### Table 3: SPARQL test queries Query Patterns, SQL Result Time

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"... In PAGE 12: ...lient, we used aggregate functions in the outmost SQL SELECT clause list (e.g., each column name appears as AVG(LENGTH(column))). The test queries, their patterns, variables, required SQL joins, result and execution time are shown in Table3 . The B+-tree indexes were creates for each table column to evaluate queries Q3, Q4 and Q9.... ..."

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### Table 2.1: The SPARQL query result

### Table 11. Avoidance of generalized patterns in permutations

"... In PAGE 19: ... Relations to several well studied combinatorial structures, such as set partitions (see [105]), Dyck paths (see [163]), Motzkin paths (see [66]) and involutions (see [200]), were shown there. The main results from that paper are given in Table11 , where Bn is the n-th Bell number, Cn is the n-th Catalan number, and Bstar n is the n-th Bessel number. For some other results on generalized permutation patterns see [63, 64, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118, 142, 146, 147].... In PAGE 19: ...Table 11. Avoidance of generalized patterns in permutations As in the paper by Simion and Schmidt [199], dealing with the classical patterns, Claes- son [62], Claesson and Mansour [63] considered a number of cases when permutations have to avoid two or more generalized patterns simultaneously (see Table11 ). In [113], Kitaev gave either an explicit formula or a recursive formula for almost all cases of simul- taneous avoidance of more than two generalized patterns of length three with no dashes, and listed what was known about double restrictions (the remaining cases were described... ..."

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### Table 2. Example of generalized tagging rule Pattern

"... In PAGE 7: ... This induction algorithm is also used for the other two types of rules discussed below. Table2 indicates a generalized tagging rule for the start boundary identification of the Speaker. Table 2.... ..."

### Table 3. The Generalization matrix for the Checkpointed System pattern.

### Table 3: Specialization relationships between work ow patterns Nr Specialized Pattern Name General Pattern

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"... In PAGE 83: ... For some patterns such as the Synchronization (WCP-2) or several of the Discriminator variants, there are several possible specializations. Table3 identi- fles each of these relationships. Table 3: Specialization relationships between work ow patterns Nr Specialized Pattern Name General Pattern... ..."

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### Table 1. SPARQL query for finding the value of hasPADomain property.

"... In PAGE 36: ... Then SPARQL queries are sent to the reasoner (Pellet) asking for the properties of the public services that are linked to this individual. Such a SPARQL query asking for the value of hasPADomain prop- erty is given in Table1 below. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1. Average Execution Time for a SPARQL Mapping

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"... In PAGE 12: ... Unlike the first measurement, the second depends on various factors, like network or database performance, which can hardly be influenced by RDQuery. In Table1 , the average execution time of the query translations... ..."

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