### Table 1: Overview on gauge formalisms: Gravity may be described by formulating a gauge theory of the a ne group. However, one has to ensure that the group, i.e. the Lie-algebra valued connection, applies to spacetime { is soldered to spacetime. This is done by splitting the connection into a linear part ? (with matrix indices that work on the basis e of the local tangent space) and an inhomogeneous part # (that replaces the holonomic coframe dx and thereby realizes a translational gauge). Analogously, the eld strength splits into the curvature R and the torsion T . Discarding the linear gauge (? 0), the theory reduces to teleparallelism.

### TABLE I. Flavor representation of the fundamental and composite elds for SU(2) gauge theory with 2NF fundamentals.

### TABLES TABLE I. Results for c and the slopes at = 1 in the SU(2) gauge theory. The column \ -range quot; is for the range of used in the t for the slope d c=d .

### TABLE III. Averages of O in ordered and disordered phases of the gauge theory at = 5:091, compared with results of Ising Monte Carlo for the couplings listed in Table II. Averages are

### TABLE V. Comparison of operator averages hO i in ordered and disordered phases of the gauge theory at = 5:091, compared with the e ective Ising actions Scold and Shot simulated directly.

### TABLE III. Averages of O in ordered and disordered phases of the gauge theory at = 5:091, compared with results of Ising Monte Carlo for the couplings listed in Table II. Averages are normalized to 1.

### Table 1: Comparison between the dynamical breaking of chiral symmetry in QCD and the dynamical breaking of gauge symmetry in the BCS theory.

"... In PAGE 3: ...Table1 shows a brief comparison between QCD and the BCS theory for \low temperature quot; superconductivity.... ..."

### Table 2: The table displays the dimensions of essential elds involved in a gauge theory. In particular, it gives the SI-units in the case of electrodynamics and the dimensions for a translational gauge theory. The rst three rows in this table are de nitions { the rest is a consequence. The last block includes the dimensions of monopole and topological charges. The SI-units used in electrodynamics are C=Coulomb and Wb=Weber.

### Table 3: The critical coupling c as a function of the lattice size in the time direction, for the actions (4) and (5). Also presented are the corresponding values of c for pure SU(2) gauge theory with the action (1) (taken from ([16])).

"... In PAGE 16: ... On all these lattices, only one transition point were found, where both the plaquette and hLai show a discontinuity. The critical couplings for Nt =2;4;6;8, extracted from the runs made on the lattices above, are presented in Table3 . We have also included in the table the corresponding critical couplings for action (4) from our own work and those for the decon nement transition in SU(2) gauge theory, taken from Ref.... In PAGE 16: ... [16]. It is found from Table3 that as one goes from Nt =2toNt = 4, there is a clear shift in c in all the three cases. This behavior is consistent with the decon nement scenario.... ..."