### Table 9 List of suggested conservation methods by the villages Village name Suggested conservation methods Kwamsambu

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 8 most depleted trees species and it use.....................................................................................38 Table9 List of suggested conservation methods by the villages.... ..."

### Table VI. Results obtained from the suggested method versus the supervised version of the graph approach suggested in [Camacho and Salhi 2005].

### Table 2: Suggestions for response analysis methods

1998

"... In PAGE 37: ... Table l : Suggestions for input pattern methods LFSR-config LFSR or LFSR~config LFSR The second factor discussed was how the response of the stripe should be analyzed, and we presented three possible solutions to this problem. Table2 shows when each method should be employed for the PipeRench architecture. Table 2: Suggestions for response analysis methods... ..."

### Table 3. Suggested methods for field measurements of variables used in the croaker HSI model. a

in (Revised)

1985

"... In PAGE 24: ...s should be used to check the suitability of extrapolations from other sources. Suggested methods for measuring model variables are given in Table3 . Sources of data should be documented.... ..."

### Table 1. Cut Formulae Suggested by Guiding Method for Various Examples

"... In PAGE 3: ... The quot;guiding proofs quot; in this stronger system may succeed in producing proofs in the original system when other methods fail (cf. Table1 ). This method has been automated for simple arithmetical examples and results in the suggestion of an appropriate cut formula.... In PAGE 12: ...ig. 6. Comparison of Standard Induction and Induction over Proofs Meta-induction over w-proofs is a more powerful form of induction than induction in PA, in the sense that there are cases (cf. Table1 ) in which induction in PA is blocked (and therefore a cut is required), but meta-induction in P Acw works, making use of proof structure. Therefore, a cut in PA may be avoided by carrying out meta-induction over w-proofs.... In PAGE 19: ... note 5., Table1 ). This contrasts with alternative methods 12 cf.... ..."

### Table 7 is an extended version of Table 4. It suggests that the calculation method proposed

"... In PAGE 8: ... Our calculations suggest that for a xed p, each sequence of the absolute value j (p) n j of the errors made when predicting p steps ahead decreases with (possibly) some small oscillation. The errors (p) n for higher values of p are given in Table7 (Appendix B). The same remark about their decrease with small oscillation applies to values of p up to 8.... In PAGE 8: ... The validity of these predictions for n = 24 and n = 25 is suggested by the stability of the scheme, as described in the previous section (see Table 4). A similar analysis of Table7 vindicates the further values and the bounds on the errors to be found in Table 5. In order to perform the calculations of the recurrences, evaluation procedures, and estimates for each n between 1 and 23, not more than 60 seconds of CPU time were... In PAGE 11: ... 140. n 16 17 18 19 20 21 p = 1 ;2:0 10 ;6 4:4 10 ;6 ;5:2 10 ;6 8:6 10 ;6 ;1:9 10 ;6 3:7 10 ;6 p = 2 ;3:8 10 ;6 1:1 10 ;5 ;1:9 10 ;5 3:4 10 ;5 ;6:7 10 ;6 2:0 10 ;5 p = 3 ;8:8 10 ;6 2:0 10 ;5 ;4:6 10 ;5 8:3 10 ;5 ;1:6 10 ;5 p = 4 ;1:7 10 ;5 2:9 10 ;5 ;9:0 10 ;5 1:6 10 ;4 p = 5 ;3:0 10 ;5 3:7 10 ;5 ;1:6 10 ; 4 p = 6 ;4:9 10 ;5 4:2 10 ;5 p = 7 ;7:3 10 ;5 n 22 p = 1 ;7:6 10 ;7 Table7 : Error ; (p) n of the prediction and measure n = (8) n = (1) n of its variation with p... ..."

### Table 3. Suggested method for measuring habitat variables included in wintering lesser scaup HSI model.

### Table 3. Suggested methods for measuring habitat variables included in the American alligator MS1 model.

### Table 3 Global mapping quality with the suggested dense spherical mapping method

"... In PAGE 9: ...3 Performance evaluation In order to quantitatively and visually demonstrate the performance gains made possible by the dense spherical mapping approach, a mapping error is de ned for each surfel: i = 2 4 X 8sj2Sr (dij ij)2 ij2 3 5 1 2 (3) where Sr is a set of 100 randomly selected surfels. Table3 shows the global mapping errors (RMS values of the surfel mapping errors) obtained using the dense spherical mapping method presented in this... ..."

### Table 1: The three suggested methods and their characteris- tics. CORR means a standard correlation method, the other metrics are defined by Formula 1,2 and 3.

"... In PAGE 2: ... 2: Intersection area and exclusion areas between user1 and user2 STV. For each method, we elaborate a metric ( Table1 ). The order of the metric may be symmetrical (the metric applied from user1 STV to user2 STV is the same as the metric applied from user2 STV to user1 STV) or asym- metric (the metric applied from user1 STV to user2 STV is not the same as the metric applied from user2 STV to user1 STV).... ..."