### Table 14 summarizes the additional canonization rules we propose. Those rules allow us to cover all untyped XQuery queries. Expressions Canonical Form

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"... In PAGE 10: ... let $l1 := expr1 ... $l1/expr2 Table14 . Proposed canonization rules Using all these rules, we can now deduce that the canonized form of Query A of Table 1 is the Query B of Table 1.... ..."

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### Table 3 Basic properties of residual sets for the illustrative data

"... In PAGE 20: ...4) represents about 1.3% of the offer space (see Table3 ). However, considering the average redundancy across residual sets within a given negotiation is rather substantial (37.... In PAGE 21: ... 21 Insert Figure 3 and Table3 about here In our framework, only comprehensive package offers (offers that explicitly or implicitly specify values for all the issues) are considered because only comprehensive offers constitute a potential binding agreement. However, negotiators can, and do, make non-comprehensive (or partial) offers during the negotiation.... ..."

### Table 2. Shape Space Covering Radius.

### Table 2. Shape Space Covering Radius.

### Table 6: Estimated statistical errors at L0 = 500 pb?1. 3.1.6 Canonical Cuts Canonical cuts (a.k.a. ADLO/TH) have been de ned in collaboration with ALEPH, DELPHI, L3 and OPAL. The following acceptance cuts de ne an optimistic union of the phase spaces that the four collaborations expect to cover: the energy of light charged leptons (e, ) must be greater than 1 GeV light charged leptons (e, ) will be seen down to 10 degrees from either beam the energy of a jet must be greater than 3 GeV. For the purpose of our study, jets will be identi ed with quarks. jets can be detected in the entire 4 of solid angle photons must have an energy of at least 100 MeV to be identi ed photons will be seen down to 1 degree from either beam 64

### Table 1: Alpha values for canonical scatterers.

"... In PAGE 2: ... The amplitude term S n #28f;#1E#29 is a slowly varying function. At high frequencies, amplitude dependence on frequency is well-modeled by the geometric theory of di#0Braction #28GTD#29, and is proportional to #28jk#29 #0B , where #0B takes on half integer values that relate to the geom- etry of the scattering center #5B7, 8#5D #28see Table1 #29. As aspect angle #1E varies, we assume that the scat- tering center behaves in one of two ways: either it is localized and appears to exist in a single point in space, or it is distributed in space and appears as a #0Cnite, nonzero length current distribution.... ..."

### Table 2.Shape space covering radius for common secondary structures.

### Table 2.Shape space covering radius for common secondary structures.

### Table 8. Shape Space Covering Radii for GC Sequences.

"... In PAGE 41: ....h.s. of gure 11. Since the shape space covering conjecture claims that almost all of the rc common structures can be found within a fairly small radius we refer to the characteristic value belonging to rc as the covering radius ^ R. Table8 presents the covering radii ^ R for di erent chain lengths. A linear regression yields (0:2627 0:0016)n ? (1:84 0:04) = 0:9998 from apos; (0:2591 0:0020)n ? (1:74 0:05) = 0:9997 from ~ apos;: The slopes of both apos; and ~ apos; vary only slowly with n.... In PAGE 42: ... x0 2 C[s], where p = 2 is the probability that two randomly bases can form a base pair. The covering radii obtained from the exhaustive enumerations ( Table8 ) and the upper bounds [50] (Table 9) are in excellent agreement. Figure 12 shows the chain length dependence of the covering radii obtained by the di erent methods.... ..."