### Table 2 Frontal regions showing ages differences in delay-related activation in Study 1

"... In PAGE 5: ... Delay-related activation. Next, we examined regions showing significant age differences in delay-related activation with a focus on frontal activation (see Table2 ). Whole-brain activations are reported in the Supplementary Material.... ..."

### Table 4 Frontal regions showing a convergence of cue and probe effects in Study 2

"... In PAGE 10: ... We focus the results on frontal activation, as this was our primary area of interest. Frontal activations showing age differences in cue and probe activation are presented in Table 3, and frontal activations showing both decreased cue and increased probe activation in older adults are shown in Table4 . Whole-brain activations are reported in the Supplementary Material.... ..."

### Table 3 Mean-square error in the reconstruction of the function a(x) of Fig. 3a using M quot;204 Gaussians and N quot;2048 data points randomly sampled. Uniform random noise of $5 has been added to their coordinates

1997

"... In PAGE 13: ... The power of this schema for the computation of the weights lies in the fact that it can be applied also when the data points are not equally spaced, obtaining the same accuracy. This can be appreciated from Table3 where the mse is reported for the reconstruction of a(x) carried out with M quot;204 Gaussians, starting from a set of N quot;2048 data points randomly sampled from b(x). NEUCOM 674 BRR SAVITHA CHANAKSHI N.... ..."

### Table A.3 Equation of a linear plane that was fit using a least-squares regression through the elevation of the water table in permanent monitoring wells during each of eighteen rounds of quarterly sampling. The plane is in an x,y,z coordinate system where x increases toward the east, y increases toward the north, and z increases with elevation above mean sea level. The equation is in the form Ax+By+C+z where x and y are the grid location in UTM meters and z is the elevation of the water table in feet.

### Table A.4 Equation of a linear plane that was fit using a least-squares regression through the elevation of the water table in permanent monitoring wells during each of fourteen rounds of monthly sampling. The plane is in an x,y,z coordinate system where x increases toward the east, y increases toward the north, and z increases with elevation above mean sea level. The equation is in the form Ax+By+C+z where x and y are the grid location in UTM meters and z is the elevation of the water table in feet.

### Table 1: AX.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Thus R1 _ R2 is again a test, that succeeds when we can proceed with either an R1- or an R2-step. Table1 contains a nite set of axioms, AX, that is intended to completely axiomatise equational validity in dynamic relation algebras. We write ` t1 = t2 if this equation is derivable from the equations in AX and the rules of equational logic.... ..."

### Table 1: AX Instructions

2003

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### Table 4a: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 4.

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ... Table4 b: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 8. n ~ Ax ratio Ax ratio 88 17,438 | 15,592 | 176 51,570 2.... In PAGE 13: ...1756 1,015,048,192 3.9999 Table4 c: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 11.... In PAGE 14: ...1734 1,644,199,936 3.9999 Table4 d: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 14.... ..."

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### Table 4b: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 8.

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ...1682 536,895,488 3.9998 Table4 a: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 4. n ~ Ax ratio Ax ratio 64 9,767 | 8,272 | 128 29,322 3.... In PAGE 13: ... Table4 c: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 11.... In PAGE 14: ...1734 1,644,199,936 3.9999 Table4 d: Flops counts in computing ~ Ax and Ax for k = 14.... ..."

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