### Table 3: Graph theoretic classes for modelling diagrams

"... In PAGE 55: ... The review criteria were applied to each diagram appropriately, in terms of its graph-theoretic class, conformance, presentation and interaction. A summary of the results of applying graph theoretic class criteria to modelling diagrams is in Table3 and program visualizations is in Table 4. Each diagram in the review is described by its graph type(s) and the four boolean attributes: directed, cyclic, connected and planar.... In PAGE 55: ... Both tables contain many entries for rooted trees whose attributes are fixed and several other entries for which applying this criteria is not relevant. Table3 gives us a clearer understanding of the results, by showing all un-repeated entries for simple graphs and multigraphs. From the diversity shown in this table we can infer that a graph drawing tool must provide a large amount of flexibility in the types of graphs it can handle.... ..."

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### Table 4: Graph theoretic classes for program visualizations

"... In PAGE 55: ... The review criteria were applied to each diagram appropriately, in terms of its graph-theoretic class, conformance, presentation and interaction. A summary of the results of applying graph theoretic class criteria to modelling diagrams is in Table 3 and program visualizations is in Table4 . Each diagram in the review is described by its graph type(s) and the four boolean attributes: directed, cyclic, connected and planar.... ..."

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### TABLE 8- The theoretical model

### Table 3 Theoretical (T) and empirical (E) sensitivities of optimal seeds in the four models. Letters C, D, M, Z indicate the CHK, DOG, MUS and ZFS comparisons, respectively. Cdo represents sensitivity values for the optimal DOG seeds (do) when applied to the CHK (C) model. Values are averaged within each weight group.

2008

"... In PAGE 9: ... For empirical evaluations, we tested the ability of each seed to detect orthologous exons between human and each of the other species. Table3 lists the theoretical (T) and empirical (E) seed sensitivity values, calculated as described in Methods, averaged over each weight group. Theoretical values show very similar sensitivities for all four groups of seeds on all four comparisons.... ..."

### Table 15. Theoretical Sign Luminance Values for an Overhead Guide Sign. ASTM Sheeting Type

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...able 14. Theoretical Sign Luminance Values for a Right-Shoulder Guide Sign....................... 46 Table15 .... In PAGE 56: ...(Modified) letter at 640 feet for the 50th percentile older driver is 2.3 cd/m2. The same calculations were applied to the overhead sign position. Table15 shows the results of this modeling. For overhead signs, as well, the minimum luminance threshold is met by only microprismatic materials, though Type C is just barely below the threshold of 2.... ..."

### Table 17 JSOW Comparative Process Measurements

"... In PAGE 65: ...A - SOW - T:G amp; C - WP - Web Meet B - RFP - B:G amp; C - WP - Web Meet C - Plan - M:G amp; C - WP - Web Meet D - Propose - B:G amp; C - WP - Web Meet E - Clear - E:G - - Meet F - Target - E:C - - Meet G - Negotiate - B:G amp; C - WP - Web Meet H H H HH HH Figure 12 JSOW Web-centric Process Model This Web-centric means of enabling redesign through electronic communication is delineated in Figure 12 with corresponding measurements summarized in Table17 for comparison with the baseline alpha contracting process. Notice IT-Communication fraction would increase to 0.... ..."

### Table 19 JSOW Comparative Process Measurements

"... In PAGE 68: ...A - SOW - T:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet B - RFP - B:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet - KBS C - Plan - M:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet D - Propose - B:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet - KBS E - Clear - E:G - - Meet F - Target - E:C - - Meet G - Negotiate - B:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet H H H HH HH Figure 14 JSOW KBS Process Model This KBS-based redesign is delineated in Figure 14 with corresponding measurements summarized in Table19 for comparison with the baseline alpha contracting process. Notice IT-Automation fraction would increase to 0.... ..."

### Table 2. Theoretical models of growth and the environment

2000

"... In PAGE 10: ... Theory To interpret the empirical observations outlined in Table 1, an equally diverse theoretical research has sprung up, each paper with its own normative implications. Several of these papers are summarized in Table2... In PAGE 19: ...From the theory outlined in Table2 , we can see that inverse-U-shaped pollution-income paths can be generated in a wide variety of models. Some are Pareto-efficient, some are not.... ..."

### Table 18 JSOW Comparative Process Measurements

"... In PAGE 66: ... And given plans for DoD-wide SPS implementation, it is only a matter of time before the JSOW process is streamlined in this manner. A - SOW - T:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet B - RFP - B:G amp; C - WP, SPS - SPS Meet C - Plan - M:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet D - Propose - B:G amp; C - WP , SPS - Paper Meet E - Clear - E:G - - Meet F - Target - E:C - - Meet G - Negotiate - B:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet H H H HH HH Figure 13 JSOW SPS Process Model This SPS-based redesign is delineated in Figure 13 with corresponding measurements summarized in Table18 for comparison with the baseline alpha contracting process. Notice IT-Support fraction would increase to 1.... ..."

### Table 20 JSOW Comparative Process Measurements

"... In PAGE 69: ...ts KBS counterpart above. Thus, it is not yet ready for emergence from the laboratory. Nonetheless, as noted recently, this technology represents the generation after next of capability for SPS (see Karty and Nissen 1999). A - SOW - T:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet BD - Contract - B:G amp; C - WP - EC - IA E - Clear - E:G - - Meet F - Target - E:C - - Meet G - Negotiate - B:G amp; C - WP - Paper Meet H HH HH Figure 15 JSOW Agent Process Model This agent-based redesign is delineated in Figure 15 with corresponding measurements summarized in Table20 for comparison with the baseline alpha contracting process. For conservatism, we continue to include activities for the business clearances (node quot;E quot;) and negotiation targets (node quot;F quot;), and we do not show the agents conducting negotiations (node quot;G quot;).... ..."