### Table 7: Precision and Recall Scores (%) (mor- phemes) on the segmentation task

2004

"... In PAGE 7: ... We notice that the memory-based sys- tem outperforms the finite state system, but the difference is once again small. However, when we look at Table7 in which we calculate the amount of full morphemes that have been cor- rectly retrieved (meaning that both the start and end-boundary have been correctly placed), we see that the finite state method has the ad- vantage. Slight differences in accuracy put aside, we find that both systems achieve similar scores on this dataset.... ..."

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### TABLE I PERFORMANCE OF MOR, DSR, AND AODV ON THE SIMULATION OF HIGH DENSITY TOPOLOGIES.

2004

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### TABLE I Results on the 18 problems of Mor e, Garbow and Hillstrom

### Table 2: The set of tags used to mark explicit mor- phemes in English

### Table 4: Newton on the Mor e-Cosnard nonlinear integral Equation with initial intervals in [?4; 5]

1997

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### Table 5: Newton on the Mor e-Cosnard nonlinear integral Equation with initial intervals in [?108; 0]

1997

"... In PAGE 22: ... Once again, we observe that box-consistency over the natural extension is helpful when far from a solution while box-consistency on the Taylor extension is useful to terminate the search quickly. Table5 gives the result for the initial intervals of size [?108; 0], which shows that the algorithm continues to perform well in this case. Finally, Table 6 gives the results for the HRB algorithm on this problem.... ..."

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### Table 2 gives mor e information on the generation which is located at each node.

"... In PAGE 11: ... Table2 : Types of Generation Zone Name Must-run Variable Total 0 North [Western] 0.8 0.... ..."