### Table 1. Geometric and topologic properties of data structure elements appearing in Figure 2.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Three data structures for describing Delaunay triangulation, based on the point, edge and triangle: (a) point based data structure; (b) edge based data structure (modified from Heller, 1990); (c) triangle based data (modified from Bjorke, 1988). The list of properties for each element is shown in Table1 . The point-based structure (Figure 2(a)) contains information about how neighbouring points form a triangle.... ..."

### Table 2: Topological Properties

1994

"... In PAGE 3: ... Notice that the star topology is merely the limiting case of the m-tree topology with d = 1 and m = n. These results are summarized in Table2 . For later com- parisons, we now compute the resource usages of multi- cast and simultaneous unicasts.... ..."

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### Table 1: Composition and Properties of WGPu

"... In PAGE 11: ...LIST OF TABLES Table1 : Composition and Properties of WGPu .... In PAGE 15: ...1 Development of the Computer Simulation The code, deemed Plutose, was developed to simulate the effects of storage. It applies to a semi-infinite medium of WGPu ( Table1 ) adjacent to a thick medium of stainless steel - 316. Table 1: Composition and Properties of WGPu... In PAGE 15: ... It is the addition of gallium that causes the change in crystal structure and, in turn, a change in density. The source of alphas vary according to the decay scheme presented by the composition listed in Table1 . Pu-241 (T1/2 = 14.... ..."

### Table 2: Topological Properties of Chord

2003

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### Table 3: Topological Properties of CAN

2003

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### Table 1 Properties of network topologies.

"... In PAGE 4: ...5 Experimental procedures for Internet-04. must be within the number of single degree nodes, which is shown in Table1 . Next, root routers and sets of destination routers were selected uniformly and randomly, multicast de- livery trees were constructed, and the metrics were calcu- lated while varying island radius.... ..."

### Table 2: Topological Properties of Chord

### Table 3: Topological Properties of CAN

### Table 1. This table indicates in which way the event structures from [8{10] correspond with subclasses of our event structures. In all 7 cases we have that any event structure from [8{10] translates into one of ours with the listed properties, that has the same events and con gurations; and vice versa, that for each of our event structures with the required properties an event structure from [8{10] can be found that has the same events and con gurations. As indicated, we use the left-closed con gurations for the event structures from [8], and the secured con gurations for the ones from [9, 10]. For the prime event structures from [9, 10] the two notions of con guration coincide.

2004

"... In PAGE 8: ... It follows that our secured con gurations generalise the con gurations of [9, 10]. Table1 tells exactly how the various event structures of [8{10] can be regarded as subclasses of our event structures. Again, the proofs of the claims therein will be provided in [3].... ..."

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### Table 1. This table indicates in which way the event structures from [8{10] correspond with subclasses of our event structures. In all 7 cases we have that any event structure from [8{10] translates into one of ours with the listed properties, that has the same events and con gurations; and vice versa, that for each of our event structures with the required properties an event structure from [8{10] can be found that has the same events and con gurations. As indicated, we use the left-closed con gurations for the event structures from [8], and the secured con gurations for the ones from [9, 10]. For the prime event structures from [9, 10] the two notions of con guration coincide.

2004

"... In PAGE 8: ... It follows that our secured con gurations generalise the con gurations of [9, 10]. Table1 tells exactly how the various event structures of [8{10] can be regarded as subclasses of our event structures. Again, the proofs of the claims therein will be provided in [3].... ..."

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