### TABLE XXXI EXAMPLE OF A CLASSICAL, DETERMINISTIC DISTRIBUTION

### Table 7.2. Examples of classical matrix groups over R.

### Table 7.2. Examples of classical matrix groups over R.

### Table 1: Results from classical protocol conversion examples

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### Table 1: The classical axioms

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"... In PAGE 4: ... a-free) expressions. Examples of equations in the theory S are those in Table1 , called the classical axioms by Conway [6, page 25], and the laws xy = yx (x + y) = x y : Unlike the classical axioms, the laws above only hold under the assumption that the alphabet is a singleton. The following identity is an easy consequence of the classical axioms: 0 = 1 : (1) An example of an equation that is contained in E, but not in S, is a + x = a :... In PAGE 6: ...Table1 . Instantiating these equations, we derive that EF proves all of the equalities C14:n(a).... In PAGE 8: ... In that case, we shall simply write Mp[[P ]] for the denotation of P in the algebra Mp. It is not hard to see that the equations C1{13 in Table1 are sound in the algebra Mp. We now proceed to show that the algebra Mp meets the requirements P1 and P2 that we set out to achieve.... ..."

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### Table X. An Instance r of R(T,A,S,E)

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### Table 2. Bandwidth allocations for example 1 for the sum of the objective function using.classical optimisatron techniques in comparison to genetic based optimisation techniques.

"... In PAGE 3: ... For ease of comparison the results are tabulated below. Table2 considers the sum of the objective functions and Table 3 the product of the objective function #1 Using MATLAB function constr.m for constrained non linear optimisation; uses a Sequential Quadratic Programming method.... ..."

### Table 4. The 6 rewrite rules shown above model the derivation of the inflected forms of all regular verb roots in ACB from the classical forms. Some example derivations are shown in the last three columns. Example Derivations Rule # Rewrite Rule

"... In PAGE 6: ... Some example derivations are also shown. The corresponding rules for generating the ACB forms are shown in Table4 . The 7 rules for /karA/ cannot model the derivation of all the 594 forms, because the emergence of the different morphological paradigm during the change necessitated formulation of paradigm specific rules.... ..."

### Table 4.1 gives results for the classic string Echo example, on standard RedHat, Win- dows NT and EPOC32(Psion) platforms, using the Python 1.5.2 interpreter. All values quoted are invocations-per-second.

### Table 1 gives an overview of possible values and combinations for those four dimensions. The approach was first introduced by Specht (Specht, 1998) and allows for new adaptive methods. As a classical example quot;Adaptive Sequencing quot; was described in the literature (Brusilovsky, 1996) where the sequence of learning object or learning units is adapted to the learner apos;s knowledge, skills, or preferences. As the possible combinations from table 1 show the classification system allows describing a wide variety of possible adaptive methods, which use different adaptation means, targets and goals, and apply different methods for information collection.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Table1 : A classification schema for adaptive methods Specht (1998) describes and experiments with different examples for adaptive methods that can be found in different research areas as Intelligent Tutoring Systems (Carbonell, 1970; Clancey, 1987; Anderson, Conrad et al., 1989), Adaptive User Interfaces (Carroll, 1984; Brusilovsky, Specht et al.... ..."