### Table 1: Three estimation scenarios.

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ...parametric case. The three scenarios are summarized in Table1 . Note that the semiparametric model is a special case of the nonparametric model, and that the parametric model is a special case of the other two models.... ..."

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### Table 1. Special cases.

2005

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### Table 2.1 Parametric Cases

2006

### Table 9: Special Case Operations

"... In PAGE 10: ...ames. These typically involve degenerate cases, such as copying from one register to another. They exploit the fact that integer register $31 is always 0. Table9 lists some typical cases and their translationsinto actual Alpha instructions. No-op instructions nop are commonly used to pad code to meet specified alignment requirements.... In PAGE 10: ... Note that the native C compiler CC makes use of these special names. The GCC compiler, on the other hand, generates the implementation form shown in the right hand column of Table9 , as does the disassembler dis. Understanding these special cases is important to being able to read the code generated by these programs.... ..."

### Table 9: Special Case Operations

"... In PAGE 10: ...ames. These typically involve degenerate cases, such as copying from one register to another. They exploit the fact that integer register $31 is always 0. Table9 lists some typical cases and their translations into actual Alpha instructions. No-op instructions nop are commonly used to pad code to meet specified alignment requirements.... In PAGE 10: ... Note that the native C compiler CC makes use of these special names. The GCC compiler, on the other hand, generates the implementation form shown in the right hand column of Table9 , as does the disassembler dis. Understanding these special cases is important to being able to read the code generated by these programs.... ..."

### Table 2. Comparison for special cases

2004

"... In PAGE 12: ... Table2 illustrates the importance of checking for special cases. These include in- variants, syntactically safe properties, bounded LTL properties, and liveness properties of the form F p, where p is a propositional formula.... In PAGE 12: ...ng properties. The column labeled k has the same meaning as in Table 1. If the value of k is 0, the corresponding property is an inductive invariant. In Table2 , the general method is slower. There are two reasons for that: The rst is that using the termination criteria of Theorem 1 and (3a00) generate more clauses for a given value of k.... ..."

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### Table 2: Results for the algorithm applied to pose estimation. Here we used the parametrization function in (8). The corresponding weight matrices are shown in gure 3. We remark that in this case we used a kind of graph which was created for a di erent task: the segmentation of a face under the assumption that the pose is already known as described in [WFK]. Just by introducing weights in the discrimination function the errors could be reduced to the half. Here no ne tuning, like adding new nodes or selecting a special kind of gfk adapted to pose estimation, is done to increase the performance. This kind of work is still in progress and we will describe it more precisely in [KPM].

1997

"... In PAGE 7: ... In [Kru] more detailed results are discussed. Table2 gives the results for the learning of class dependent weights... ..."

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### Table 1: Special cases of processes.

1996

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### Table 5: Parametric Triangular Representation

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... In this case the area ooded by the water will be a point at 1:00 am, a triangle at 8:00 am, a quadrangle at 10:00 am, and a pentagon at 1:00 pm. This data can be represented as in Table5 . Notice that this table is no longer a standard relation but rather a parametric one (with parameter t).... ..."

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### Table 5: Parametric Triangular Representation

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ... In this case the area ooded by the water will be a point at 1:00 am, a triangle at 8:00 am, a quadrangle at 10:00 am, and a pentagon at 1:00 pm. This data can be represented as in Table5 . Notice that this table is no longer a standard relation but rather a parametric one (with parameter t).... ..."

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