### Table D.1: Exact values corresponding to the bar charts depicted in Fig. 5.2.

1996

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### Table 1: Outlier numbers of X-bar control chart using different AR coefficients

"... In PAGE 7: ... Note that the subgroup mean and standard deviation obtained from damage level 0 are used to normalize all the subsequent damage levels. The diagnosis results using the other AR coefficients are also summarized in Table1 . For this particular example, the third AR coefficient seems to be most indicative of damage, and the first coefficient is very insensitive to damage.... ..."

### Tables and bar charts wil be used to convey the findings in 1 through 4 above. Results of the thematic analysis wil be described textualy and supported with figures highlighting relationships.

### Tables 3 and 4 give the absolute execution data for the startup and steady-state regimes for the bar charts presented in Sections 6.2 and 6.3.

### Table 1 summarizes the times for completing each of the task types for novices (clearly specified: T1, unclearly specified and partially relevant: T2, unclearly specified and fully relevant: T3) for each of the interfaces (with and without preview). Figure 6 presents these results as a bar chart.

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ... Table1 : Task completion times (in seconds). For T1 tasks the interface with the query preview yielded slower performance than the interface without a query preview (t(35) = 2.... ..."

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