### Table 2. Alignment Statistics for the Three Pairs of Eukaryotic Organismsa

2005

"... In PAGE 13: ...1. Detailed statistics on alignment of the three pairs of eukaryotic PPI networks are shown in Table2 . In this table, we list the number of nodes in the alignment graph, nodes with at least one matched edge, matches, mismatches, and duplications in both organisms.... ..."

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### Table 1: Notations for Regular Path Expressions

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... Note that the notations used in this paper are slightly different from those used in XQuery working draft. See Table1 for the full notations for regular path expressions that we use in this paper. 3.... ..."

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### Table 1: Notations for Regular Path Expressions

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... Note that the notations used in this paper are slightly different from those used in XQuery working draft. See Table1 for the full notations for regular path expressions that we use in this paper. 3.... ..."

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### Table 1: Notations for Regular Path Expressions

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... Note that the notations used in this paper are slightly different from those used in XQuery working draft. See Table1 for the full notations for regular path expressions that we use in this paper. 3.... ..."

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### Table 1. Abbreviated syntax for XPath steps and their meaning

2003

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### TABLE III PERCENTAGE OF BAD BLOCKS AS A FUNCTION OF THE PROBABILITY OF CHECKING.

### Table 2 Factors and levels used in the activation-interval study Factor Description Level-1 Level-2

### Table: Nodes

2003

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### Table Nodes

### Table 1 shows the particular parameter settings for our evaluation system when all nodes are equipped with an A203 carrier board. Name Value Meaning

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ... Table1... In PAGE 11: ... (3). This step ultimately allows us to neglect the rare excessive transmission delays apparent in Figure 7 and choose quot;ps = [?3 s; 3 s] in Table1 instead: Since CV tolerates up to f faulty input arguments, a larger f (i.e.... In PAGE 11: ... Since we established in [Sch97b] and [SS99] that the result of a suitable convergence function is contained in the intersection of its m ? 2f-largest non-faulty input intervals, it follows that Ip s yields node s apos;s interval of accuracies s immediately after resynchro- nization. Plugging in the simpli ed parameters from Table1 and the obvious bounds Ts; Tp , we obtain s = 0 + 2u + G + 1s + u + G + quot; + (3 + ?) = 0 + 3u + 2G + quot; + (3 + ? + 1s) : Moreover, the interval of accuracies immediately before the next resynchronization is bounded by 0 = + P + u + G for G = [0; G], so that the worst case precision of any two non-faulty S-nodes in the system evaluates to = j 0j. Plugging in our particular parameter values nally gives the worst case accuracy and precision shown in Table 2.... ..."

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