### Table 2. The Representation of the Interval Information of Orientations and the Ratio Information of Distances Methods Interval Information Ratio Information

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"... In PAGE 10: ... Representation of interval informa- tion. Table2 shows the representation of the interval and ratio information for the five methods. In the VOR method (Figure 6A), the interval relation (the angular dif- ference) between the heading and the north is represented externally in the heading indicator because it is perceptu- ally available.... In PAGE 12: ... This is because the amount of cognitive processing that can take place in working memory is limited by the lim- ited capacity of working memory. If we use the amount of information repre- sented in external representations as a measure of representational efficiency (see Table2 ), we can get a representa- tional efficiency order, from most efficient to least efficient: Modified Map = Map gt; RMI gt; ADF gt; VOR. The more direct is the reading of numerical values, the more efficient is the display, because a more direct reading re- quires less mental computation.... ..."

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### Table 2: Comparison of uniform and adaptive clustering. Due to the input size limitations of the error tool, error information is un- available for St. Matthew and Lucy models.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The average of all these distances is then taken to be the average error. Table2 summarizes the results of our experiments, which were run on a standard Linux PC with an 800 MHz P3 processor, 256 MB of memory, and a SCSI disk. In general, the adaptive algorithm produced better quality ap- proximations.... ..."

### Table 3. Mahalanobis Distances for the GroupSample Data Set Type Cluster1 Cluster2 Cluster3 Cluster4 Cluster5

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### Table 3. Equivalent cardiac source positions calculated through inverse localization using the isofield maps given in figure 3; all localizations are given as (x, y, z) points in maternal coordinates and are expressed in mm. Echocardiographic information on the fetal hearts is also provided. Patient no 1 Patient no 2 Patient no 3

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### Table 2. Variation of Information distance metric showing distance to ground truth for K-Means with varying precision and cosine distance metrics

"... In PAGE 6: ... One hundred cluster seeds were generated for each size. Table2 shows the degree to which each algo- rithm variation changes the output cluster from a common cluster seed. This allows the comparison of current hard- ware and future hardware against software implementations running on an Intel 3.... In PAGE 6: ... They are provided to show a baseline of how much each clustering improved, and to give an idea of scale for interpreting these numbers. Note that in Table2 , for low values of K, such as 4, re-... ..."

### Table 5. Euclidean Distances for the TypeSample Data Set

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### Table 2. Variation of Information distance metric showing distance to ground truth for K-Means with varying precision and cosine distance metrics

"... In PAGE 6: ...Table 2. Variation of Information distance metric showing distance to ground truth for K-Means with varying precision and cosine distance metrics Table2 shows the degree to which each algorithm varia- tion changes the output cluster from a common cluster seed. This allows the comparison of current hardware and future hardware against software implementations running on an Intel 3.... In PAGE 7: ... They are provided to show a baseline of how much each clustering improved, and to give an idea of scale for interpreting these numbers. Note that in Table2 , for low values of K, such as 4, re- sulted in the same set of clusterings as the 8-bit character representation. This occurred despite the slight extra preci- sion in the integer version.... ..."

### Table 14. Number of derived clusters after k-means clustering and the information about verification of the clustering.

"... In PAGE 84: ... This is very good news because even though the strips belonging to these steel grade classes are rarely manufactured, they are almost always successful. At the end of the study, the conditional probabilities were tested with the evaluation subsets ( Table14 ). At this point, the conditional probabilities of the subset with temperature retentions and medium thick strips, which did not include the two strip production class components, could not be verified sufficiently ... In PAGE 85: ...ith the other three subsets (i.e. the subsets including temperature retentions and thin strips, temperature retentions and thick strip, and telescope related codes and thin strips), the conditional probabilities were successfully verified with the evaluation subsets. Table14 summarizes the numbers of clusters in the best clusterings and the states of the verifications for each subset. The next task was to convert the numerical limits of conditional probabilities into the form of more fluent text.... ..."

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### Table 1: Informations extracted from logs of an existing bioinformatic cluster.

in Simultaneous Scheduling of Replication and Computation for Data-Intensive Applications on the Grid

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"... In PAGE 4: ... This is a centralized cluster with limited capacities so only major databanks and algorithms are available. Table1 shows some information extracted from these... ..."

### TABLE V LIMITS OF DISTANCE SENSITIVITY

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