### Table 4: Overview of results from native speakers and advanced L2 learners from Felser, Roberts et al. (2003) and Papadopoulou amp; Clahsen

### Table 4: Comparison of pn with nn References [1] Paul H. Edelman and Robert E. Jamison. The theory of convex geometries. Geometriae Dedicata, 19(3):247{270, Dec. 1985. [2] Martin Farber and Robert E. Jamison. Convexity in graphs and hypergraphs. SIAM J. Algebra and Discrete Methods, 7(3):433{444, July 1986. [3] John L. Pfaltz. Closure lattices. Technical Report CS-94-02, Univ. of Virginia, Jan. 1994.

"... In PAGE 9: ... We can get some sense of the growth of pn by comparing it with other functions. In Table4 , we calculate pn using oating point double arithmetic instead of the long integer arithmetic of Table 3 (which over ows with n gt; 10), and compare it multiplicatively with the function nn. Based on this evidence, we o er without proof, the observation: Theorem 2.... ..."

### Table 3. Expected payo function C(s) 2 for user 2.

### Table 2. Operational semantics of L.

1998

"... In PAGE 14: ... The syntax of this language is obtained by extend- ing the possible prefixes of the language L with the new prefix: ::= rd(a) Also the set Label of the possible labels is extended with a new label a standing for the execution of a prefix rd(a). The operational semantics of the language L[rd] is defined by the structural congruence of Table 1 and by the SOS rules of Table2 extended with the axiom and rule of Table 3. Moreover, the side condition 6 = a must be added to the rule (8) of Table 2, because also the new label a cannot pass trough a restriction on the name a.... In PAGE 14: ... The operational semantics of the language L[rd] is defined by the structural congruence of Table 1 and by the SOS rules of Table 2 extended with the axiom and rule of Table 3. Moreover, the side condition 6 = a must be added to the rule (8) of Table2 , because also the new label a cannot pass trough a restriction on the name a. In rule (11) the execution of the rd operation does not change the TS, hence the tuple occurring in the agent Q is not removed (i.... In PAGE 17: ...The process inp(a)?P Q tests if the tuple hai is present in TS: if it is available, then it is removed and the process P is chosen, otherwise Q is executed. In order to describe this behavior in an SOS style, we add the new label :a to the set Label, and the rules of Table 4 to the ones of Table2 . In this case the side condition for the new label (i.... In PAGE 20: ... In Table 5 the semantics of the rdp primitive is defined: the action of reading the tuple hai (and the following choice of the process P) is labeled with a (axiom (16)), while when the process Q is chosen the label is :a (axiom (17)). The semantics of the language L[rdp] is defined by the axioms and rules of Table2 (plus the the side condition 6 = a; :a for the rule (8) and 6 = :a for the rule (6)), the rule (11) of Table 3 (defining the behavior of the synchronization due to the the labels a and a), the rules (14) and (15) of Table 4 (defining the behaviour of the label :a w.... ..."

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### Table 4-1. Cleanliness of steels used by Roberts and Nostrum (Roberts and Norstrom 1987)

1999

"... In PAGE 60: ...b) Table4 -2. a, b Hardening and tempering temperatures and procedures for tool steels... ..."

### Table 1. Intersection of lines.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 1 illustrates the basic non-Desarguesian con guration, that is, two triangles are centrally perspective from a point but not axially perspective from a line, and establishes our notation. Based on the non-Desarguesian con guration of Figure 1, Table1 lists the meets of all the lines. A question mark indicates that the meet is unde ned.... In PAGE 9: ... Lines through each point. point lines p1 l1 l4 l5 p2 l2 l4 l6 p3 l3 l5 l6 p4 l1 l7 l8 p5 l2 l7 l9 p6 l3 l8 l9 p7 l1 l2 l3 p8 l6 l9 l10 l12 p9 l4 l7 l10 l11 p10 l5 l8 l11 l12 check Table1 carefully, we know that l9 would be our only choice. We would like to note here that no more than three lines can meet at a new point because any set of four lines contains at least one intersecting pair.... ..."

### Table 1. Intersection of lines.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 1 illustrates the basic non-Desarguesian configuration, that is, two triangles are centrally perspective from a point but not axially perspective from a line, and establishes our notation. Based on the non-Desarguesian configuration of Figure 1, Table1 lists the meets of all the lines. A question mark indicates that the meet is undefined.... In PAGE 9: ... Lines through each point. point lines p1 l1 l4 l5 p2 l2 l4 l6 p3 l3 l5 l6 p4 l1 l7 l8 p5 l2 l7 l9 p6 l3 l8 l9 p7 l1 l2 l3 p8 l6 l9 l10 l12 p9 l4 l7 l10 l11 p10 l5 l8 l11 l12 check Table1 carefully, we know that l9 would be our only choice. We would like to note here that no more than three lines can meet at a new point because any set of four lines contains at least one intersecting pair.... ..."

### Table4: Correspondence P a P B a T

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"... In PAGE 23: ... As discussed above, even if the methods do not always rank the financial institutions similarly, they may still be useful for some regulatory purposes if they are consistentin identi~g which are most efficient md least efficient institutions. The upper triangle of the matrix shown in Table4 reports for each pair of fi-ontier 24Thenonparametric Kruskal-Wallistest can be used to test whetier mdtiple samples are drawn from the same population. Given the lack of consistencybetween the parametric and nonparametric techniques, it is not surprisingthat a Kruskal-Wallistest rejectedthe null hypothesisthat the nine sets of efficiencyscores all... In PAGE 24: ...orrespondence,and the value of .357 shown in the table is not statisticallysignificantlydifferent fi-om.250. The same analysis with respect to the lowest efficiency25Y0of banks -- the worst-practice -- is shown in the lower triangleof the table. Table4 tells essentially the same story as the rank-order correlations above -- there is very good consistency among the seven parametric techniques, very good consistency between the two nonparametric techniques, but poor consistencybetween the parametric and nonparametricmethods. Within the parametric techniques, the correspondenceof the best practice 25Y0of banks ranges from 49.... ..."