### Table 1. Types of objects in the representation fractal proteins defined as subsets of the Mandelbrot set. Environment contains one or more fractal proteins (expressed from the environment gene(s)), and one or more cells.

2004

"... In PAGE 3: ... Further motivations and discussions on fractal proteins are provided in (Bentley, 2004 amp; 2003a,b,c). Table1 describes the object types in the representation; Figure 1 illus- trates the representation. Figure 2 provides an overview of the algorithm used to de- velop a phenotype from a genotype.... ..."

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### Table 2 Courses that could be interwoven into a Mechatronics education stream

"... In PAGE 5: ... There are a number of separate courses in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Departments that could make the foundation of a Mechatronics education, but they are not yet assembled into a coherent stream. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has a number of courses that interweave mechanical/electrical/electronics concepts, as detailed in Table2 . In addition, the Department of Mechanical Engineering has recently organized the Laboratory for Adaptive Materials, Smart Structures, and Mechatronics to study the multi-facet applications of these technologies.... ..."

### Table 2. Clutter False-Alarm Statistics and Categories for PWF Data at 1-ft x 1-ft Resolution*

1995

"... In PAGE 9: ... The false alarms at each stage were categorized as either man-made discretes or natural-clutter false alarms. Table2 gives the breakdown for each stage with respect to the type of false alarm. Also included in Table 2 is the best subset of fea- tures used in the discrimination stage.... In PAGE 9: ... Table 2 gives the breakdown for each stage with respect to the type of false alarm. Also included in Table2 is the best subset of fea- tures used in the discrimination stage. For PWF and HH polarizations, the best subset of features was found by examining all possible combinations of three or more features and determining which subset produced the best discrimination performance using the netted target data set and the 56 km2 of Stockbridge clutter false alarms.... In PAGE 9: ... To produce false-alarm statistics, 56 km2 of clutter data collected in Stockbridge, New York, were used. The results presented in Table2 also indicate the clutter rejection capabilities of the MSE classifier. In the classification stage, with the probability of detec- tion PD = 0.... ..."

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### Table 1 Estimation of the fractal

### Table 3 Estimation of the fractal

### Table 4: Fractal Dimension

"... In PAGE 8: ... A purist might insist that since we fail to reject at the .05 level in Table4 , we cannot state that we have a significant Table 1: Coefficient of Variation Test div p-value Wilcoxon 0.0008 Paired t-Test 0.... ..."

### Table 3. Fractal Parameters for Grinding.

"... In PAGE 9: ... As a result, the fractal compo- nent takes into account e ects that cannot be represented with the other two components. The results from this tech- nique, shown in Table3 , follow expected trends (Srinivasan et al., 1995).... ..."

### Table 2 Test Ensemble (fractal members). H is the fractal increment[6].

### Table 1 describes the object types in the representation; Figure 1 illustrates the rep- resentation. Figure 2 provides an overview of the algorithm used to develop a phe- notype from a genotype. Note how most of the dynamics rely on the interaction of fractal proteins. Evolution is used to design genes that are expressed into fractal proteins with specific shapes, which result in developmental processes with specific dynamics.

2003

"... In PAGE 2: ... The result is an emergent computer program made from dy- namically forming gene regulatory networks (GRNs) that control all cell growth, position and behaviour in a developing creature [13]. Table1 . Types of objects in the representation fractal proteins defined as subsets of the Mandelbrot set.... ..."

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