### Table 9: FIT FOR z=2.014

"... In PAGE 9: ... The small vertical lines above the Si IV 1393 and C IV 1548 transitions denote the velocity centroids of the Gaussian components in the line-pro le solution where we have added 3 components to t the C IV pro les. The VPFIT solution (see Table9 ) yields an excellent reduced 2 = 1:008 with probability P 2 = 0:45. For this system we allowed for the possibility that the Doppler broadening (b values)... ..."

### Table 9: FIT FOR z =2.014

"... In PAGE 9: ... The small vertical lines above the Si IV 1393 and C IV 1548 transitions denote the velocity centroids of the Gaussian components in the line-pro le solution where we have added 3 components to t the C IV pro les. The VPFIT solution (see Table9 ) yields an excellent reduced 2 =1:008 with probability P 2 =0:45. For this system we allowed for the possibility that the Doppler broadening (b values)... ..."

### Table 3: Similarities between the vision of Cadastre 2014 and trends of reviewed systems.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Certainly each of the systems is unique but the obvious trend is that these features are pointing towards the Cadastre 2014 vision. This is further outlined in Table3 where similarities between key features of Cadastre 2014 and those of the reviewed online cadastral systems are highlighted. This also gives rise to the proposal of a prototype for visualising the Multi-Purpose Cadastre concept with particular emphasis in understanding its associated issues.... ..."

### TABLE II CONNECTIVITY TEST RESULTS (OUT OF 2014 SITES)

### Table 2: Parameters for High Performance MPUs over Technology Generations. Year 1999 2002 2005 2008 2011 2014

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... Clear targets and technology requirements for each generation are projected. Table2 lists the parameters of high performance MPUs for the six technology generations. We again assume that the gates are 2-input NAND gates.... ..."

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### Table 7. Forecast of the state of the Keava study area in the year 2013-2014 on the basis of different transition matrices (I, I1 and 111).

"... In PAGE 11: ... We estimated the reliability of the predictions (and the transition matrix model in general) by con- structing the future states proceeding from differ- ent transition matrices and initial states of the same study area. The Keava study area was taken as an example and three different forecasts were made based on: I) the matrix of the 31 year period, KN5 182 and KA5 182; 11) the matrix of the short (16 year) period, KN6682 and KA6682, and 111) the averaged matrix, KN5166 + KN6682 and KA5166 + KA6682 (see Table7 ). As we can see, the dis- crepancies between different predictions are on the level of 1% (with respect to the total study area), whereas the changes themselves reach 1.... ..."

### Table 7. Projected Female Prison Population by Offense Type, FY 2006-2014 Offense

"... In PAGE 3: ...able 6. Projected Male Prison Population by Offense Type, FY 2006-2014 .............................13 Table7 .... In PAGE 20: ...The female methamphetamine inmate population is estimated to grow by 39 in FY 2006, an increase of 41 percent (see Table7 ). By the end of FY 2014, this group is projected to number 205, a growth of 110 (116%) (see Figure 13).... ..."

### Table 6. Projected Male Prison Population by Offense Type, FY 2006-2014 Offense

"... In PAGE 3: ...rojected Prison Populations, 2000-2005..................................................................................7 Table6 .... In PAGE 16: ... Consistent with the receding growth of the methamphetamine offender population during FY 2005, the number of male methamphetamine offenders is projected to increase by 54 (5.3%) during FY 2006 (see Table6 ). From FY 2006-2014, this population is expected to grow by 330, which is the second-highest percentage increase (33%) among all offense types over the forecast period (see Figure 8).... ..."

### Table 4. Projected Rice Surplus(+)/Deficit(-) as a Percentage of Demand Percentage change in 2004 Percentage change in 2014

### Table 1: 1998 OX4 POTENTIAL COLLISION SOLUTIONS Year of Impact 2014 2038 2044 2046

"... In PAGE 10: ... A shower can be decomposed into separate returns, which are continuous strings of solutions having the same close approach; they are represented by sequences of n consecutive solutions fXi; i = k; k +1; : : : ; k +(n?1)g. It is often the case that the shower at a given time contains several di erent returns [14, Table1 ]; they generally can be interpreted as primary or secondary resonant/non-resonant returns. Each individual return follows a qualitatively di erent path to get to a rendezvous with the Earth at the same time.... In PAGE 14: ...4 Virtual impactor examples Currently, the only asteroid with known collision solutions is 1998 OX4. Table1 provides details on the four 1998 OX4 collision solutions that we have identi ed. The listed values of PR assume the uniform probability density described above, i.... ..."