### Table 1. Characterization at the three hierarchical layers

"... In PAGE 61: ... It is possible to omit certain characteristics if they are irrelevant for the particular system under test or if they do not provide any information useful in the performance evaluation study. Table1 summarizes the characterization of the three layers.... In PAGE 69: ...Action Netscape start, quit Windows open, close Conversations http, ftp Methods GET Table1 : Types of Actions at eachLevel web browsers (level 2). The time between starting a browser and quitting it is referred to as the life-time of the browser and is represented at the second level byathick line.... In PAGE 70: ... Thus, we are only considering the 4 inner levels in the hierarchy. Table1 summarizes these four levels and the actions that could occur at each of them. Applying the proposed approachofPACFG for workload modeling in performance evaluation studies has already been demonstrated in previous papers [Ragh 93, SV R 94, Ragh 95, SV R 96].... In PAGE 86: ...246 seconds. The MIME types of the downloaded file were grouped together, forming the five groups stated in Table1 . Each session then was represented by its mixture of downloaded filetypes in percent, yielding 196 5-dimensional vectors.... In PAGE 86: ... CC BD CC BE CC BF CC BG CC BH appl. audio/video image text unknown Table1 . MIME type groups.... In PAGE 98: ... In this work we study the distributed execution of Time Warp logical processes (LPs) under the performance super- vision of the PPMM environment (Figure 3). State and performance characteristics of a Time Warp LP are sampled at runtime via the sensors listed in Table1 . Time Warp is knownrequire a sufficient amount ofmemory to be operable.... In PAGE 99: ... I 8 MemoryConsumption average no. of events in use Table1 . Time Warp: Sensors and Indicators Analysis Memory 128 MB, IRIX 6.... In PAGE 99: ... The structure of the simulation model guarantees balanced load among the four LPs, and the communication structure among LPs adheres to a ring topology. The eight sensors outlined in Table1 have been inserted into the Time Warp code. The point sample sensor (PS) as well as each of the cumulative sensors (CS) are transformed into a corresponding indicators (see Table 1).... ..."

### Table 1. Additive quantum numbers of di erent-helicity e?e? initial states: judicious choices of polarization parameters can tune the nal-state representations, x chiral couplings of the incoming electrons.

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"... In PAGE 3: ... 3. Progress on EWSB Searches with e?e? As we revisit the most immediately pressing tasks that we expect the next collider generation to tackle, it becomes clear that the electron{electron collider will see its unique features thoroughly utilized: once we remember that we can choose a number of sensitive additive quantum numbers for the initial state at will from several possibilities ( Table1 ), it is easy to see the virtues of searching for telling nal- state signals that may be indicative of the most-studied candidates for electroweak symmetry breaking, the Higgs mechanism and Supersymmetry. Signi cant progress has been made in these studies during the past two years.... In PAGE 7: ... 4. The Virtues of Exotic Quantum Numbers New phenomena beyond the Standard Model are often distinguishable by the emergence of \exotic quot; values of additive quantum numbers such as charge, lepton number, and weak hypercharge, as shown in Table1 . There is considerable virtue in this argument for the unearthing of novel features; a case in point is the potential appearance of extended Higgs sectors with doubly charged scalars;19 strong EWSB via a new strong interaction among the longitudinal component of gauge bosons may well lead to distinctive resonance structure of the I=2 channel in the TeV region;20 the potential appearance of new gauge bosons with lepton number 2 may similarly lead to s-channel structure.... ..."

### Table 4. Sales Summary (a) two dimensional cross-tab, (b) three dimensional cross-tab

1997

"... In PAGE 14: ...Table 4. Sales Summary (a) two dimensional cross-tab, (b) three dimensional cross-tab The structure of the result in Table4... In PAGE 15: ... To let a user easily express a roll-up or a cross-tab query, the following extension to the SQL GROUP BY was proposed in [20]. GROUP BY f ( lt;column name gt; j lt;expression gt; ) [ AS lt;correlation name gt; ] [ lt;collate clause gt; ], : : : g [ WITH ( CUBE j ROLLUP ) ] Using this SQL-extension to generate Table4 (a) results in SELECT Product type, Year, Color, SUM(Sales) FROM Sales WHERE Product type = \BIKE quot; AND Year BETWEEN 1994 AND 1995 GROUP BY Product type, Year, Color WITH CUBE; This leads to further questions. First, how to transform the relational results by CUBE or ROLLUP operators to the multidimensional forms? In the architecture we proposed, this task should be performed by the Application Interface Layer.... ..."

