### Table 1: Respective signs of tan( + apos;), l ? x and h.

"... In PAGE 21: ... As ??! H ~ H and ?! ~ HI are orthogonal, tan( + apos;) = (2l ? 2x)=2h (see Figure 12). Considering the di erent cases that may appear (see Table1 and Figure 12), we get : tan( + apos;) = l ? x h (5) Using Equations 3 and 4, we obtain : h sin sin( + apos;) ? l sin cos( + apos;) + cos( + ) cos( + apos;) = 0 (6) P has the same orientation on X 0 and C0.... ..."

### Table 1: Respective signs of tan( + apos;), l ? x and h.

"... In PAGE 15: ...orthogonal, tan( + apos;) = (2l ? 2x)=2h (see Figure 12). Considering the di erent cases that may appear (see Table1 and Figure 12), we get : tan( + apos;) = l ? x h (5) Using Equations 3 and 4, we obtain : h sin sin( + apos;) ? l sin cos( + apos;) + cos( + ) cos( + apos;) = 0 (6) P has the same orientation on X 0 and C0. Similarly as above, we obtain : tan( 0 + apos;0) = l0 ? x0 h0 (7) h0 sin sin( 0 + apos;0) ? l0 sin cos( 0 + apos;0) + cos cos( 0 + apos;0) = 0 (8) P has opposite orientations on X and C.... ..."

### Table 1: Datasets information Dataset NB sTAN+BMA TAN+MS+BMA sTAN TAN+MS

"... In PAGE 11: ...Experimental setting We tested ve algorithms over 14 datasets from the Irvine repository [2] plus our own credit screening database. The dataset characteristics are described in Table1 . To discretize continuous attributes we tried maximum entropy [7] discretization and equal frequency discretization with 5 intervals.... ..."

### Table 8: MSSM Higgs boson discovery modes. All masses are speci ed in GeV. The ordered pair (mA0, tan ) xes the MSSM Higgs sector masses and couplings. The parameter regime mA0 1000 GeV and 1 tan 60 is surveyed. If a range of tan values is speci ed below, then the rst (second) number in the range corresponds to the appropriate minimal (maximal) value of mA0. Luminosities are those obtained after summing over all detectors (4 detectors at LEP-2 and ATLAS+CMS at the LHC). In the case of the LHC we include the Wh with h ! bb mode which may not, however, prove viable when running at high luminosity. See text for further clari cations. Machine(ps; R L dt) Mode (mA0; tan ) Discovery Region

"... In PAGE 102: ... The SM Higgs discovery limits for the most useful discovery modes are summarized in Table 7. The corresponding MSSM Higgs discovery limits are summarized in Table8 , where we employ the convenient MSSM Higgs sector parameterization in terms of mA0 and tan . All values of mA0 1000 GeV and 1 tan 60 (as preferred in the MSSM) have been surveyed.... In PAGE 102: ...b Details regarding the claims made in this summary are to be found in the main body of this review and the references quoted therein. A few examples should help clarify the meaning of the discovery regions pre- sented in Table8 . At LEP-2 with ps = 175 GeV and 600 pb?1 integrated luminos- ity (summing over all four detectors), either h0 or A0 (or both) can be discovered via e+e? ! Zh0; h0A0 if mA0 lt; 75 GeV and tan gt; 1.... In PAGE 105: ...other two discovery region exceptions listed in Table8 . Nonetheless, it should be re-stressed that at least one of the MSSM Higgs bosons is visible throughout all of parameter space.... ..."

### Table 1: The OSI protocol layers. [Tan88]

"... In PAGE 6: ... Each layer expects certain services from the layer below and is expected to provide certain services to the layer above. The layers in the OSI model are presented in Table1 . The IP protocol itself lies within the network layer as it is used to support internetworking.... ..."

### Table IX. Training time AODE NB LBR TAN SP-TAN

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