### Table 8.1: Lengths of maximal words avoiding integer repetitions and abelian repetitions

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### Table 5: Vertex-transitive 5-elementary abelian covers of the Petersen graph

"... In PAGE 14: ... Namely, the flve subspaces Wj(1), j 2 Zp, and the nine subspaces in (3). Together with the full space Z6 5, they give rise to the flfteen covering projections in Table5 . Exactly two of them are also A-invariant, namely, W2(4) and Z6 5.... In PAGE 15: ... The possibility that the projections in Table 4 be isomorphic is thus reduced to checking the pairs in rows 1, 2 and rows 9, 10. In Table5 , however, the number of pairs that need to be checked is larger. That is, one has to check the pairs contained in the following sets of rows: f1; 2g, f3; 4g, f5; 6; 7; 8; 9g and f11; 12; 13; 14g.... ..."

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### Table 1 The upshot of the table is that all ( 0: 1: 2: 3) correspond to the same Abelian

"... In PAGE 31: ...5)(x ? W6), i.e., it is generated by replacing x by 1=x and 1 ? x in this equation. Obviously the ring of invariants of the symmetric functions of W4; W5 and W6 is just the cone M3, which explains why ~ A(1;4) has such a nice structure. Using Table 2, this leads to a geometric interpretation of the \intermediate quot; moduli space IP3 n S0, namely IP3 n S0 = ffW4; W5; W6g j Wi 2 C n f0; 1g; i 6 = j ) Wi 6 = Wjg : To explain this, remark that taking the base vectors mod 2 in the third column of Table 2 determines an ordering for the 4 half-periods on the canonical Jacobian which correspond to the lattice 2, which in turn induce an ordering in the points in W2; at the other hand, all elements in the second column of Table1 are the same mod 2. 2) In the classical literature one de nes a Rosenhain tetrahedron for a Kummer surface as a tetrahedron in IP3 with singular planes of the surface as faces and singular points of it as vertices.... ..."

### Table 7.1. Application. tmax is the maximal Abelian subalgebra of the corresponding simple algebra gi. No:

### Table 8.1. Lengths of maximal words avoiding integer repetitions and abelian repetitions

### Table 1. Arrangements of n 6 planes in R4: Number 3;d of index 3 subgroups, according to their abelianization, Zn Zd 3.

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### Table 1. Arrangements of n 6 planes in R4: Number 3;d of index 3 subgroups, according to their abelianization, Zn Zd 3.

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### TABLE 1. Transitive m-systems of finite polar spaces admitting an insoluble group with non-abelian composition factor S.

### Table 7.1. Known families of smooth non general type surfaces in P4 Enriques-Kodaira Classi cation degree rational ruled Enriques K3 abelian bielliptic elliptic

### Table 7 Necessary system knowledge for each of the 24 individualization cate gories.

1991

"... In PAGE 28: ... The necessary knowledge for user-tailoring a dialog system can be analyzed in more detail using the matrix classification scheme. In Table7 the necessary system knowledge is listed for each of the 24 individualization categories. Table 7 shows that method M1 (selectable alternatives) requires no special know- ledge about indivdualization procedures and is therefore most suitable for casual users, as has already been claimed.... In PAGE 28: ... In Table 7 the necessary system knowledge is listed for each of the 24 individualization categories. Table7 shows that method M1 (selectable alternatives) requires no special know- ledge about indivdualization procedures and is therefore most suitable for casual users, as has already been claimed. More interesting is the distinction between method M3 and M4 (configuration program/configuration file), since these methods offer the same possibilities (a high degree of freedom), but require different know- ledge.... In PAGE 28: ... More interesting is the distinction between method M3 and M4 (configuration program/configuration file), since these methods offer the same possibilities (a high degree of freedom), but require different know- ledge. Table7 shows that a special syntax in addition to the use of a text editor must be known for the configuration file method M4. Method M3 requires only knowledge about a special configuration program and will therefore be easier to understand.... In PAGE 29: ... Here user-tailoring becomes a dominant part of the user apos;s job and will be carried out regularly. In this case (see Table7 ) the... ..."

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