### Table 3: Equivalence classes of events.

2003

"... In PAGE 39: ...By de nition, each pair of classes is disjoint. We hence de ne four disjoint equivalence classes corresponding to each possible combination of classes, as shown in Table3 . Events in an equivalence class are dif cult to distinguish from other events in the same class, but are typically easy to distinguish from events in other classes.... ..."

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### Table 1: Equivalence Class Counts

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... 3 RESULTS The first result is simply the total number of equivalence classes by number of vertices. Table1 shows these totals, along with the ratios of the numbers of classes to ADGs and the ratios of the counts of size 1 classes to the total class counts. Table 1: Equivalence Class Counts... In PAGE 4: ... Letting rn be the ratio on n vertices of equivalence classes to ADGs, this produces the recursive formula rn+1 = rn - (rn-1 - rn)/s. However, the numbers in Table1 show that s is not constant and itself is approximately exponentially approaching an asymptotic value of 2. Even though the following coefficients have been selected partly for their simplicity, s can nevertheless be predicted reasonably well by the equation sn = 2 + 20/3 exp(-n/2).... ..."

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### Table 1: Equivalence Class Counts

"... In PAGE 7: ... Letting rn be the ratio on n vertices of equivalence classes to ADGs, this produces the recursive formula rn+1 = rn - (rn-1- rn)/s. However, the numbers in Table1 show that s is not constant and itself is approximately exponentially approaching an asymptotic value of 2. Even though the following coefficients have been selected partly for their simplicity, s can nevertheless be predicted reasonably well by the equation sn = 2 + 20/3 exp(-n/2).... ..."

### Table 3 Equivalence Classes in the Subset

1991

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### Table 3. Equivalence classes based on phonetic categories.

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ... The entries of the matrix were populated using pho- netic guidelines, as an initial effort. Taking phonetic rela- tionships from [10] and the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) charts, as follows: a weight of ten (the default identity value in Clustal W) was assigned to identical phones, eight to vowels of different durations, six to equivalence classes in Table3 , four to the class of vowels, two to consonants, and zero otherwise. In all cases of multiple matches, the higher weights were retained.... ..."

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### Table 2. Distribution of attributes for concepts in an equivalence class

"... In PAGE 6: ...this assumption does not always hold. Table2 shows a distribution of attributes among the concepts in the equivalence class under the wage concept node. Once the attributes are identified for the first two concepts, Incentives and Hourly wage , and training documents are selected for them, all the attributes except for the last one, negotiation , can be considered having training documents.... ..."

### Table 7. Size and frequency of equivalence classes

1999

"... In PAGE 7: ...o all relations are already found by analysing the code (e.g., if 3 variables are equivalent, they will all be compared to each other so the transitive closure does not find new tuples). An overview of all classes that occur in Mortgage and their sizes is presented in Table7 a. The maxima are still 19 and 18 and the average class size is 3.... In PAGE 7: ...he average class size is 3. Furthermore, approx. 90% of the classes have less than 5 equivalent elements. Things get more interesting at the system level presented in Table7 b. The maximum class size jumps to 201, followed by 118 but the total number of different classes drops to 190, one third of the number of classes before resolution.... ..."

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### Table 7. Size and frequency of equivalence classes

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ...o all relations are already found by analysing the code (e.g., if 3 variables are equivalent, they will all be compared to each other so the transitive closure does not find new tuples). An overview of all classes that occur in Mortgage and their sizes is presented in Table7 a. The maxima are still 19 and 18 and the average class size is 3.... In PAGE 9: ...he average class size is 3. Furthermore, approx. 90% of the classes have less than 5 equivalent elements. Things get more interesting at the system level presented in Table7 b. The maximum class size jumps to 201, followed by 118 but the total number of different classes drops to 190, one third of the number of classes before resolution.... ..."

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### Table 7. Size and frequency of equivalence classes

1999

"... In PAGE 7: ...o all relations are already found by analysing the code (e.g., if 3 variables are equivalent, they will all be compared to each other so the transitive closure does not find new tuples). An overview of all classes that occur in Mortgage and their sizes is presented in Table7 a. The maxima are still 19 and 18 and the average class size is 3.... In PAGE 7: ...he average class size is 3. Furthermore, approx. 90% of the classes have less than 5 equivalent elements. Things get more interesting at the system level presented in Table7 b. The maximum class size jumps to 201, followed by 118 but the total number of different classes drops to 190, one third of the number of classes before resolution.... ..."

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