### Table 3. Rotated Factor pattern.

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ..., (2004) for goat milk and by Bencini (2002) for ewe and cow milks. Factor analysis split the total covariance into three latent factors ( Table3 ); the first factor explained 51.2%, the second factor explained 36.... In PAGE 4: ..., 1977). The first latent factor could be defined as slow milks , because the high loadings (indicated with an asterisk in Table3 ) are linked with pH and r variables. The name given to factor 1 implies that it is linked to qualitative characteristics, typical of milk samples that clot slowly.... ..."

### Table 1 without load with load

2003

"... In PAGE 13: ...BE as in [11]. The experimental results in terms of the quantitative indexes are given in Table1 and in terms of time history are given in Figs.1-8.... ..."

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### TABLE I without load with load

2004

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### Table 3. Loads and Load Factors

### TABLE I without load with load

### Table 3: Scaling properties of Tildeclassic in terms of the number of examples multiplication time (CPU seconds) factor induction compilation

1999

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### Table 5: Scaling properties of Tilde without locality assumption, without indexing, in terms of number of examples multiplication time (CPU seconds) factor induction compilation

1999

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### Table 3. Scaling properties of Tildeclassic in terms of the number of examples multiplication time (CPU seconds)

1999

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### Table 3. Scaling properties of Tildeclassic in terms of the number of examples

1999

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