### TABLE I. SIMULATION CONFIGURATION FOR VARIABLE-LINK-DISTANCE CANONICAL NETWORKS

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### Table 2: Supernova remnants included in the search Source Name RA(1950) Dec(1950) Size Type Spect. 1 GHz Dist

"... In PAGE 5: ... 1984), and several previously known SNRs with associated X-ray emission, filled center X-ray or radio morphologies, or associated compact radio sources. Table2 provides a source list, with nominal centroid positions, spectral indices, extrapolated flux densities, approximate sizes, and distances from Green (1993) or Reich et al. (1984).... ..."

### Table 3. Nucleosynthesis and remnant masses

"... In PAGE 10: ...The nucleosynthesis in Table3 is taken from the 18, 20, and 22 M models that used old opacities, no mass loss, and no rotation. They were the only models evolved so far to the presupernova state.... In PAGE 10: ...0 M being strongly suggestive of restricted semiconvection. All numbers in Table3 are in solar masses. All \SOL quot; stars ended their lives as red supergiants.... ..."

### Table 3: Canonical thematic clusters for a real keywords rule set.

"... In PAGE 6: ... The clusters found at height just below 1 (and above 0.667, the next observed distance between clusters in this case), as well as the representative rules and clus- ter sizes are shown in Table3 . We also suggest a name for each cluster/theme.... ..."

### Table 3: Canonical thematic clusters for a real keywords

"... In PAGE 6: ... The clusters found at height just below 1 (and above 0.667, the next observed distance between clusters in this case), as well as the representative rules and clus- ter sizes are shown in Table3 . We also suggest a name for each cluster/theme.... ..."

### Table 3. Remnant scatter and attenuation correction fractions. Phantom/experiment Insert Remnant fraction

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### Table 2: An objective function for the canonical version of YPPL. Indented terms replace

"... In PAGE 9: ... A larger amount of padding is left at the end of column 4 to ensure that the page meets its minimum-padding requirement. Once the decoding process has been applied to a candidate solution, the resulting pagina- tion and layout can be evaluated using the objective function in Table2 . This table presents the actual terms and weights used to implement the general criteria of Table 1.... In PAGE 9: ... Therefore, the terms overflow and out of section must still be included in the objective function in order to strongly disfavor very undesirable candidate solutions. But given their inclusion, the two additional terms overflow area and distance out of section introduced in Table2 may appear redundant. However, without these proportional terms, layouts with anyover#0Dow or out-of- section ads would be considered equivalent, regardless of the degree of the infraction.... In PAGE 9: ... For this reason, these two terms are added to aid in optimization of the more primitive overflow and out of section terms. The #0Cnal way in which the speci#0Cc terms of Table2 vary from the general criteria in Table 1 is in the implementation of the num pages criterion. Rather than penalizing #0Cller merely by adding a cost proportional to the number of pages used in the layout, we treat bubble and padding costs separately.... In PAGE 15: ...Allowing 2#25-6#25 for #0Cller gives a range of 42-44 pages, so we ran three sets of experiments in which ads were distributed initially over 42, 43, and 44 pages, respectively #28see Table 3#29. 3 Figures 4 through 6 plot objective-function scores #28using the objective function from Table2 #29 against the number of iterations #28one candidate solution is formulated and evaluated per iteration#29 for 20 runs of the algorithm, all seeded with di#0Berent random numbers. #28One million iterations of the algorithm on this data set requires approximately two hours on a DEC 3000#2F400 AXP workstation.... ..."

### Table 2: An objective function for the canonical version of YPPL. Indented terms replace

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"... In PAGE 11: ... A larger amount of padding is left at the end of column 4 to ensure that the page meets its minimum-padding requirement. Once the decoding process has been applied to a candidate solution, the resulting pagina- tion and layout can be evaluated using the objective function in Table2 . This table presents the actual terms and weights used to implement the general criteria of Table 1.... In PAGE 11: ... Therefore, the terms overflow and out of section must still be included in the objective function in order to strongly disfavor very undesirable candidate solutions. But given their inclusion, the two additional terms overflow area and distance out of section introduced in Table2 may appear redundant. However, without these proportional terms, layouts with anyover#0Dow or out-of- section ads would be considered equivalent, regardless of the degree of the infraction.... In PAGE 11: ... For this reason, these two terms are added to aid in optimization of the more primitive overflow and out of section terms. The #0Cnal way in which the speci#0Cc terms of Table2 vary from the general criteria in Table 1 is in the implementation of the num pages criterion. Rather than penalizing #0Cller merely by adding a cost proportional to the number of pages used in the layout, we treat bubble and padding costs separately.... In PAGE 17: ...Allowing 2#25-6#25 for #0Cller gives a range of 42-44 pages, so we ran three sets of experiments in which ads were distributed initially over 42, 43, and 44 pages, respectively #28see Table 3#29. 3 Figures 4 through 6 plot objective-function scores #28using the objective function from Table2 #29 against the number of iterations #28one candidate solution is formulated and evaluated per iteration#29 for 20 runs of the algorithm, all seeded with di#0Berent random numbers. #28One million iterations of the algorithm on this data set requires approximately two hours on a DEC 3000#2F400 AXP workstation.... ..."

### Table 3. Correlation matrix for faecal pellet density and remnant attributes.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Thus stepwise multiple regression analyses was used to examine the relationship between pellet densities and remnant attributes. Correlations between the variables are listed in Table3 . Remnant area was closely correlated with remnant edge length, num- ber of vegetation types in the remnant and the amount of native vegetation in the 25 km2 in- cluding the remnant.... ..."