### Table 1: Graphical Representation

"... In PAGE 2: ... Figures 3, 5, and 6 show some GRAPES-DD#2FER examples. Table1 lists the basic graphical representa- tions of EXPRESS-G and GRAPES-DD#2FER. In con- trast to GRAPES-DD#2FER, EXPRESS-G includes the concept of inheritance by the speci#0Ccation of super-... ..."

### Table 1 Irreducible representation of the group ~ C5 ^ C3v

"... In PAGE 7: ... si; ~ sj *;i y,yx, yx; j 1; 2; 3; 4; 5. The characters of the irreps of the group ~ C5 ^ C3v are given in Table1 . The irreps a v and b v for the components (x, y, z) of the vector in CSA and the components (~ x, ~ y, ~ z) of the vector in MSAq, respectively are marked in the last column of Table 1.... In PAGE 7: ... The characters of the irreps of the group ~ C5 ^ C3v are given in Table 1. The irreps a v and b v for the components (x, y, z) of the vector in CSA and the components (~ x, ~ y, ~ z) of the vector in MSAq, respectively are marked in the last column of Table1 . All the irreps of the group ~ C5 ^ C3v are real.... In PAGE 9: ... Consideration of Second Possible Structure of Fullerite C70 in the Intermediate Phase The consideration of the second possible structure of the fullerite C70 in the intermediate phase related to the space group C4 6v is facilitated by the fact that the group C4 6v is a subgroup of space group D4 6h, D4 6h C4 6v shjv C4 6v: 22 In this case the PI group has also the structure of a semi-direct product P00 70 f~ C5g^ C4 6v : 23 The physically meaningful irreps of the group P00 70 are in a usual way related to the irreps of the space group C4 6v. 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 Table1 . The possible symmetry types of the wave functions for different types of motion may be found in Table 2, 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.... ..."

### Table 3: Notation for regular expression operations

"... In PAGE 5: ... Weusean extended version of the familiar notation for regu- lar expressions. The expression A : R, where A is a single nonterminal and R is a regular expression constructed according to Table3 , is equivalent to the set of production rules fA ! j matches Rg. Note that terms in the regular expression R contain cost attributes;; the cost for a production rule is the sum of the costs associated with the matching terms in R.... ..."

### Table 3 Transformation Representation Rules (TRR)

in multimedia

"... In PAGE 10: ... The first of these extensions is essential for tracing the origin of media elements in any record of production and the second for direction of any new production. The set of transformation representation rules (TRR) shown in Table3 uses Backus- Naur Form to define a syntax for describing media transformations in a way that meets these requirements. Reserved expressions appear in boldface type; constants appear between single quotes; names and numbers to be fixed by the user appear in italics; braces {} are used to denote groups which may be repeated zero or more... ..."

### Table 1: Categorization of Graphical Function Representations.

1995

"... In PAGE 4: ... 2. Graphical Function Representations Methods related to ordered BDDs for representing functions as graphs can be categorized as shown in Table1 .... ..."

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### Table 1. t-Designs from Direct Product Groups Parameter Group Remark

### Table 2 Definition of decision centers and graphic representations

2003

"... In PAGE 8: ... We have identified six kinds of decision centers to cover the complete range of variation points in Web user inter- faces. Table2 gives the definition and graphic representation of these six kinds of decision centers. Composers, Collection Displayers, Link- ers and Forms require a least one target Web File.... ..."

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### Table 1: Relative merits of graphical and textual representations of

2007

"... In PAGE 10: ...igure 4: Screnshot of the lua~ object within a Max/MSP patch...............58 LIST OF TABLES Table1 : Relative merits of graphical and textual representations of computer music.24 Table 2: Features of procedural languages with applications in algorithmic music.... ..."

### Table 1: Graphic Representation of HCM Builders

"... In PAGE 2: ...iew [17]. In addition, examples or features can be added to terminal concepts. These features arise from associating a file which may contain sound, text, graphics or video to the concept. In Table1 , we can see schematic representations defined for each basic builder that can be used in the construction of an HCM. The development of an HCM with the help of hypermedia information technology makes both the building task and, later, the reading of the map easier.... ..."

### Table2. Graphical representation of basic tests.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Let B = fbi j i 2 INg Act be a numerable in nite set of actions (note that we can get such a set since Act is in nite). Let us consider the renaming functions 1 B and 2 B de ned as 1 B(c) = bi+1 if c = bi 2 B c if c = 2 B 2 B(c) = ai if c = bi 2 B c if c = 2 B Then, we de ne the test T(u) taking T(u) = rec x:( ! OK) ? (b1 ! x[ 1 B]) [ 2 B] In Table2 we show a graphical representation of the tests de ned before2. While the meaning of nite tests is clear, it is not so evident why we have de ned the tests T(u) in such a way.... ..."