### Table 3: Elapsed- and system-time performance comparisons of non-coherent and coherent caching kernels. Differences marked with an asterisk are less than the 90% confidence interval and so are not statistically significant. These values are derived from 30 sample runs. (The data in table is shown graphically in Figure 10.)

1995

"... In PAGE 11: ... To investigate the cost of the framework alone, independent of any performance benefits of caching, we compare a layer with and without the cache coherence framework. Table3 compares our disk- based filesystem (UFS)withand without theframework. Since only a single layer is employed in these tests all overhead observed is due to the framework as opposed to cache interference.... ..."

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### Table 3: Elapsed- and system-time performance comparisons of non-coherent and coherent caching kernels. Differences marked with an asterisk are less than the 90% confidence interval and so are not statistically significant. These values are derived from 30 sample runs. (The data in table is shown graphically in Figure 10.)

1995

"... In PAGE 11: ... To investigate the cost of the framework alone, independent of any performance benefits of caching, we compare a layer with and without the cache coherence framework. Table3 compares our disk- based filesystem (UFS)withand without theframework. Since only a single layer is employed in these tests all overhead observed is due to the framework as opposed to cache interference.... ..."

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### Table 3: Elapsed- and system-time performance comparisons of non-coherent and coherent caching kernels. Differences marked with an asterisk are less than the 90% confidence interval and so are not statistically significant. These values are derived from 30 sample runs. (The data in table is shown graphically in Figure 10.)

"... In PAGE 11: ... To investigate the cost of the framework alone, independent of any performance benefits of caching, we compare a layer with and without the cache coherence framework. Table3 compares our disk- based filesystem (UFS)withand without theframework. Sinceonly a single layer is employed in these tests all overhead observed is due to the framework as opposed to cache interference.... ..."

### Table 4: Library of view coherence types, their description, and the corresponding coherence protocol components.

1999

"... In PAGE 17: ... 5.3 Prototype View Caching Implementation For our prototype implementation, we instantiate the view caching framework to implement a suite of six custom coherence types which span the spectrum from synchronous to detached views (see Table4 ). Of these, four are for reading views (READ SYNC, READ ASYNC, READ SELF INV,andREAD CONSTANT), and two for writing (WRITE SYNC and WRITE ALONE).... ..."

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### Table 1: learning styles types in Vermunt framework

in NUCLEO

"... In PAGE 4: ... Vermunt defines learning style as a coherent whole of learning activities that students usually employ, their learning orientation and their mental model of learning . He classifies students into five types depending on the attitudes they adopt in five different areas of learning (the resulting 4x4 matrix is shown in Table1 ). We believe this a useful classification in order to identify how capable is a student of driving his own learning process and how much of teacher guiding he needs.... ..."

### Table 2: Formal Patterns in Networks (as elements in the study of coherence)

2002

"... In PAGE 59: ...in Table 1, as detailed in Table2 , being the principal formal patterns that we will investigate. Some of the insights of complexity theory are articulated within this framework and generate the following kinds of heuristic hypotheses: 3.... In PAGE 60: ...1.3 Interdependence Interdependence among the four pattern principles in Table2 occurs in pairings (see Figure 1): the grouping logic of relational solidarity is paired with an exchange logic between groups (which are not however automatically solidarity); and the analogous-positions logic in a behavioral system is paired with the formal or organizational activity allocation logic (but these two logics are not necessarily well coordinated). Pairing principles come out of balance theory as a principle of structural cohesion.... In PAGE 61: ... The predictive consequences of measures of cohesion or adhesion for substantive variables in ethnographic and sociological studies have been shown for social class ( Brudner and White 1997), leadership and group solidarity ( Johansen and White 2002), group segmentation in conflict (White and Harary 2001), and attachment to school (Moody and White 2001), for example. As shown in Table2 , while in cohesive blocking connections are grouped within sets, graph coloring is a homomorphism (generating color equivalence as a partition of nodes; edges can also be partitioned ed by similar principles) that goes in the opposite direction to observe the organization of equivalence sets when connections are limited to those between sets. Homomorphisms such as colorings are complementary to lattice structures (such as cohesive blocking hierarchies, which do not result in partitions) as principles in graph theory.... In PAGE 61: ... In the next phase of research we will generalize cohesive blocking to the study of role structure as developed by Oeser and Harary (1964, 1979), where we try to find tasks that cohere with one another, people who cohere with tasks, and coherence among formal roles (algebraic products of people by positions and positions by tasks) as opposed to emergent ones (people by people and people by tasks). Table2 shows some of the ways in which these approaches differ. No one as yet has shown how these different aspects of network modeling might be unified around an integrated sociocultural theory, mathematically well formulated, of the socially interactive basis of cognition and the coherence of human behavioral systems (see Hutchins 1996; Moore 1998; Goodenough Ch.... ..."

