### Table 1: Verbs in Latin motion complexes (Servius)

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"... In PAGE 4: ... The second group consists of complexes formed from a motion verb and a directional adverb that expresses goal of motion. Note that the verbs are characteristic for Latin in that their semantics includes a \built-in quot; path ( Table1 ); they are verbs of inherently directed motion. With the addition of the adverbial, the motion verbs refer to bounded events (accomplishments) and are telic.... ..."

### Table 1: Computational complexities of the fast motion estimation algorithms described.

"... In PAGE 21: ... To perform a direct comparison among the computational e ciencies of the fast search methods, the computational complexity of each method has been formulated for a motion displacement of size w. Table1 shows the computational complexities of the methods when w is a power of 2. Some logarithmic searches may not be able to search all the positions at the boundaries of the search window.... ..."

### Table 1 Categorization of spatial verb complexes to distinguish between motion concepts

### TABLE III Complexity of the H.263 motion search Search Block Search Motion Ops Total

### Table 1: Relative values of motion-vectors and TM-5 complexity in the

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### Table 2.2 : Classification by motions. This is the classification of invariant sets for holomorphic dynamics in one complex variable by the three elementary motions in the plane.

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### Table 2. Average computational complexity of median filtering per motion vector component

"... In PAGE 4: ... In view of the small length of the motion vector array, insertion sorting is used for median filtering. Table2 shows the computational complexity using var- ious generating kernels. A simple calculation shows that even for the noisy motion field of the Football sequence, generated by the mean pyramid, which on the average re- quires the median filtering process to perform 19 compar- isons and 16 swappings for either the x or the y component of a motion vector, the additional computation complexity for one image is less than one-half of one percent of that of computing all the motion vectors at the full resolution level.... ..."

### Table 2. Eleven complex commands con- structed from the seven basic motions

"... In PAGE 7: ...ifferent motions. These seven elements are shown in Table 1. Using these basic ele- ments alone the system would be limited to seven different commands, so in order to provide a greater number of commands more complex commands are constructed from these motion elements. These complex commands are used for our recognition exper- iments and are shown in Table2 . Although we have used 11 complex commands this could easily extended to a larger number of commands.... In PAGE 7: ... Data and experimental procedure The experimental data was collected from 35 sub- jects. Each subject was asked to draw each of the commands in Table2 five times using a standard camera equipped mobile phone, a Nokia N90. The majority of subjects had no previous experience in performing this task.... ..."

### Table 1: Motion Parametric Models Model Transformation Parameters

"... In PAGE 10: ...problem is to estimate parameters for one of three models listed in Table1 . The complexity of motion estimation largely depends on the model used.... ..."

### Table 1: Motion Parametric Models Model Transformation Parameters

"... In PAGE 10: ...problem is to estimate parameters for one of three models listed in Table1 . The complexity of motion estimation largely depends on the model used.... ..."