### Table 2. Mathematical model for risk assessment.

"... In PAGE 5: ... The model is expressed mathemat- ically as the union of two sets, Pf and Cf, and an in- tegrated risk factor Rf of the following form: Rf = Pf + Cf - (Pf)(Cf) . Table2 outlines the details of the evaluation matrix used. In practice, this method would be applied to many elements of a program, and a risk factor would be obtained for each element.... In PAGE 7: ...1(A2) (A2) With dual wiring. Note: See Table2 for definitions of factors. costs depended on the volume and rate of orders.... In PAGE 8: ...1 Production schedule within manufacturing capability; 230 units already delivered. Note: See Table2 for definitions of factors. Figure 3.... ..."

### Table 2 Characterizationof designs usedin field-basedexperiments reportedin Agronomy Journal volumes 93 through 95

2007

"... In PAGE 3: ...urvey, etc.). The applied nature of the journal is therefore reflected in the large fraction of field experiments that are discussed in these volumes. Since the concerns with trends and autocorrelation are mainly associated with field experiments, we analyzed the types of designs used for those ( Table2 ). Of the 414 field experiments, the majority (300, 72%) were imple- mented as RCB designs.... In PAGE 3: ... Of the 414 field experiments, the majority (300, 72%) were imple- mented as RCB designs. Completely Randomized, Randomized Incomplete Block, Split Block and Latin Square designs were rarely used (4, 3, 2, and 1 occurrences, respectively; Table2 ). In addition, 9 experiments involved non-randomized field strips, typically involving on-farm research efforts, and 53 involved other field sampling efforts (surveys, etc.... In PAGE 4: ...mean number of treatments and replications ( Table2 ), and were often associated with studies involving many species or varieties (e.... ..."

### Table 11. Scanned journals in the ADS database. Journal Scanned Volumes Publication Dates

"... In PAGE 20: ... We already have most of the larger journals scanned completely. Table11 shows how much we have scanned of each of the journals for which we have per- mission. The oldest journal we have scanned completely is the Astronomical Journal (Vol.... ..."

### Table 1 The basic mathematical model

"... In PAGE 3: ... To solve the mathematical model, techniques of successive subdivision in linear programming and integer numbers are applied. The basic mathematical model is presented at Table1 (at the end of the paper) 4. CONCLUSION The basic mathematical model presented here is a static one.... ..."

### Table 9 Summary of characteristics of journals

2002

"... In PAGE 10: ... With respect to reference disciplines, our data shows that CS research seldom relies on research in other disciplines and in the rare instances that it does, it relies primarily on mathematics. Table9 presents a summary of the most important research characteristics in each of the 13 journals. The data indicate that while CS research addresses a diverse range of topics, there is a high degree of consistency in terms of the research approaches, research methods, and levels of analysis used to study these topics.... ..."

### Table 1: Project participants. Key: AM = Applied Mathematics; CE = Chemical Engineering; CSM = Computer Science and Mathematics Division; M = Mathematics; P = physics Institution Name Project Role

### Table 1 Types and frequency of experiments discussed in AgronomyJournal volumes 93 through 95

2007

"... In PAGE 3: ...2. Results and discussion Volumes 93 through 95 of the Agronomy Journal reported 537 research efforts, some papers including more than one experiment ( Table1 ). Of those, 414 (77%) were reported to be field experiments, 37 (7%) were greenhouse trials, and 22 (4%) laboratory efforts.... ..."

### Table 1: The top 30 high-impact review publications from the 1985 SCF JCR@, listed in alphabetic order,

"... In PAGE 2: .../CR@) demonstrates that 30 of the top 50 journals are review serials. These journals are listed in Table1 . For ex- ample, the Annual Review of Biochemistry, which published 901 articles between 1955 and 1985, ranks first in terms of impact fac- tor.... ..."

### Table 2A. Comparison of P-E journals and Pure E-journals with Pure P-journals Model Pure E - journal P-e

2003

"... In PAGE 22: ... Table2 B. Comparison of P-E journals and Pure E-journals with Pure P-journals Model Pure E - journal P-e journal Standard Model - May be limited by poor Internet connection and lack of necessary software.... In PAGE 23: ... Table2 C. Comparison of P-E journals and Pure E-journals with Pure P-journals Model Pure E - journal P-e journal Standard Model - Ability to include raw data, animation, movies, mathematical codes, etc.... ..."

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