3 A shows that the inputs are also correlated with the price. It is therefore likely that much of the contribution of prices is channeled through the inputs, and it is the net direct effect of the price that is weak.... In PAGE 31: ... The reduction in the land elasticities is compensated by the increase in the labor elasticity. The correlation coefficient of labor with irrigated land and with capital is high ( Table3 A), and this may cause the variability in the estimates. Another striking difference from the results for the other two countries is the low capital elasticity.... In PAGE 66: ...84 1.00 Table3 -A: Correlation matrix for Indonesia variables, 1971-98 Output Irrigated land Rain-fed land Fertilizer Capital Labor Wholesale price ratio Price spread No education Roads Infant mortality Output 1.000 Irrigated land 0.... ..."

### Table 3: Relational anthropometric constraints.

in doi:10.1155/2007/29081 Research Article Robust Feature Detection for Facial Expression Recognition

"... In PAGE 4: ... In the following, we use the notation Mx k to denote the binary mask k of facial feature x,wherex is e for eyes, m for mouth, n for nose, and b for eyebrows, and Lx de- notes the respective luminance masks. Additionally, feature size and position validation depends on several relaxed an- thropometric constraints; these include tm asf, te c, tb 1, tb 2, tm b1, tm c2, tm b2, tn 2, tn 3, tn 4 defined in Table3 , while other thresholds de- fined in text are summarized in Table 4. 4.... ..."

### Table 4 Relational anthropometric constraints

2006

"... In PAGE 14: ... Several classifiers and classification strategies well described in the machine learning literature are used to classify prosodic and lexical. For this study, four classes at the coarse level have been considered: Anger, Fear, Relief and Sadness (see Table4 ). We only selected utterances of callers and non-mixed emotions for this first experiment.... ..."

### Table 15: Time related Constraints: Consecutiveness Constraints (1)

2004

"... In PAGE 41: ... We have collected a large number of such constraints and grouped them in Tables 15 to 17. The first 3 constraints ( Table15 ) restrict the number of consecutive working days. Some flexibly allow the definition of a range between minimum and maximum but Aickelin and Dowsland [5] set a fixed number.... In PAGE 41: ... Again, the right column of the table groups the least flexible approaches, in which the values are set by the developers. We also identified constraints on consecutive free days (bottom of Table15 and top of Table 16). Models in which the users can freely set these constraints are rare (middle column).... ..."

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### Table 15. Time related constraints: Consecutiveness constraints (1)

"... In PAGE 52: ... We have collected a large number of such constraints and grouped them in Tables 15 to 17. The first 3 constraints ( Table15 ) restrict the number of consecutive working days. Some flexibly allow the definition of a range between a minimum and maximum but Aickelin and Dowsland (2000) set a fixed number.... In PAGE 53: ... (2001a, 2001b, 2003) and Burke, De Causmaecker, and Vanden Berghe (1999) and De Causmaecker and Vanden Berghe (2003) Okada (1992), Okada and Okada (1988): maximise the number of different personnel members for weekend and night work Janetal. (2000): nurses have the right to select preferred partners We also identified constraints on consecutive free days (bottom of Table15 and top of Table 16). Models in which the users can freely set these constraints are rare (middle column).... ..."

### Table 16: Time related Constraints: Consecutiveness Constraints (2)

2004

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### Table 17: Time related Constraints: Consecutiveness Constraints (3)

2004

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