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### Table 1. Quantum numbers of the elementary elds, stated in an way ap- propriate for representation theory. One then checks easily that the indicated congruence relations hold.

"... In PAGE 1: ...eneralizing and correcting some former results by L. O apos;Raifeartaigh [1],[2] and J. Hucks [3]. By comparison with the well known particle content of the SM ( Table1 ), exactly one of these Lie groups (called GSM ) is singled out for a \minimal quot; description in Section 4.1; we furthermore show that its representation ring is generated by these particles together with their antiparticles.... In PAGE 2: ....3. Irreducible isospin and colour representations. The representations of the rank-1 Lie algebra su(2)T can be labeled by one Dynkin index; again for historical reasons, physicists use instead half its Dynkin index t 2 1 2N0. For su(3)C, the Cartan subalgebra is two dimensional and one may choose the standard gluon elds g and b as fundamental weights with corresponding Dynkin indices i and j, which are exactly the colour charges listed in Table1 . The sizes of any su(2)T - or su(3)C-representation will be denoted by rT or rC, respectively.... In PAGE 5: ...ection 2.2). Every of the nine families of compact Lie groups with Lie algebra gSM has only one member, which is why we will drop the superscripts m and n from now on. A glimpse at Table1 shows that experimentally, conditions (P1) and (Q1) are not satis ed, and thus so are all conditons implying them, that is, (PQ1), (PQ2) and (PQ3). Ignoring the empty condition (I), this leaves us with the three possibilities (P2), (Q2) and (PQ4), the latter being exactly the union of the former two.... In PAGE 6: ... From a group the- oretical point of view, it is clear that the dual representation can always be formed. But we may also deduce the integrability condition for the dual representation by the following short argument, thus proving that conditions (PQ4) also hold for the antiparticles which were not listed in Table1 : assume rn mod n for a SU(n)-representation of size rn. By taking its negative, we get ? ?rn mod n.... ..."

### Table 2 Possible symmetry types for different motions of the molecule in the intermediate phase of fullerite C70

"... In PAGE 8: ... According to the principle of symmetry of identical nuclei a wave function jq;m;ii of a rotating molecule C70 (carbon nuclei are bosons with zero spin) has to transform ac- cording the unity rep of the group ~ C5 and therefore according to the following irreps of the group q : a1;a 0; a1;a 00; a2;a 0; a2;a 00; e; a 0; e; a 00; 21 which are in one-to-one correspondence with the irreps of factor-group q = ~ C5 iso- morphic with the point group D3h (the site symmetry group of c position in the space group D4 6h). When the function jq;m;ii has the form of the product of the functions describing the different types of motions (15), each multiplier may transform according to one of the irreps given in Table2 which follows from the transfomation law (11) for collective coordinates. Using Table 2 one can define what types of excitations (pure or combined) are al- lowed in the crystal.... In PAGE 8: ... When the function jq;m;ii has the form of the product of the functions describing the different types of motions (15), each multiplier may transform according to one of the irreps given in Table 2 which follows from the transfomation law (11) for collective coordinates. Using Table2 one can define what types of excitations (pure or combined) are al- lowed in the crystal. For allowed types of excitations the direct product of irreps corre- 618 V.... In PAGE 9: ... The site symmetry group of the molecule in the fullerite C70 with PI group P00 70 is q ~ C5 ^ C3v : 24 The irreps of the group (24) are given in Table 1. The possible symmetry types of the wave functions for different types of motion may be found in Table2 , however, one has to take into account that now the states have no parity with respect to PI operation sh; ~ sh *, and primes are meaningless. 7.... ..."

### Table 2 Three-dimensional structures of ribosomal proteins

1998

"... In PAGE 14: ... Someday, useful information may be gained by building these structures into low-resolution ribosome mod- els. Table2 lists the structures available, and Figures 6 and 7 display their topologies. Several conclusions have already emerged.... ..."

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### Table 2: Relation of Network Layers to Quantum processes

1990

### TABLE I. Possible quantum numbers for three-body states with J = 12+ (for the triton). Virtual two body states have been neglected. j r u m number of states

### Table 2: Same as in Table 1 for the Ising model coupled to quantum gravity.

"... In PAGE 9: ...epeat the analysis performed for the regular lattice. We t the data to Eqs. (25a), with exponents 5=3 and 7=5 respectively, (25b) and (25c) for x lt; 0:45. The results are shown in Table2 for the Ising model and Table 3 for the three{states Potts model. The corresponding plots including the best t to the largest lattice are shown in Fig.... ..."

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