### Table 1: Numbers of gures or pictures in articles of the Proceedings IEEE Vi- sualization and ACM SIGGRAPH. On the average, each article contains about eight gures.

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### Table 5. Most cited Journals in ER papers up to 1999. Journal Title # Cites ACM Transactions on Database Systems 886 Communications of the ACM 278

"... In PAGE 4: ... Source names in Table 4 follow the journal abbreviations used by the Web of Science. See Table5 for a list of the most popular ones. Table 4 is predominated by journal papers, except the two ER papers by Scheuermann and Santos.... In PAGE 4: ... Table 4 is predominated by journal papers, except the two ER papers by Scheuermann and Santos. Table5 lists most frequently cited journals in ER papers between 1979 and 1999. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1. Statistics for GD, ACM [8], and NCSTRL [17].

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"... In PAGE 11: ...4 Statistical of the Graph Drawing Literature We compared the data from the GD database, with the data from two computer science databases, the ACM database [8] and the NCSTRL database [17]. Table1 shows a summary of the overall statistics and they are examined in the detail in the appendix. References 1.... ..."

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### Table 2: Compression evaluation using les in the Canterbury corpus (Large Set) The original le size (with some pre xes), compressed le size by gzip and compress, and the improvement (%) made by LZW-FP, FPA, and FPA-24 over gzip and compress [FM95] M. Farach and S. Muthukrishnan. Optimal parallel dictionary matching and compression. In ACM Symposium on Parallel Algorithms and Architectures, 1995. [FNS+95] M. Farach, M. Noordeweir, S. Savari, L. Shepp, A. J. Wyner, and J. Ziv. The entropy of DNA: Al- gorithms and measurements based on memory and rapid convergence. In ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms, 1995.

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### Table 6. Basic statistic measures extracted from LNCS proceedings.

"... In PAGE 8: ...igure 2. Statistical distribution of the number of papers per author. We have accumulated the statistics about authors to come up with statistics about the countries of origin of the accepted papers. The number of countries per year is known from Table6... In PAGE 11: ...e. 31 papers divided by 254, the sum the 4th column of Table6 ). 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Ita-Pol Fin-Ukr Gre-USA Fra-Rus Ire-Pol Hun-Ger Cze-Ger Net-UK Rus-Sin Pol- USA India- USA Bel-Ger- Isr Austra- Jap Gree- Spa NZea- Ger Fin-Ire- UK Cyp- USA Austri- Swi Spa- USA Ger-USA Cze- Slova Gre- USA SAra- USA Fra-Swi Ger- USA Ger-Hun Gre-Spa Gre-Pol Gre- Spa Gre-Spa Sin-USA Table 11.... ..."

### Table 4: The Tcl Warp Application Programming Interface [2] J S Plank, M Beck, G Kingsley, and K Li. Libckpt: Transparent Checkpointing under Unix. In Proceedings of USENIX Winter 1995 Technical Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, January 1995. [3] Warp Project. Warp 2.1.2 Application Programming Interfaces. Warp Report W2-95, Division of Computer Science, University of St Andrews, North Haugh, St Andrews KY16 9SS, May 1995.

"... In PAGE 9: ...arp 2.1.2 provides applications to access the Warp mechanism from both Tcl and C [3]. Table4 summarise the Tcl WAPI. The C WAPI is implemented on top of the Tcl runtime library.... ..."

### Table I. ACM Transactions on Computer Systems, Vol. 2, No. 2, May 1984.

### Tables, Proceedings of the 1996 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, ACM Press, Montreal, Canada, pp. 1-12. 9. Wijsen, J., and Meersmen, R., 1998, On the Complexity of Mining Quantitative Association Rules, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 263-281.

### Table 1: Convergence rates for several = ( 1; 2)T for uniform re nement (upper) and adaptive re nement (lower). 4. References 1 Bank, R.E., Dupont, T.F., Yserentant, H.: The hierarchical basis multigrid method. Numer. Math. 52, 427-458 (1988) 2 Bank, R.E., Gutsch, S.: Hierarchical basis for the convection-di usion equation on unstructured meshes. Ninth Interna- tional Symposium on Domain Decomposition Methods for Partial Di erential Equations (P. Bj rstad, M. Espedal and D. Keyes, eds.), J. Wiley and Sons, New York, (1996) to appear 3 Bank, R.E., Gutsch, S.: The generalized hierarchical basis two-level method for the convection-di usion equation on a regular grid. submitted to the Proceedings of the 5th European Multigrid Conference in Stuttgart (1996) 4 Bank, R.E., Xu, J.: The hierarchical basis multigrid method and incomplete LU decomposition. Seventh International Symposium on Domain Decomposition Methods for Partial Di erential Equations (D. Keyes and J. Xu, eds.), 163-173. AMS, Providence, Rhode Island (1994) 5 Reusken, A.A.: Approximate cyclic reduction preconditioning. Preprint RANA 97-02, Eindhoven University of Technology Addresses: Randolph E. Bank, Department of Mathematics, University of California at San Diego, USA Sabine Gutsch, Mathematical Seminar II, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, Germany

### Table 1 Comparison of inductive principles.

"... In PAGE 15: ...989]. However, application of MDL to other types of model, i.e. feedforward neural networks has not been successful, due to difficulty in developing optimal encoding of the network in a data-dependent fashion. We conclude this section by summarizing properties of various inductive principles (see Table1 ). All inductive principles use a (given) class of approximating functions.... In PAGE 15: ... Meaningful (empirical) comparisons could be certainly helpful, but are not readily available, mainly because each inductive approach comes with its own set of assumptions and terminology. In this respect, the comparison in Table1 may be helpful for developing future comparisons. Each inductive principle, when reasonably applied, usually yields an acceptable solution for practical applications.... ..."