### Table 3. Axioms for permission

2005

"... In PAGE 6: ... In this way, confident(owner, a, s) holds if owner a is confident to give the permission on service s only to trusted actors. Table3 presents the axioms for permission. P1 and P2 build a delegation chain of permission; P3 and P4 build a trust chain for permission; P5 builds trust chains over mon- itoring steps.... ..."

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### Table 1: The choices for [XjY ] that give extendible submatrices B.

"... In PAGE 7: ...Appendix As mentioned in the text, the six choices for the matrix B from Theorem 1 given in Table1 can be extended still further and can be embedded in what were termed feasible submatrices of order 28. There are 89 of these in total, but it turned out that only those that arose from numbers I, VI, V and VI could be extended all the way to a strongly regular graph.... In PAGE 7: ... There are 89 of these in total, but it turned out that only those that arose from numbers I, VI, V and VI could be extended all the way to a strongly regular graph. In Table1 the notation (x; y) is used to indicate that the corresponding submatrix gives rise to x extensions, which in turn yield y strongly regular graphs. There are eleven graphs on eighteen vertices each of which is the union of disjoint cycles of lengths a multiple of 3, but of these there are three that do not occur as a neighbour graph in any of the 167 strongly regular graphs.... ..."

### Table 1: The choices for [XjY ] that give extendible submatrices B.

"... In PAGE 7: ...Appendix As mentioned in the text, the six choices for the matrix B from Theorem 1 given in Table1 can be extended still further and can be embedded in what were termed feasible submatrices of order 28. There are 89 of these in total, but it turned out that only those that arose from numbers I, VI, V and VI could be extended all the way to a strongly regular graph.... In PAGE 7: ... There are 89 of these in total, but it turned out that only those that arose from numbers I, VI, V and VI could be extended all the way to a strongly regular graph. In Table1 the notation (x; y) is used to indicate that the corresponding submatrix gives rise to x extensions, which in turn yield y strongly regular graphs. There are eleven graphs on eighteen vertices each of which is the union of disjoint cycles of lengths a multiple of 3, but of these there are three that do not occur as a neighbour graph in any of the 167 strongly regular graphs.... ..."

### Table 1 gives some useful choices for Rj(dj), where

### Table 3, Intervals of Specified Probability Implied by Parameters of Table 2

"... In PAGE 9: ... In addition we have assumed that the Hispanic undercount had a larger variability than the black undercount. Table3 gives the 50, 75, and 95% coverage intervals implied by our choices of p; and 0: . J J Table 3, Intervals of Specified Probability Implied by Parameters of Table 2 ... ..."

### Table 2: Effects of adding controls on the partial adjustment coefficients by region

"... In PAGE 18: ...16 Figure 1: Proportionate land re -allocation 1993-98 against the proportionate loss from the administrative allocation in 1993 Change in log land allocation 1993-98: National Proportionate efficiency loss 1993 -2 0 2 4 -4 -2 0 2 4 Table2 gives the estimated partial adjustment coefficients when the various controls are added step-by-step (cumulatively). We give national results and a breakdown by region.... In PAGE 18: ...y region. Let us focus first on the national results. Consistently with Figure 1, all of our tests indicate a highly significant positive coefficient on the initial efficiency loss, implying that the land re-allocation process was in the direction of a more efficient allocation. However, as can be seen from Table2 , the partial adjustment coefficient falls to less than half the value implied by Figure 1 when all controls are added. This is the combined effect of both relaxing homogeneity and adding the controls for shocks and non-market factors, including commune fixed effects.... In PAGE 18: ...ust these two changes, the partial adjustment coefficient falls to 0.155 (t=5.18), while adding the rest of the control variables only brings it down an extra 0.014 ( Table2... In PAGE 19: ... This is evident from the fact that, on balance, controls that raise (lower) land allocation tend to be positively (negatively) correlated with the loss due to the initial allocation. The only exception is for the controls for demographic shocks, which tended to work in the opposite direction (as is evident in Table2 ), though the effect on the partial adjustment coefficie nt is small. In Table 3 we give the complete results for the most comprehensive model we estimated.... ..."

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### Table 2.4: Gift giving, theft experienced, and trust regressions with no crop choice Log(Theft) Log(Giving) Trust

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### Table 1: A summary of system call categories and their corresponding access permission. Categories Target Resources Access Permission

2007

"... In PAGE 9: ... In current implementation, Shepherd prohibits speciflc accesses to several categories of system resources for wild processes. Table1 gives a rough description on the resources and its access types that wild processes are prevented from accessing. Table 1: A summary of system call categories and their corresponding access permission.... In PAGE 9: ...As shown in Table1 , Shepherd prevents write accesses to system conflguration flles, devices flles (except for some pseudo devices such as /dev/null and tty). Also, Shepherd disallows a monitored process from communicating with other processes outside the monitoring group.... ..."

### Table 12: Estimation results of the factors of attractiveness and the R2

"... In PAGE 18: ... In Table 11 we present the estimated of t q and the implied value of t t / b g . In Table12 we present the estimates of j w , i.... In PAGE 25: ... The implied values of t t / b g are given in the last columns. Estimates for the effects of the factors of attraction and the R2 are given in Table12... ..."