### Table 10. The 14; 7 quasi-symmetric design. The nal column indicates by T the matrices that were transposed.

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### Table 12. The 14; 7 quasi-symmetric design. The nal column indicates by T the matrices that were transposed.

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### Table 10. The 14, 7 quasi-symmetric design. The final column indicates by T the matrices that were transposed.

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### Table 10. The 14, 7 quasi-symmetric design. The final column indicates by T the matrices that were transposed.

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### Table 12. The 14, 7 quasi-symmetric design. The final column indicates by T the matrices that were transposed.

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### TABLE II THE 14;7 QUASI-SYMMETRIC DESIGN. THE FINAL COLUMN INDICATES BY T THE MATRICES THAT WERE TRANSPOSED.

### Table 7: Uniform difference parameters for Ireland and the UK Ireland UK

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### TABLE 3 - Material properties

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### Table 4. Commuter Unsafe Acts Fine-Grained Analysis by Non-Fatal vs. Fatal.

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### Table 1: Examples of Collection and Primitive Monoids sorted[f] is parameterized by the function f whose range is associated with a partial order . The merge function of this monoid merges two sorted lists into a sorted list. If x appears before y in a sorted[f] list, then f(x) f(y). A monoid comprehension over the monoid M takes the form Mfe | r g. Expression e is called the head of the comprehension. Each term ri in the term sequence r = r1; : : :; rn; n 0, is called a quali er, and is either a generator of the form v e0, where v is a variable and e0 is an expression, or a lter p, where p is a predicate. For example, the join of two sets x and y, join(f; p)(x; y), is setf f(a; b) | a x; b y; p(a; b) g. A monoid comprehension is de ned by the following reduction rules: (A formal de nition based on monoid homomorphisms is presented elsewhere [9].) Mfe | g ! unitM(e) (1)

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"... In PAGE 3: ... Collection monoids capture bulk data types, while primitive monoids capture primitive types, such as integers and booleans. Table1 presents some examples of collection and primitive monoids. The C/I column indicates whether the monoid is commutative or idempotent monoid.... ..."

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