### Table 8.11. Parameters used in the simulator

### Table 8.11 Experience with extension service

### Table 3: Key to Node Labels in Figures 8-11

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### Table 1: Projected Population Change, 2005 to 2015

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### Table 1: Possible choices for P1 1. f (1; 2; 4) ; (3; 5; 7) ; (6; 8; 11; 10) ; (9) g

"... In PAGE 3: ... According to Proposition 1, without loss of generality we may choose P0 = f (1; 2; 3) ; (4; 5; 6) ; (7; 8; 9; 10) ; (11) g; where f1; 2; xg 2 P1 and x 2 f4; 7; 11g. In Table1 we listed all possibilities to choose P1 such that there are no two isomorphic pairs (P0; P1). Although it is a bit tedious from the mathematical point of view, let us brie y describe our way of listing, since we want make it possible for the reader to check within a few minutes that we did not forget a choice for P1.... In PAGE 4: ... If p1(x) = p2(3), we further demand p1(v) p2(11), where v is the isolated vertex of P2. Proceeding like this, we obtain the 32 possibilities given in Table1 and ad- ditionally P0 1 = f(1; 2; 4); (3; 5; 7); (6; 8; 10; 11); (9)g, where there is an isomorphism mapping P0 1 to P0 and P0 to page number 2 in Table 1. 3 Algorithm In the following we describe an algorithm that nds ODC apos;s with all pages isomorphic to a given startpage P0, if existing.... ..."

### Table 8.11: Sentimentalism SVM top boolean features

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