### Table 1. Key design decisions and corresponding alternatives

"... In PAGE 3: ... In addition to the questions of contract representation (data design) and the choice of a contracting system (function design), the collaborative contracting process requires the integration of external systems as well as the compliance with existing legislation. Table1 summarizes the four key design decisions regarding the implementation of a ... ..."

### Table 2: Design decisions

"... In PAGE 4: ... Therefore, some tasks are hard- ware implemented with a software con- trol (SWC). Table2 summarizes the hardware vs software design decisions. The DES encrypts a 64-bit plaintext using a 56-bit secret key.... ..."

### Table 1. Sumary of Touchstone design decisions.

"... In PAGE 3: ...ower, i.e., enabling researchers to conduct the necesary range of experiments with minimum aditional programing or design adjustments. Table1 shows our distilation of the experiment design proces into six key steps, each with one or more design decisions (Table 1). ... ..."

### Table 1 Ten key dimensions in the CSCW design space

2003

"... In PAGE 2: ... Here we aim to distinguish some of the important dimensions inherent in CSCW and to clarify the essential features that must be supported by CSCW systems. Table1 lists 10 key dimensions of the complex design space for CSCW; for each dimension, the table indicates two extreme design points. One important di- chotomy facing designers of CSCW technology occurs along the time dimension: Is there a requirement to sup- port cooperative work that occurs simultaneously (syn- chronously) or separately (asynchronously) or both? Another decision relates to space: Must the individual collaborators be physically located at the same site, such as a room or an auditorium? Of course, a more com- plicated requirement might also exist for multiple, physically distant, sites of collocated collaborators to be brought together virtually.... ..."

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### Table 4. Key to some alternative sampling designs showing selected criteria and some possible consequences (Vanclay, 1994).

1998

"... In PAGE 12: ....C. Dawkins (pers. comm.) developed a key to assist the design of forest inventories ( Table4 ), but it also serves to guide biodiversity assessments. This binary key is based on a few decisions at each of up to four steps and indicates one suitable sampling strategy and some possible caveats.... In PAGE 13: ...g., to draw species distribution maps; see Table4 ). However, prior data are usually available, and can be used as a basis for stratifying and improving the sample in other ways.... In PAGE 14: ... Vanclay apos;s, 1991 work on growth patterns), or by classifying on the inter-species contagion observed in species distributions. Table4 does not canvass the options of multi-stage and clustered sampling. These strategies may offer efficient ways to reduce travel costs associated with sampling (see e.... ..."

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### Table 7-8. Selection of Appropriate Data Collection Design. Decision Type of Design Optimum Number of Samples

"... In PAGE 72: ...). Table7 -1. Data Collection Design Determination.... In PAGE 72: ...ype of non-statistical design is appropriate (e.g., haphazard or judgmental). If the design is non-statistical, fill in the following table and skip to worksheet activity 5; if the design is statistical, proceed to the next table in this worksheet activity. Table7 -2. Data Collection Design Alternatives.... In PAGE 73: ...Rev. 1 A-37 Table7 -3. Statistical Design Determination.... In PAGE 73: ... Define a suggested method for testing the statistical hypothesis defined above and define a sample size formula that corresponds to the method, if one exists. Table7 -4. Mathematical Formula Expressions Needed to Solve Design Problems.... In PAGE 73: ... For example, if a mean concentration of a COPC will be measured by a field screening instrument rather than through laboratory analyses, the model that relates the field screening results to the concentration results must be specified, along with any assumptions upon which the model is based. Table7 -5. Relationships and Assumptions Between True and Measured Values.... In PAGE 74: ... Vary the Type I and Type II error rates (and other inputs in the equations) to examine the relationship between the number of samples and the inputs. Table7 -6. Calculation of Number of Samples for Each Design Alternative.... In PAGE 74: ...e.g., spatial and temporal boundaries or scope of the project). Table7 -7. Results of Trade-Off Analysis.... In PAGE 75: ...conceptual site model, historical data, or unforeseen implementation problems is to plan an alternative course of action that may be appropriate. Table7 -9. Outline of Alternative Strategies.... In PAGE 76: ...Rev. 1 A-40 Table7 -10. Key Features of Selected Design.... In PAGE 76: ...istribution of the parameter of interest (e.g., the mean concentration is assumed Gaussian) y Statistical independence y Distribution of the population of interest y Model that shows the relationship between the variable being measured and the variable of interest. Table7 -11. Documentation on Theoretical Assumptions.... ..."

