### Table 2. Rigorous design (i.e.

"... In PAGE 8: ... Modelling, designing and using generic, composable, open source, and reusable components appear from this table very helpful towards the goal of building systems of systems that can be easily validated and assessed. Designing architectures/infrastructures for dependability Another perspective is related to coping with how to? ( Table2 ). Here multiple facets of dependability raise many issues.... ..."

### Table 3: A Framework Of Rigor Related To The Stages Of A Theory-Building Research Life-Cycle

"... In PAGE 11: ... A research life-cycle model is useful in understanding the processes of systems stages of theory-generation and enhancement and to define assessments of quality and rigor, at each stage. The lifecycle concept used to frame Table3 was adapted from Galliers apos; (1992) representations of alternative research models, Dey apos;s (1999) discussion of stages of research and models of deductive and inductive research approaches (Babbie, 2001; Eisenhardt, 1989; Yin, 1994). Of course, any lifecycle model is an over-simplified reduction of the research process.... In PAGE 12: ... This subjectivity only remains unchallenged because a succession of socially-constructed claims for truth have accumulated through custom and practice in the natural sciences and these have been adopted uncritically by IS researchers. Table3 presents a summary of the role of subjectivity and rigor in positivist vs. interpretive research, classified by the stages of the research life-cycle.... ..."

### Table 2. Effect of additional parameters to the sensor model.

"... In PAGE 5: ... For the analysis of the additional parameters (to find the most influential parameters and those which are stable under the given network condition) we added step by step each parameter to the previous stage of the calibration and used the correlations for the stability checking. Table2 shows the results of the selfcalibration after step by step adding additional parameters to the model. In the last step, 3 parameters were used for tumbling modeling and 3 parameters for an uneven rotation modeling of the turntable (the tumbling and uneven rotation were modeled by sine curve functions with three parameters for each one: ... ..."

### Table 3-1. Sensor Curves

"... In PAGE 24: ...03% vs. Chromel Type E Type K Type T User Curves or Precision Calibration Option (See Table3 -1) ... In PAGE 30: ... To determine the currently selected curve, press Curve. The default curve for the Model 330-11 is Curve 10 (see Table3 -1). The display tot the right shows both the Channel A and B Sensor using Curve 02 - the default setting for a Model 330-11 with two Silicon Diode Sensors.... In PAGE 30: ... Curves 11-31 are user-defined curves or Precision Option Calibrations. See Table3 -1. To change the curve, while pressing the Curve key, press the s key to increment the Channel A Curve number, or the t key to increment the Channel B Curve number.... In PAGE 34: ... The setpoint is limited in temperature to the range of the curve used for control. Table3 -1 gives these limitations in kelvin for curves 00 through 04 and 06 thru 10. The Control key quickly returns the bottom from displaying the setpoint to the Control sensor reading.... In PAGE 61: ... Input: ACUR XX Returned: Nothing Remarks: Enter integer from 0 through 31 for Channel A. Table3 -1 lists sensor curve numbers. ACUR? Curve Number for Channel A Query.... In PAGE 61: ... Input: ACUR? Returned: XX (an integer from 00 to 31) Remarks: Returns the currently selected sensor curve number for Channel A. Table3 -1 lists sensor curve numbers. ATYPE? Channel A Input Type Query.... In PAGE 61: ... Input: BCUR XX Returned: Nothing Remarks: Enter an integer from 0 through 31 for Channel B. Table3 -1 lists sensor curve numbers. ... In PAGE 62: ... Input: BCUR? Returned: XX (an integer from 00 to 31) Remarks: Returns the currently selected sensor curve number for Channel B. Table3 -1 lists sensor curve numbers. BTYPE? Channel B Input Type Query.... ..."

### Table 6. Merits and Demerits of the Phenology Approaches With Regard to Their Use in SVAT Schemes and Hydrological Models

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### Table 1. Relative predictive performance of the robust and non-robust estimators. Mean of 25 Model Errors (G:

"... In PAGE 7: ... Four underlying functions used in the Monte Carlo experiment. We use the four test functions de ned in Table1 of Donoho and Johnstone1: blocks, bumps, heavisine and Doppler. We normalize them such that their \standard deviation quot; is equal to 7, Z 1 0 (f(x) ? f)2dx = 49; where f = Z 1 0 f(x)dx: The four functions are plotted in Figure 2.... In PAGE 8: ...Based on Table1 , we see that the simulation results can be separated into two groups: the predictive performance of the robust procedure is poor for bumps and blocks, and good for heavisine and Doppler. This comes of no surprise... ..."

### Table 1. Classifications of studies by their ways of using/combining quantitative and qualitative approaches and respective labels used by various authors

2004

"... In PAGE 11: ...In Table1 , I have compared the classifications of studies that different authors have proposed. ... In PAGE 12: ... What seems a little questionable, is their choice of labels for these categories. Therefore, in the first row of Table1 , I have proposed new labels and short definitions for the three broad categories of research designs. For better and more detailed descriptions of different possibilities of combining quantitative and qualitative approaches, this broad classification needs to be divided into subcategories.... ..."

### Table 3 Ranking of rational agent

2001

"... In PAGE 18: ... Clearly, the ranking of the rational agent worsens with the increases in the rate of experimentation. [ Table3 around here] 6. Concluding Remarks This paper examined the behavior of the exchange rate in the model with bound- edly rational agents who update their savings and portfolio decisions using a simple evolutionary algorithm based on imitation and experimentation.... ..."

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### Table 3 Ranking of rational agent

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"... In PAGE 18: ... Clearly, the ranking of the rational agentworsens with the increases in the rate of experimentation. [ Table3 around here] 6. Concluding Remarks This paper examined the behavior of the exchange rate in the model with bound- edly rational agents who update their savings and portfolio decisions using a simple evolutionary algorithm based on imitation and experimentation.... ..."

### Table 5. Results for Easiest Sensors Model

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... These included a new combined anyone talking sensor (since it is easier to not to have to segregate guests from the occupant), as well as telephone (*), keyboard (*), mouse (*), and time of day (*). As indicated in Table5 the accuracy of this model falls within the range of results found in main models in Table 3. Thus we are lead to believe that robust results should be attainable from practical, relatively easy to implement sensors.... ..."

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