### Table III - Percent correct in grounding transfer test for Zebra simulations. Numbers refer to H-level names. Shaded cells refer to the eight successful H-level nets in the grounding transfer (criterion: at least 50% correct)

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### Table III - Percent correct in grounding transfer test for Zebra simulations. Numbers refer to H-level names. Shaded cells refer to the nine successful H-level nets in the grounding transfer (criterion: at least 50% correct)

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### Table III - Percent correct in grounding transfer test for Zebra simulations. Numbers refer to H-level names. Shaded cells refer to the nine successful H-level nets in the grounding transfer (criterion: at least 50% correct)

### Table 2 The numbers of fold families (T-level), homologous superfamilies (H-level) and domain structures in different architectures are shown for the mainly a, mainly b and a-b classes.

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### Table I - Percent correct in grounding transfer test. For each net, number on the left is correct responses for E-level names and on right for H-level names. Rows are for the 64 circles (C), ellipses (E), squares (S), and rectangles (R). Shaded cells indicate success in E-level (light grey) or H-level (dark grey) categorization in the grounding transfer (criterion: at least 50%)

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### Table II - Percent correct in grounding transfer controls. For each net, number on left is correct responses for E-level names and on right for H-level names. Rows are for the 64 circles (C), ellipses (E), squares (S), and rectangles (R). Shaded cells indicate the nets that succeeded in E-level (light grey) or H-level (dark grey) grounding transfer (criterion: at least 50% correct).

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