### Table 3. Total number of backtracks to solve instances of Solitaire Battleships, using regular constraints on the rows and columns.

2006

"... In PAGE 9: ...variables are no longer needed, nor are the implied constraints described in section 5. Table3 shows the experimental results from the CP model with regular constraints. The easy instances can now be solved without search; propagating the constraints is sufficient to identify the solution.... In PAGE 10: ...1 Search Strategy Although the ultimate aim in modelling Solitaire Battleships is to find the solution by constraint propagation rather than search, until that can be achieved, a subsidiary aim should be to minimise the search. Table3 shows that the best search strategy depends on the model, providing further confirmation of an observation made by Beacham et al. [1].... ..."

### Table 6. Number of Total and Selected Regularities/Constraints and Computing Times for Example Models.

2004

"... In PAGE 28: ... Our example models are shown in Figure 6. Table6 lists the number of regularities detected and the number of constraints required to describe them, and how many of each were selected to improve the model. Note how large these numbers are even for relatively simple objects.... ..."

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### Table 3. Description of test problems # source, problem id. type objective constraints regularity variables constraints

1998

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### Table 1: Formalizing (syntagmatic/paradigmatic) constraints by consecutive ( - and -) abstractions over usage regularities of items xi; yj respectively.

in Situation Semantics and Computational Linguistics: towards Informational Ecology -- A semiotic . . .

1995

"... In PAGE 26: ...0 1.0 Table1 0: Fuzzy 1:1 semantic de nition of hedge-predicates (HP) in membership-values of distance ranges (DR) measured by reference-plane grid-points. It is to be noted here, too, that the initial visualization chosen to be a two-dimensional plane spanned by orthogonal coordinates is not a situational necessity of the space concept but only the most conventionalized frame for representing de nite locations abstracting from their situational embedding.... ..."

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### Table 1: Formalizing (syntagmatic/paradigmatic) constraints by consecutive ( - and -) abstractions over usage regularities of items xi; yj respectively.

1995

"... In PAGE 27: ...0 1.0 Table1 0: Fuzzy 1:1 semantic de nition of hedge-predicates (HP) in membership-values of distance ranges (DR) measured by reference-plane grid-points. As may be gathered from what has been outlined so far, the non-propositional processing of a set (corpus) of sets (texts) of correct and true language expressions (sentences) of propositions describing ( xed) object locations relative to (changing) system positions resulted in an internal memory of labelled meaning points in a vector space (SHS) format whose intrinsic structure was made visible by three consecutive stages of representations.... ..."

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### Table 1: Formalizing (syntagmatic/paradigmatic) constraints by consecutive ( - and -) abstractions over usage regularities of items xi; yj respectively.

1995

"... In PAGE 26: ...0 1.0 Table1 0: Fuzzy 1:1 semantic de nition of hedge-predicates (HP) in membership-values of distance ranges (DR) measured by reference-plane grid-points. It is to be noted here, too, that the initial visualization chosen to be a two-dimensional plane spanned by orthogonal coordinates is not a situational necessity of the space concept but only the most conventionalized frame for representing de nite locations abstracting from their situational embedding.... ..."

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1991

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1992

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