### Table 1: Size of models (in thousands) built from the NAB and Switchboard corpora, with failure transitions a81 versus the exact offline representation.

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ... The start state backs off to a135 , which does not include a transition to the state labeled a19 , thus eliminating the invalid path. Table1 gives the sizes of three models in terms of transitions and states, for both the failure transition and a106 -transition encoding of the model. The DARPA North American Business News (NAB) corpus contains 250 million words, with a vocabulary of 463,331 words.... ..."

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### Table 1: Size of models (in thousands) built from the NAB and Switchboard corpora, with failure transitions a35 versus the exact offline representation.

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ... The start state backs off to a144 , which does not include a transition to the state labeled a28 , thus eliminating the invalid path. Table1 gives the sizes of three models in terms of transitions and states, for both the failure transition and a118 -transition encoding of the model. The DARPA North American Business News (NAB) corpus contains 250 million words, with a vocabulary of 463,331 words.... ..."

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### Table 1: Size of models (in thousands) built from the NAB and Switchboard corpora, with failure transitions a35 versus the exact offline representation.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The start state backs off to a144 , which does not include a transition to the state labeled a28 , thus eliminating the invalid path. Table1 gives the sizes of three models in terms of transitions and states, for both the failure transition and a118 -transition encoding of the model. The DARPA North American Business News (NAB) corpus contains 250 million words, with a vocabulary of 463,331 words.... ..."

### Table 6: Restricted Transition Model; All Failures

"... In PAGE 27: ...this is a special case of the transition model, and we have already seen that the effect of democracy on state failure changes dramatically depending on whether we are modeling entry into failure or exit from failure, we know the transition model is preferred to the restricted transition model for this data set and specification. But even so, it is interesting to compare the restricted transition results, shown in Table6 , with our prior results. Table 6: Restricted Transition Model; All Failures... ..."

### Table 1: Transition probabilities and failure rates

"... In PAGE 4: ... Uncertain arcs are marked as bold lines in the graph. The model has the transition probabilities and pre-test estimates of the arc failure rates as given in Table1 . The uncertain arcs have failure rates of 0.... In PAGE 4: ...0 .0001 Table1 : Transition probabilities and failure rates From State To State Transition Probability Failure... ..."

### Table 1: Transition probabilities and failure rates

"... In PAGE 4: ... Uncertain arcs are marked as bold lines in the graph. The model has the transition probabilities and pre-test estimates of the arc failure rates as given in Table1 . The uncertain arcs have failure rates of 0.... In PAGE 4: ...ailure rates of 0.2 and the background failure rate is .0001. All arcs have unit testing cost. Tables 2 and 3 are computed analytically from the Table1 : Transition probabilities and failure rates From State To State Transition Probability Failure Rate S1 S2 1.0 .... ..."

### Table 1 Ratio of failure transitions to all transitions, C,/S,.

"... In PAGE 7: ... By generating the state space, we determined the count of the number of possible transitions C, to network failure states and the total number of transitions S, out of all states with (i - 1) link faults. These counts are shown in Table1 . Exact values for FiL are computed from In Figure 5 we plot the fraction of ith-link faults that cause network failure, given that the network had not failed after (i - 1) link faults.... ..."

### Table 2: Outline of a transition, success, and failure logic table

2007

"... In PAGE 7: ... Constraint types are designed for each state variable based on the different ways the state variable will be controlled or estimated. For each type of constraint and each possible combination of constraint types on each controllable state variable, fill out the table of transition logic between types of constraints, as outlined in Table2 . This transition logic is associated with the isReadyToTransition function in MDS.... In PAGE 7: ... 9. For each constraint type for each CSV, fill out the columns of success and failure condition logic, as outlined in Table2 . Success logic is defined as the transition logic from a constraint type to either a specified success state or to an unconstrained state.... ..."

### Table 6. Failure rates

2004

"... In PAGE 22: ... Table6 shows the default values used for the rates of the exponential transitions of the net. These values have been derived from the INEEL (Idaho national Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) reports [9].... ..."

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### Table 6. Failure rates

2004

"... In PAGE 20: ... Table6 shows the default values used for the rates of the exponential transitions of the net. These values have been derived from the INEEL (Idaho national Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) reports [12].... ..."

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