### Table I. Notation for the Canonical Seed Assignment Model in WSNs in Terms of the Graph-Theoretical Interpretation Bipartite Graph Process Canonical Model

### Table 5. Measures of overall model fit Canonical

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### Table 5. Measures of overall model fit Canonical

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"... In PAGE 7: ...01). This conclusion is consistent ith the canonical R2 values showed in Table5 . For these ata, in the first canonical function the independent ariables explain 70% of the variance in the dependent ariables; the second canonical function explains 24%, and he third one explains only 5.... ..."

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### Tables Table 1. Summary of the behavior of the oscillator neurons of the biological system and the canonical models

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### Table 3.2: ASP, JSP and CF Object Models Mapped to the Canonical Object Model

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### Table 3.2: ASP, JSP and CF Object Models Mapped to the Canonical Object Model

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### Table 4 Object model for Canon digital camera Category Element

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### Table 5 Summary of canonical models of the form PHQ = C8m,n cm,nPUmV nQ.

in CANONICAL TIME-FREQUENCY, TIME-SCALE, AND FREQUENCY-SCALE REPRESENTATIONS OF TIME-VARYING CHANNELS

"... In PAGE 21: ... Summary and Future Work. Table5 summarizes the projection and trans- lation operators used to generate the three discrete canonical channel model discussed in this paper. Each of the models can be thought of as sending a transmit waveform through a shaping transmission filter Q and then receiving the signal through a re- ceiving filter P.... ..."

### TABLE I: Distribution Error Respecting to Monte Carlo Results: (1)CLECT:Our Method with Extended Canonical Model;(2)NoPath: Existing Canonical Model where no path correlation is consideered;(3)NoCorr: neither global correlation nor path correlation is considered

### Table 1. Modes of operation for the Canonical Frame Model. The two left columns show the choices of tracking operation available. The

"... In PAGE 4: ... The advantage of the Canonical Frame Model lies in the ease in choosing different modes of operation. Table1 show how different tracking modes can be effected. For exam- ple if a rigid curve is to be tracked under variable epipolar geometry (eg.... ..."