### Table 4: Reaction of Family to Use of WET to Support Work Extension

"... In PAGE 16: ... Since we did not have access to the family members themselves, we had to ask the employee themselves to speak on behalf of their family, thereby limiting us to what the employee thought their family thought. Generally speaking, respondents believe that their family understands their need to work on family time (see Table4 ). A significant number, however, recognise that their family is not happy about such activities.... ..."

### Table 2 The maximum extension, Tmax, and flexion torques, Tmin, used in this work

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### Table 3: Moore apos;s extension working with square numbers. 3.4 Performance comparison A crude way to measure of performance is to observe the number of xs required by the two methods for n to be factored. These random x values are identical for both methods. Table 4 displays the 8

"... In PAGE 7: ... This shows that Moore apos;s extension can still be used to identify prime factors. Table 2 and Table3 provide examples of Moore apos;s extension working on even numbers and squares, respectively. For even numbers (Table 2), assume n = 22 (the even number to be factored) and x = 7 (an arbitrary number between 0 and n).... In PAGE 8: ...The greatest common divisor of this list is 2, a factor of 22. For square numbers ( Table3 ), assume n = 25(5 5) and x = 13. The method within each universe is as before.... ..."

### Table 5. Dimensionality reduction techniques that can be used with E-Index to index time series. Key: {} the introducing paper, [] extensions and follow up work.

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### Table 5. Dimensionality reduction techniques that can be used with E-Index to index time series. Key: {} the introducing paper, [] extensions and follow up work.

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### Table 1 shows the related knowledge domains of the pilot projects. It has been an extensive amount of work to find out the related knowledge domains from the literature. Nevertheless, for each domain, we could extract the information necessary to define a stable framework infrastructure. Pilot Project Node Related Knowledge Domains References

"... In PAGE 9: ... Table1 . Summary of the related knowledge domains.... ..."

### TABLE III techniques. In particular, two such techniques have been presented: SRT-Ball and SRT-Star. The first is more con- servative and particularly appropriate for noisy sensors, while SRT-Star is more confident. The two strategies have been critically compared by simulations as well as by experiments performed on the mobile robot MagellanPro. Below, we briefly mention some of the extensions of the current work which will be the subject of future work.

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### Table 1: General sequential pseudo-code for a DBsrch application. Step [1] sets the initial stage of the algorithm, and Step [2] manages the algorithm extension, which works until the number of database sequences is exhausted. Step [3] loads the next sequence to be compared against the query sequence in step [4]. The result value is often used to rank the best results as in step [5], and finally, specific implementations can incorporate a last optimisation step (ie assessing the statistical significance of results) described as step [6] and report results in step [7]

"... In PAGE 7: ... There are several proposed strategies for achieving coarse-grained parallelism in DBsrch applications. Most of them can be explained on the basis of the general pseudo-code in Table1 . As should be noted, the algorithm has a very simple form as far as data flow is concerned.... ..."