### Table 1. Comparison of Old and New Theories of Conscious Visual Perception

2002

"... In PAGE 11: ... Recentphysiological findings(Lee etal., 2002)directly the anatomical associations puts many sets of seem- ingly conflicting data in a single coherent framework, as support the high-level site of feature search and top- down reentrant aspect of later involvement of low-level illustrated in Table1 . Thus, early spread attention re- flects the large receptive fields found in high-level areas, areas.... ..."

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### Table 6. Coherence axioms.

1999

"... In PAGE 20: ... A A?1 = 1v?1 (i.e., A?1 is the -inverse of A ). For example, it follows that (A A ) (A A?1) = (A A ) (A A?1) = 1a, and that (A?1)?1 = A. A double symmetry (see Figure 16) is a natural double transformation, with a double inverse, and it verifies similar axioms to the first two in Table6 , but w.... In PAGE 20: ...xioms to the first two in Table 6, but w.r.t. the four compo- sitions that we have illustrated (horizontal, vertical and the two diagonals). A duplicator is a natural transformation between the identity and the tensor product of two copies of the argu- ment and verifies some additional coherence axioms involv- ing symmetries and dischargers (see Table6 ). A discharger is a natural transformation between the identity and the con- stant functor mapping each element into the unit of the ten- sor product.... In PAGE 20: ... Double coherence axioms. The coherence axioms that double symmetries, double duplicators and double dischargers must satisfy are essen- tially the same of the one-dimensional case ( Table6 ), but repeated for each one of the four composition, thus (A) , r and ! satisfy the coherence axioms w.... ..."

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### Table 6. Coherence axioms.

1999

"... In PAGE 20: ... A A?1 = 1v?1 (i.e., A?1 is the -inverse of A ). For example, it follows that (A A ) (A A?1) = (A A ) (A A?1) = 1a, and that (A?1)?1 = A. A double symmetry (see Figure 16) is a natural double transformation, with a double inverse, and it verifies similar axioms to the first two in Table6 , but w.... In PAGE 20: ...xioms to the first two in Table 6, but w.r.t. the four compo- sitions that we have illustrated (horizontal, vertical and the two diagonals). A duplicator is a natural transformation between the identity and the tensor product of two copies of the argu- ment and verifies some additional coherence axioms involv- ing symmetries and dischargers (see Table6 ). A discharger is a natural transformation between the identity and the con- stant functor mapping each element into the unit of the ten- sor product.... In PAGE 20: ... Double coherence axioms. The coherence axioms that double symmetries, double duplicators and double dischargers must satisfy are essen- tially the same of the one-dimensional case ( Table6 ), but repeated for each one of the four composition, thus (A) , r and ! satisfy the coherence axioms w.... ..."

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### Table 6. Coherence axioms.

"... In PAGE 20: ... For example, it follows that a75 a70a93a61a27a70a56a6 a78 a245 a75 a70 a54a4a165a61a97a70 a130 a223 a78 a211 a75 a70a189a245 a70 a55a4 a78 a61 a75 a70 a57a6a154a245 a70 a130 a223 a78 a211a241a230 a72 , and that a75 a70 a130 a223 a78 a130 a223 a211 a70 . A double symmetry (see Figure 16) is a natural double transformation, with a double inverse, and it verifies similar axioms to the first two in Table6 , but w.... In PAGE 20: ...xioms to the first two in Table 6, but w.r.t. the four compo- sitions that we have illustrated (horizontal, vertical and the two diagonals). A duplicator is a natural transformation between the identity and the tensor product of two copies of the argu- ment and verifies some additional coherence axioms involv- ing symmetries and dischargers (see Table6 ). A discharger is a natural transformation between the identity and the con- stant functor mapping each element into the unit of the ten- sor product.... In PAGE 20: ... Double coherence axioms. The coherence axioms that double symmetries, double duplicators and double dischargers must satisfy are essen- tially the same of the one-dimensional case ( Table6 ), but repeated for each one of the four composition, thus (A) a93 , a84 and a88 satisfy the coherence axioms w.... ..."