### Table 5.Specification-based testing results using History Generator for hierarchy rooted at base class Resource.

1992

"... In PAGE 19: ... The results show that for this particular path, in one hierarchy,asignificant amount of effort is saved with our technique. Table5... ..."

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### Table 5.Specification-based testing results using History Generator for hierarchy rooted at base class Resource.

"... In PAGE 19: ... The results show that for this particular path, in one hierarchy,asignificant amount of effort is saved with our technique. Table5... ..."

### Table 5. Specification-based testing results using History Generator for hierarchy rooted at base class Resource.

"... In PAGE 19: ... The results show that for this particular path, in one hierarchy, a significant amount of effort is saved with our technique. Table5... ..."

### Table 2. Sketch Operations

1995

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### Table 1: Sketch Notations

2005

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### Table 1 sketches this

"... In PAGE 4: ...different steps of the reconstruction system. Table1 . Robust estimation of the epipolar geometry from a set of matches containing outliers using RANSAC (a61 OK indicates the probability that the epipolar geometry has been correctly estimated).... In PAGE 5: ...his is illustrated in Fig. 3. The rst steps consists of nding the epipolar geometry as described in Section 3.1. Then the matches which correspond to already reconstructed points are used to compute the projection matrix a106 a100 . This is done using a robust procedure similar to the one laid out in Table1 . In this case a minimal sample of 6 matches is needed to compute a106 a100 .... ..."

### Table 1 sketches this

"... In PAGE 4: ...different steps of the reconstruction system. Table1 . Robust estimation of the epipolar geometry from a set of matches containing outliers using RANSAC (a61 OK indicates the probability that the epipolar geometry has been correctly estimated).... In PAGE 5: ...his is illustrated in Fig. 3. The first steps consists of finding the epipolar geometry as described in Section 3.1. Then the matches which correspond to already reconstructed points are used to compute the projection matrix a104 a99 . This is done using a robust procedure similar to the one laid out in Table1 . In this case a minimal sample of 6 matches is needed to compute a104 a99 .... ..."

### Table 1: Interface Specification Based Generation Details for the FLASH Example

2002

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### Table 2. Specifications and base time for machines in the Jiminy cluster

2006

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