### Table 1: Classification of point-orbits of finite subgroups of SO(3). See text for explanations

### Table 3: Finite primitive irreducible subgroups of SL(4; C) and completely factorable semi-invariants 4

2001

"... In PAGE 3: ... By browsing the list of Blichfeldt we nally obtain Table 3 where an index 1=2 means a subgroup of index 2 and signs + and ? mean two non-equivalent groups of the same order. For each nite primitive irreducible subgroup G SL(4; C) we list in Table3 the number of invariants and semi-invariants of smaller degree of G that factor completely. For example, the unique invariant of degree 8 of E1=2 that factors into linear forms is, computed with the above repre- sentation of the group E1=2 : I8 = x8 1 + 14x5 1x2x3x4 ? 7x4 1x3 2x3 ? 7x4 1x2x3 4 ? 7x4 1x3 3x4 + 14x3 1x3 2x2 4 + 14x3 1x2 2x3 3 + 14x3 1x2 3x3 4 ? 7x2 1x5 2x4 ? 7x2 1x2 2x2 3x2 4 ? 7x2 1x2x5 3 ? 7x2 1x3x5 4 + x1x7 2 + 7x1x4 2x2 3x4 + 7x1x2 2x3x4 4 +7x1x2x4 3x2 4 + x1x7 3 + x1x7 4 A few of these (semi-)invariants can be obtained easily by (semi-)invariants of smaller degree : the unique invariant of degree 5 of B that factors is the bordered Hessian of the unique invariants of degree 3 and 2 of B.... ..."

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### Table 9: The subgroup K

2004

"... In PAGE 31: ... 26, contains generators for a certain naturally embedded subgroup K. That subgroup, along with its support VK, is defined in Table9 (recall that J and VJ were constructed in 4.3).... ..."

### Table 1. Counts of the numerically computed rank of submatrices of WZ5 and WZ6. The column index is the size of square submatrices considered, and the row index corresponds to their ranks.

2006

"... In PAGE 7: ... In fact, any other finite Abelian group G has proper subgroups which lead to zero minors in WG. As example, we display in Table1 counts on the ranks of square submatrices of WZ5 and WZ6. Due to their role in obtaining Theorem 3.... ..."

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### Table No No FSA Yes Finite

in Genetic Programming Using a Turing-Complete Representation: Recurrent Network Consisting of Trees

2003

### Table 3: Perceptions of Leader Performance vs. Subgroup Performance Subgroup

"... In PAGE 8: ... More concretely, did subgroups with high-performing leaders perform more highly on these dimensions of subgroup performance: efficiency; quality; creativity; adherence to schedule; coordination of member efforts; and communication between members? Six semantic differential scales asked respondents to rate the performance of their subgroup on these dimensions, compared to other teams they had worked on, from low (1) to high (7). Table3 shows the results of a nonparametric one-way ANOVA (Kruskal-Wallis test) comparing perceived leader performance and the studied dimensions of subgroup performance: Table 3: Perceptions of Leader Performance vs. Subgroup Performance Subgroup ... ..."

### Table 2. Subgroup Membership Problems

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... For other plausible applications of the subgroup membership problem, the reader is also referred to [12] in which the DDH assumption is applied to the cryptographic schemes which only known method to construct is to base on the QR assumption. We summarize the examples above in Table2 , however, the table is not exhaustive at all. Table 2.... ..."

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