### TABLEIII PERFORMANCE WITH THE NEXT-STEP CHANNEL PREDICTION

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### Table 2. The type of hints for a next-step hint

2003

"... In PAGE 4: ... We observed five different forms of hint; (1) a direct exhibition, (2) a question as k- ing a whole postulate/proposition, (3) a question asking about a relationship in the proposition, (4) a question asking about the elements involved in a proposition, and (5) mentioning or pointing to a related configuration in the problem figure. As an illustration of this Cartesian product categorization, Table2 shows all possi- ble hints for a proof step that invokes the theorem of isosceles triangle (i.e.... In PAGE 5: ... Table2 . The parenthesized numbers in Table 2 shows the number of hints in each category.... ..."

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### Table 3 Multiple regression analyses and logistic regression analyses applied to adulthood outcomes with basic childhood sociometric variables as predictors and with control variables entered in the next step

"... In PAGE 9: ... In this approach, each adult adjustment indicator was in a separate analysis treated as the dependent variable in a multiple linear or logistic regression analysis, with the original sociometric measures, averaged over ages 10 and 13, as the independent variables. Findings that are significant are shown in Table3 .They coincided in general with the results for the clusters as shown in Tables 1 and 2.... In PAGE 9: ... While criminality was significantly predicted by the two sociometric variables, none of these was by itself contributing significantly. When in the next step the childhood control variables were entered into the regression equations, we found (see Table3 ) that, like for the cluster groups, GPA was a strong predictor of vocational career, making the association with lm non-significant. The same was true for aggression as predictor of criminality.... ..."

### Table 3: Estimates for the intervals [a? k ; a+ k ] representing self-consistent apriori bounds What should be clear at this point is that the uncertainty contributed by the terms not in the Galerkin projection are extremely small. Obviously, at this point most of the uncertainty is due to the size of W. Having controlled the errors from the Galerkin truncation, the next step is to obtain an isolating block N which is topologically self consistent with W and fakg. In determing N we use the vector eld (29). Of course, the correct

"... In PAGE 26: ...3 is used to update a k for k gt; 2. After three iterations one obtains the estimates given in Table3 . It can now be checked that W and fa k g from Table 3 form self-consistent bounds.... In PAGE 26: ... After three iterations one obtains the estimates given in Table 3. It can now be checked that W and fa k g from Table3 form self-consistent bounds.... ..."

### Table 6 Potential Next Steps Title Description Project or Enterprise

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"... In PAGE 27: ... The critical element however is to keep the momentum high. Table6 shows some potential next steps, this list is not exhaustive, some of which could be actioned during the final session. Table 6 Potential Next Steps Title Description Project or Enterprise ... In PAGE 31: ...able 5 Level 0 Event Deliverables................................................................................................. 24 Table6 Potential Next Steps.... ..."

### Table 1. Search strategies: Popularity and distribution of next steps (percent).

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"... In PAGE 15: ... We analyzed the follow-up steps, the conversion efficiency over all paths (how many of the sessions of a type reached a school URL eventually), and the conversion efficiency over minimal paths (how many of the sessions of a type reached a school URL in the next step) (Spiliopoulou and Berendt, 2001). The popularity measure showed large differences within the 1449 school search sessions (out of a total of 6059 in the whole log), see Table1 . No state+string searches were found.... ..."

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### Table I) is through node CR. The next step of the operation is to

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### Table 1. The 10 Dance Steps and Its Next Step May Be.

### Table 2: Successive calculations using algorithm 1 The next step is to calculate P(6):

1994

"... In PAGE 18: ... Algorithm 1: The labeling of states with f5 using Algorithm 1 in Section 4.1 is illustrated in Table2 . The table shows the result of the successive calculations, performed from left (time=0) to right (time=6).... ..."

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### Table 3: The uncertainties after normalization in the PROBABILITY model The next step is to transform uncertainties into the EMYCIN model [2]. Table 4 shows these uncertainties.

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"... In PAGE 6: ...802 ?0:288 ?0:428 ?0:190 ?0:703 Table 5: The synthesis result in the EMYCIN model After transformation from the EMYCIN model to the PROBABILITY model and normalization, we get the nal uncertainties of 6 values shown in Table 6 in the PROBA- BILITY model. In Table3 , we can see that all of the ESs are against V alue1 and V alue6 (uncertainties obtained by ESs lt; p0) and all of ESs support V alue2 (uncertainties obtained by ESs gt; p0). For V alue3, V alue4, and V alue5, some ESs support them and some ESs are against them.... ..."

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