### Table 8 Lattice energy calculations using the Tripos and Dreiding force Welds in kcal mol21

1998

"... In PAGE 11: ....6.1 KAXXAL. Lattice energy calculations employing the Dreiding force Weld ( Table8 ) indicate that form I packs 1.4 kcal mol21 more eYciently than form II.... In PAGE 12: ...inimised producing packing energies of 230.7 and 231.9 kcal mol21, respectively. A comparison with the fully minimised lattice energies ( Table8 ) shows that neither of the two trial structures are as stable as the observed forms. The TRIAL 2 structure is close in energy to the value found for form I BIXGIY and on the limit of the energy window suggested for... ..."

### Table 7: Translation examples for the BTEC task. System Translation

2006

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### Table 1. Translations between logical and algebraic systems.

1997

"... In PAGE 11: ... Composing the translations arising from the Burris-McKenzie approach with those arising from algebraisation yields a further two translations from rst- order logic to quasi-propositional skew Boolean logic and its dual. Table1 summarises the translations between systems: the trivial translations are indicated by \? quot; and the transla- tions of interest here are denoted by \X quot;. In the table and in the sequel, S is the enriched right-handed countable-valued skew Boolean intersection algebra, Sd is the enriched left-handed dual skew Boolean intersection algebra, S is quasi-propositional skew Boolean logic, Sd is quasi- propositional dual skew Boolean logic, and L is a system of rst-order logic with equality.... ..."

### Table 3. Translation sample

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...27 Table 2. Accuracy results Table3 shows the system output for the short movie script fragment from Table 1 in section 2, along with evaluations, as described above. Notice that three of the sentence from Table 1 could not be translated by the current state of the S amp;B system.... ..."

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### Table 4.4.2 Lattice (RCD) (System RC)

2000

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### Table II: Performance of Update of 324 lattice on 512 cell system

### Table 1: Signs of eigenvalues for primary bifurcation branches on the square lattice; a1; : : : ; a4 are coe cients in the bifurcation equation (15). See [9] for more details. Planform Signs of non-zero eigenvalues

2000

"... In PAGE 23: ...the parameter ^ a in the Lengyel-Epstein CIMA model (40). The diagram was generated by substituting the coe cient expressions from Appendix A into Table1 and evaluating at di erent points in the ^ a ? plane. The region near lattice angle = =3 has been removed, since this angle gives a hexagonal interaction,.... In PAGE 24: ... Figure 5 is a plot in the ( ; ^ a) plane, generated by calculating the bifurcation coe cients a1, a2 = h( =2), a3 = h( ), and a4 = h( =2 ? ), as given in the Appendix. These coe cients are then substituted into the eigenvalue expressions in Table1 , generating the stability assignments in the gure. The region surrounding = =3 has been removed since h( ) diverges as ! =3; the hexagonal lattice analysis is required at this point.... In PAGE 26: ... Super squares are invariant under re ections of the square domain; anti-squares have symmetries involving both translations and re ections (see [9] for details). In Section 4 a system was constructed which supported stable super hexagons; by using the Appendix coe cient expressions, coupled with the stability information in Table1 , we may similarly construct a system which supports either super or anti- squares. (The relative stability of super and anti-squares is determined by terms of... ..."

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### Table 4: Translation Results

"... In PAGE 4: ... To evaluate the translation quality we used NIST MTeval v9c [MTeval]. The results are listed in Table4 . For comparison, we give also the results for Systran apos;s publicly available translation system [Systran].... ..."

### Table 5. Translation Example

"... In PAGE 7: ... In this section, we will use an example to further discuss the reason behind the improvement of the SMT system by using syn- thetic bilingual corpus. Table5 shows an English sentence and its Chinese translations produced by different methods. And Figure 3 shows the phrase pairs used for translation.... ..."