### Table 7-4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch. (3 pages)

"... In PAGE 74: ... 7.2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table7 -1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table 7-1.... In PAGE 74: ...2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table 7-1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table7 -1. Determine Data Collection Design.... In PAGE 74: ...evere. Judgmental design rigor is indicated. Characterization sampling results will be verified by confirmatory sampling of analogous sites during the remedial design phase. N/A = not applicable Table7 -2 is used to develop general data collection design alternatives. If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental).... In PAGE 74: ... If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental). Table7 -2. Determine Non-Statistical Sampling Design.... In PAGE 75: ...Rev. 0 7-2 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 76: ...Rev. 0 7-3 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 83: ...he Z Ditches that are properly configured for SGL (i.e., single casing in contact with the formation) will also be logged with the spectral gamma detector to expand the Z Ditches SGL database. Table7 -4 identifies the existing wells that may be suitable for SGL. 7.... In PAGE 87: ...Rev. 0 7-14 Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... In PAGE 88: ...Rev. 0 7-15 Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... ..."

### Table 7-4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch. (3 pages)

"... In PAGE 74: ... 7.2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table7 -1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table 7-1.... In PAGE 74: ...2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table 7-1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table7 -1. Determine Data Collection Design.... In PAGE 74: ...evere. Judgmental design rigor is indicated. Characterization sampling results will be verified by confirmatory sampling of analogous sites during the remedial design phase. N/A = not applicable Table7 -2 is used to develop general data collection design alternatives. If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental).... In PAGE 74: ... If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental). Table7 -2. Determine Non-Statistical Sampling Design.... In PAGE 75: ...Rev. 0 7-2 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 76: ...Rev. 0 7-3 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 83: ...he Z Ditches that are properly configured for SGL (i.e., single casing in contact with the formation) will also be logged with the spectral gamma detector to expand the Z Ditches SGL database. Table7 -4 identifies the existing wells that may be suitable for SGL. 7.... In PAGE 86: ....4.5 Summary of Sampling Activities A summary of the sampling activities is presented in Table 7-4. Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... In PAGE 88: ...Rev. 0 7-15 Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... ..."

### Table 7-4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch. (3 pages)

"... In PAGE 74: ... 7.2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table7 -1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table 7-1.... In PAGE 74: ...2 WORKSHEETS FOR STEP 7 -- OPTIMIZE THE DESIGN Table 7-1 identifies information in relation to determining the data collection design. Table7 -1. Determine Data Collection Design.... In PAGE 74: ...evere. Judgmental design rigor is indicated. Characterization sampling results will be verified by confirmatory sampling of analogous sites during the remedial design phase. N/A = not applicable Table7 -2 is used to develop general data collection design alternatives. If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental).... In PAGE 74: ... If the data collection design for a given decision will be non-statistical, determine what type of non-statistical design is appropriate (haphazard or judgmental). Table7 -2. Determine Non-Statistical Sampling Design.... In PAGE 75: ...Rev. 0 7-2 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 76: ...Rev. 0 7-3 Table7 -3. Methods for Collection of Data at Depth.... In PAGE 83: ...he Z Ditches that are properly configured for SGL (i.e., single casing in contact with the formation) will also be logged with the spectral gamma detector to expand the Z Ditches SGL database. Table7 -4 identifies the existing wells that may be suitable for SGL. 7.... In PAGE 86: ....4.5 Summary of Sampling Activities A summary of the sampling activities is presented in Table 7-4. Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... In PAGE 87: ...Rev. 0 7-14 Table7 -4. Key Features of the Sampling Design for the 216-Z-11 Ditch.... ..."

### Table 4: An example of inconsistent design decisions

"... In PAGE 6: ... When performed by a perfect generator this action only fails if inconsistent design decisions exist. An example is given in Table4 . These inconsistent design decisions are of course impor-... ..."