### Table 1: Hopf algebras.

2002

"... In PAGE 26: ... A Hopf algebra is a k-vector space, H, equipped with an algebra structure, a com- patible coalgebra structure (= bialgebra) and an antipode satisfying the appropriate equations. Table1 summarizes the necessary structure [29]. We say a Hopf algebra is (co)commutative if the (co)multiplication is (co)commutative, i.... ..."

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### Table 6. Cut elimination rules for duplication and contraction i 4

"... In PAGE 7: ... This means that if one thinks of these links in the usual graphical sense, then one can reorder the connections these links make with the rest of the net without alter- ing the identity of the net. This is indicated in Table6 , where we use the equality as a \rewrite quot; in this context (such a rewrite being unnecessary strictly speaking). Cate- gorically, this assumption of unorderedness corresponds to the (co)commutativity of the (co)monoidal structure on the free (co)algebras, described in De nition 2.... In PAGE 9: ... The reductions and expansions for the exponentials ! and ? are given in Tables 5, 6, and 7. Table 7 gives the usual cut-elimination steps, whereas Table6 gives the extra cut-elimination steps for the \unordered n-ary quot; treat- ment we give for the contraction links. Table 5 lists additional rewrites for storage boxes needed for the categorical semantics.... ..."

### Table 1: Composition and Properties of WGPu

"... In PAGE 11: ...LIST OF TABLES Table1 : Composition and Properties of WGPu .... In PAGE 15: ...1 Development of the Computer Simulation The code, deemed Plutose, was developed to simulate the effects of storage. It applies to a semi-infinite medium of WGPu ( Table1 ) adjacent to a thick medium of stainless steel - 316. Table 1: Composition and Properties of WGPu... In PAGE 15: ... It is the addition of gallium that causes the change in crystal structure and, in turn, a change in density. The source of alphas vary according to the decay scheme presented by the composition listed in Table1 . Pu-241 (T1/2 = 14.... ..."

### Table 7: Evaluating the Outcome of the Restructuring Exercises

"... In PAGE 13: ... As seen in the Table, only Chile and Malaysia received the highest rating (4) among those in the developing world. Table7 presents the detailed data on the measures. Conclusions This brief paper has laid out a new information base on bank insolvency and can be complemented by more readily available macro data, such as GDP, inflation, fiscal balances, monetary growth, trade balances, etc.... In PAGE 52: ...Table7 : Evaluating the Outcome of the Restructuring Exercises 48 apos; quot;M , . .... In PAGE 53: ...Table7 : Evaluating the Outcome of the Restructuring Exercises 49 Senegal 28.7 23.... In PAGE 54: ...Table7 : Evaluating the Outcome of the Restructuring Exercises 50 Argentina 25.1 11.... In PAGE 56: ...Table7 : Evaluating the Outcome of the Restructuring Exercises 52 ~~~ + ~~~~~~~~~:n,x.... ..."

### Table 1: Structure of the MH

1994

"... In PAGE 5: ... 4 Examples of DSDV in operation MH MH MH MH MH MH MH MH MH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 Figure 1: Movement in an ad-hoc network Consider MH 4 in Figure 1. Table1 shows a possible structure of the forwarding table whichismaintained at MH 4 . Suppose the address 1 .... ..."

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