### Table 1. Representation of domain letter for random variables.

### Table 6: Wall representation type exchanged

2007

"... In PAGE 12: ...able 5: Example of fire engineering applications .................................................................................. 21 Table6 : Wall representation type exchanged.... In PAGE 49: ... In the IFC model, BREP geometry is the fallback position for any geometry than cannot reasonably be represented using parametric solids. The wall representation type exchanged depends on the modelling methods used as well as on the IFC implementation in the BIM authoring application ( Table6 ). The following observations have been made based on the implementation of the Revit Building: 1.... In PAGE 49: ...Table 6: Wall representation type exchanged As shown in Table6 , there are three cases of wall representation. The types of wall representation and the wall height can be obtained by navigating into the STEP file data tree as follows: Case 1: IfcWallStandardCase.... ..."

### Table 1. Representation of domain letter for random variables. Domain Letter A B C F

2004

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### Table 1. Representation of domain letter for random variables. Domain Letter A B C F

### Table 20: Predicates and their free variables Predicate Free Variables

1992

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### Table 4 Exercise 3 - Random Effects Estimates; Dependent Variable: RDI

2001

"... In PAGE 22: ...74, supporting the substitution of apos;LIT apos; for apos;EDU apos; only partially. Table4 reports the random effects GLS estimates based on this larger sample of 32 countries or 64 observations. (In this exercise we continue to exclude variable RLR.... ..."

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### Table 3: A partial PI model.

1997

"... In PAGE 18: ... To classify these models, we shall refer to the models in Theorem 8 as full PI models and the models between the two extremes as partial PI models. Table3 depicts such a partial PI model of three variables. The marginal for each variable is 0.... In PAGE 18: ...5 except P (X4 = 0) = 0:365. The marginal for the subset fX1; X2; X3g is identical to that of Table3 , so the dependency relations among the three variables remain the same. But for variables X2, X3 and X4, they are both collectively and pairwise dependent.... ..."

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### Table 1. Variables and Their Representations

1995

"... In PAGE 8: ... (See Redfern and Bidanda [12] for a detailed description of the DCOF measurement technique.) The variables and their representation scheme are shown in Table1 . Due to measurement limitation, flooring and contaminant were represented as categorical measures, using a... ..."

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### Table 3: A partial PI model.

1996

"... In PAGE 3: ... To classify these models, we shall refer to the models in Theorem 1 as full PI models and the models between the two extremes as partial PI models. Table3 depicts such a partial PI model of three variables. The marginal for each variable is 0.... In PAGE 4: ... Table 4 shows a PDM with four variables Xi (i = 1; 2; 3; 4). It contains an embedded submodel identical to the partial PI model (of X1, X2 and X3) given in Table3 . The marginal for each variable is 0.... In PAGE 4: ...The marginal for the subset fX1; X2; X3g is identical to that of Table3 , so the dependency relations among the three variables remain the same. But for variables X2, X3 and X4, they are both collectively and pair- wise dependent.... ..."

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### Table 4: Partial PAR Agent Representation

"... In PAGE 3: ... Many researchers have based their work on this model [12, 8, 14]. Table4 shows part of the PAR representation for agents. The parameters of the OCEAN model are represented as values along the scales of each of the characteristics.... ..."