### Table 3: Top level groups for 20Newsgroups via linear projection.

2005

"... In PAGE 17: ... In our experiments, we clip the dendrogram when the current merge distance is at least two times larger than previous one. For example, on 20Newsgroups dataset with linear discriminant projection approach, we have 8 top-level groups as shown in Table3 . The experimental results reported here are obtained via two-level classi cation.... ..."

### Table 5: Linear Model for Project 2

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ... Page 7 of 14 4.3 Development of the linear model and verification of its validity Table 4 and Table5 contain the features of the linear models for Project 1 and 2 respectively. Figure 3 presents the regression line LOC vs.... ..."

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### Table 4: Linear Model for Project 1 Coefficient Std. Error Significance

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ... Page 7 of 14 4.3 Development of the linear model and verification of its validity Table4 and Table 5 contain the features of the linear models for Project 1 and 2 respectively. Figure 3 presents the regression line LOC vs.... ..."

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### Table 3. Projection operators for linear fea- tures

"... In PAGE 2: ... Firslty, we must consider the projection operator (C8 AB AC )orcamera matrix that denotes the projection of linear features from the scene to the image plane (C8 AB AC BM C8 BF AX C8 BF ). Table3 summarises the range of projection operators for linear features. Hyperplane C8 BF C8 BFA3 Point DC BT AO C8 BT CP DC CP - Line DC CJBTBUCL AO C8 CJBT CJCP C8 BUCL CQCL DC CJCPCQCL DC CJBUBVCL AO C8 CJCR CJBU C8 CSCL BVCL DC CJCRCSCL Plane - DC BT AO C8 CS BT DC CS Table 3.... ..."

### Table 3. Projection operators for linear fea- tures

### Table 1: Projection of binary linear codes onto GF(4)

2003

"... In PAGE 8: ... In this way we obtain optimal binary [28; 15; 6] codes having projection O or projection E onto a linear [7; 4; 3] code over GF(4). See Table1 for more codes, where the fourth column denotes the highest minimum weight of the corresponding binary [n; k] code together with the theoretical upper bound. Example 4.... In PAGE 8: ... We get several optimal binary codes having projection O or projection E on C4. See Table1 for more examples. 5 Projections of binary self-dual codes onto GF(4) In this section, we characterize binary self-dual codes of length 8k which have either projec- tion O or projection E.... In PAGE 12: ...xample 5.5. When k = 2, there are exactly two Type II [16; 8; 4] binary codes A8 apos; A8 and E16 in the notation of [19]. By using exactly two Type II additive quaternary (4; 24; 2) codes in [15, Table1 ] or [13], we see that A8 apos; A8 and E16 have projection E onto (4; 24; 2) codes. The Type I [16; 8; 4] binary code F16 has projection E onto the Type I (4; 24; 2) code in [15, Table 2] or [13].... ..."

### Table 1 summarises the notation and degrees of freedom (DOF) for the group of linear features in the projective plane (CJBTBN BUBN BVCL BE C8 BE ).

"... In PAGE 2: ... Table1 . Linear features and there duals in C8 BE Similarly, Table 2 summarises the notation and the DOF for linear features in projective space (CJCPBN CQBN CRBN CSCL BE C8 BF ).... ..."

### Table 1 summarises the notation and degrees of freedom (DOF) for the group of linear features in the projective plane (CJBTBN BUBN BVCL BE C8 BE ).

"... In PAGE 2: ... Table1 . Linear features and there duals in C8 BE Similarly, Table 2 summarises the notation and the DOF for linear features in projective space (CJCPBN CQBN CRBN CSCL BE C8 BF ).... ..."