### Table 1: Type of problem and corresponding generic conclusions

"... In PAGE 7: ... Diagnosis finds components or structures which conflict with their behavioural model or design. Table1 summarizes the typology. A suite of problem types These chains of problems which are identified in a large variety of tasks exhibit congruent patterns, which can be integrated into a graph: a suite of problem types (see Fig.... ..."

### Table 1: Type of problem and corresponding generic conclusions

"... In PAGE 7: ... Diagnosis finds components or structures which conflict with their behavioural model or design. Table1 summarizes the typology. A suite of problem types These chains of problems which are identified in a large variety of tasks exhibit congruent patterns, which can be integrated into a graph: a suite of problem types (see Fig.... ..."

### Table 4: Number of respondents for each of the problems corresponding

"... In PAGE 10: ... Each participant responded to just one problem, as indicated in Table 4. Also shown in Table4 is the choice between the two conclusions. It can be seen that in each of the #0Cve models investigated, our respondents manifested a strong tendency to reject the true sentence #282#29c in favor of its false negation #282#29d.... In PAGE 11: ... With such modi#0Ccation it is possible to retain the view that the validity of an argument is evaluated by verifying the #5Ctruth quot; of the conclusion in every model of the premises that the argument brings to mind | but now it is truth-according-to-the-reasoner that matters. To illustrate, Table4 suggests that the respondents in our study consider #282#29d rather than #282#29c as true in the models of #282#29a. On the revised theory this is enough to explain their preference for the contradictory argument#28C #03 #29inTable 2 over its valid counterpart #28B #03 #29.... ..."

### Table 1: Measurements, corresponding to Barnes apos; problem

### Table 2: Measurements, corresponding to Barnes apos; problem

### Table 5. Emergence of Selected Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans

"... In PAGE 42: ... Filoviruses, hantaviruses, paramyxoviruses, flaviviruses, Yersinia pestis and other agents of these diseases are transmitted via wild animals, either directly or sometimes via arthropods. Table5 lists some recently discovered infectious diseases. It is not only western cultures that fear forests for their diseases.... ..."

### Table 1: Summary of the obtained results Uncertain corresponding deterministic problem parameter

"... In PAGE 4: ... 2.6 Summary Table1 summarizes the above results presenting the complexity status for the absolute robust- ness versions of the most well known non-preemptive polynomial-time single machine scheduling problems, where an entry - indicates that the considered case does not apply (for instance problem 1|| summationtext wjCj cannot have uncertainty on due dates as due dates are not present in the problem). Table 1: Summary of the obtained results Uncertain corresponding deterministic problem parameter... ..."

### Table 15: Best results, 1000 locations. Two entries are missing as the corresponding problem instances no longer exist.

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### Table 4: Observed midpoint errors and respective orders of convergence corresponding to Problem 2 solved by QSC.

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"... In PAGE 21: ... In order to satisfy the condition DA BE BVBE of Theorem 1 we need D5 AL BG B7 BEBPD4, while to satisfy the (looser) conditions of Remark 1, we need D5 AL BE B7 BGBPD4, thus if D5 AL BF then D4 AL BG. Table4 shows that when D5 BP BF, we have optimal convergence even for D4 BP BDBMBH. Moreover, it shows that, even for a non-smooth function D9B4DCB5 BP DCBDBMBH, there are mapping functions, such as DBB4DCB5 BP DCBF, that map the uniform grid to non-uniform grids that produce optimal results.... ..."