### Table 2 Statistics for non-spatial operations

"... In PAGE 22: ....1. Costs for Non-spatial Operations We summarize cost models for non-spatial operations using references such as [Silberschatz97, Yao77]. Table2 shows the statistics per class and attribute used for the computation of costs for non- spatial operations. Table 2 Statistics for non-spatial operations... ..."

### Table 3: Feynman rules in the polar gauge

### Table 3. k R = 1 R = 2

"... In PAGE 4: ... Also for given bit rate in this example, ie for given codebook dimension, the assumption that the pdf f(x) is constant inside subregion is not suitable since the distortion in this case (Table 2, column 3) is very different from optimal (Table 2, column 2). In order to show ones more that the assumption of the constant pdf function over a subregion is not suitable for the low bit rate, in the following Table3 we compare the values for the probability that the input vector is in the kth subregion and the product of the pdf function and the volume of that subregion. The difference between these two is obvious.... ..."

### Table 1.1: An overview of three generations of interoperability Source: Amit P Sheth, 1998

2004

### Table 1: ~ K (q) and R (q), for ; (321).

"... In PAGE 6: ...xample 3.3. The lattice of partitions Pn is a chain for n 5, in which case the atomic decomposition reduces to the monotonicity result. Consider, therefore, partitions of 6; Table1 gives ~ K (q) and R (q) for the partitions ; (321). Note that the only incomparable pair in this set is (411; 33).... ..."

### Table 1: ~ K (q) and R (q), for ; (321).

1997

"... In PAGE 6: ...xample 3.3. The lattice of partitions Pn is a chain for n 5, in which case the atomic decomposition reduces to the monotonicity result. Consider, therefore, partitions of 6; Table1 gives ~ K (q) and R (q) for the partitions ; (321). Note that the only incomparable pair in this set is (411; 33).... ..."

### Table 1. Auxiliary functions on action phases

1994

"... In PAGE 7: ... Let P = ( ; A; R) be the TSS where A = ActST [ fpg and R is the set of rules listed in Table 2 commented upon below. The auxiliary functions used in the rules are defined in Table1 . The functions name and index are intuitively clear.... ..."

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### Table I. Evaluation of MDIR (R = 100K)

2006

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### Table I. Evaluation of MDIR (R = 100K)

2006

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