### Table 2: Trace for the task of counting, controlled by events b, s, r and e. 3 Speci cation of the power transformer station 3.1 General description of a power transformer station

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### Table 2: Trace for the task of counting, controlled by events b, s, r and e. 3 Speci cation of the power transformer station 3.1 General description of a power transformer station

### Table 3: Monte Carlo estimates of the sample purities for dilepton events. The b ! ` fraction includes also b ! c ! ` and b ! ! `.

"... In PAGE 5: ...nd 20% for electrons. The e ciency varies by about 1% for the muons and 0.5% for electrons depending on the decay model used. The sample purities are shown in Table 2 for single lepton events and in Table3 for dilepton events. Category e b ! ` 65.... ..."

### Table 2: Trace for the task of counting, controlled by events b, s, r and e. In processes i.e., systems of equations, on is distributed on sub-processes, and propagated down to primitive equations.

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### Table 2: Segment space events are represented for the four-region example. The columns under I and E denote the include and exclude sets, respectively. The column under (I; E) gives the corresponding event in B1.

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"... In PAGE 14: ... This happens in the example when R4 is cut o from R1 by excluding R2 and R3. In Table2 we show the representation for a few events in B1 in terms of (I; E). In rows 4 and 8 to 13 of the table, (I; E) corresponds to a ground segment event.... ..."

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### Table 2: Segment space events are represented for the four-region example. The columns under I and E denote the include and exclude sets, respectively. The column under (I; E) gives the corresponding event in B1.

"... In PAGE 14: ... This happens in the example when R4 is cut o from R1 by excluding R2 and R3. In Table2 we show the representation for a few events in B1 in terms of (I; E). In rows 4 and 8 to 13 of the table, (I; E) corresponds to a ground segment event.... ..."

### Table 1. Combined spatial data (* using a 90% min cutoff)

"... In PAGE 4: ...After the spatial probability calculation is performed for each pattern, a table can be created that gives all of the probabilities that events will occur at two given locations; as shown in Table 1. Table1 shows the probability that pattern Pi occurs at location lx then location ly. For example, if P1 is event A then event B, the first percentage in Table 1 means that for every 100 times event A occurs at l1, event B occurs once during the correct time period at location l2.... In PAGE 4: ... Table 1 shows the probability that pattern Pi occurs at location lx then location ly. For example, if P1 is event A then event B, the first percentage in Table1 means that for every 100 times event A occurs at l1, event B occurs once during the correct time period at location l2. The combined column shows the summation of the percentages in the rows that are greater than our minimum confidence value, 90%.... In PAGE 4: ...ncorrect relationships to be included; i.e. false positives. From the data in Table1 we can construct a generalized relationship graph; as shown in Figure 4. We can use this relationship graph to help us more accurately correlate future events.... ..."

### Table 2. Numbers of expected signal (S) and background events (B) in 1 fb?1 for the high-mass channels.

### Table 3.1: Summary of the MC samples for signal and background. Mode Events B Expected events Relative

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