### Table D-1. Key characteristics of M-sequences, Gold sequences, and Kasami sequences.

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### Table 2.4.1: Histogram of the Correlation Function of a Preferred Pair of m-Sequences.

### Table 1. Table of Mp(n), the number of M-sequences with m1 p and mi = 0 for i gt; n.

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### Table 1. Table of Mp(n), the number of M-sequences with m1 p and mi = 0 for i gt; n.

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### TABLE VI The truth tables of all the 4-stage FSRs that generate de Bruijn sequences in 4 equivalent classes. The linear complexity of each de Bruijn sequence is also shown. The fourth and fourteenth sequences are modified versions from sixth and eighth m-sequences in Table V, respectively.

### Table 5: Table of sequences found by distinctly di erent searches, but not on the list of known REPs [13]. The codBecoM sequence is adjacent to REPv9, and the ecoecoa-c sequence is adjacent to REP117. But the ecochlen-c, uspAeco, and gyrBecoM sequences do not seem to be near any of the known REPs.

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"... In PAGE 18: ...Table 6: The new possible REP sequences or fragments reported in Table5 are listed here, using the earliest start and latest stop position for any of the searches. bits/base).... In PAGE 18: ... Some of the \false positives quot; may represent previously unrecognized REP sequences, and others may be conserved regions adjacent to REPs. Table5 lists the sequences that were found repeatedly by distinctly di erent searches|all of these look like they are closely related to REP or REPv sequences. The three sequences that are not adjacent to an already known sequence are shown in Table 6.... ..."

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### Table 7.4: Alignment score for di erent slicing positions ^ c1 := ljs1j 2 m+ of sequence s1. The second row shows the corresponding minimal multiple additional cost Copt(^ c1) in the rst recursion of DCA.

### Table 3. Message sequence satisfying interaction model of Figure 4

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"... In PAGE 10: ...and then the sequence of messages in Table3 satisfies the interaction model.... In PAGE 21: ... If we now wish to buy three different types of camera by performing the role of a(purchaser([canonS500, olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) then we have three pur- chases to make and it will be necessary, when performing the role of buyer for each item, to choose one of the three available forms of buying model with appropriate choices of vendors. For example, we might satisfy our interaction model with the se- quence of roles given below: a(purchaser([canonS500, olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(canonS500), b) a(buyer(canonS500), b)) Message sequence given in Table 1 when interacting with a(shopkeeper, s) a(purchaser([olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(olympusE300), b) a(seeker(olympusE300), b)) Message sequence given in Table 2 when interacting with a(auctioneer, a) a(purchaser([canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(canonEOS1), b) a(customer(canonEOS1), b)) Message sequence given in Table3 when interacting with a(manufacturer, m) a(purchaser([]), b) in which case our interaction will have involved the set of peers {b, s, a, m}, but the sequence above is only one of many sequences we might have chosen for this set of peers.... ..."

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### Table 3. Message sequence satisfying interaction model of Figure 4

1993

"... In PAGE 12: ...and then the sequence of messages in Table3 satisfies the interaction model.... In PAGE 23: ... If we now wish to buy three different types of camera by performing the role of a(purchaser([canonS500, olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) then we have three pur- chases to make and it will be necessary, when performing the role of buyer for each item, to choose one of the three available forms of buying model with appropriate choices of vendors. For example, we might satisfy our interaction model with the se- quence of roles given below: a(purchaser([canonS500, olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(canonS500), b) a(buyer(canonS500), b)) Message sequence given in Table 1 when interacting with a(shopkeeper, s) a(purchaser([olympusE300, canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(olympusE300), b) a(seeker(olympusE300), b)) Message sequence given in Table 2 when interacting with a(auctioneer, a) a(purchaser([canonEOS1]), b) a(buy item(canonEOS1), b) a(customer(canonEOS1), b)) Message sequence given in Table3 when interacting with a(manufacturer, m) a(purchaser([]), b) in which case our interaction will have involved the set of peers {b, s, a, m}, but the sequence above is only one of many sequences we might have chosen for this set of peers.... ..."

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