### Table 1.4: Decidability of subtype rst order theory.

### Table 6: Order of features as suggested by theory, in the reverse order of that suggested by the theory, and in alphabetical order. Q measure based on Hamming distance and the information dissimilarity measures.

1992

"... In PAGE 21: ... The greater increase in performance for the combined database is due in part to the increase in , but is also due to the increased effectiveness of both classification systems when database size increases. Table6 shows the effects of both ordering the features as suggested by the the- ory proposed above and ordering the features in the reverse order of that suggested by the theory. The increase in Hamming distance and in the information dissimi- larity between adjacent documents is greatest when the features are sorted by the relative information of the features as suggested by the theory.... ..."

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### Table 1: Theories of partial ordering relations and their underlying principles.

2004

"... In PAGE 7: ... a0a2a1a1a0a2a5a8a7a10a9 a11a14a13a15a7 Atct a11a17a16a59a11a17a19 a21 a3a2 a24a26a13 a0a2a1a1a0a4a27a30a29 Atct a11 a31a32a7a10a9 a24a61a33a38a35a38a36a38a36a37a36a15a35a39a24a41a40a14a13a15a7a39a7a10a42 a33a39a43a41a44a45a43a41a40 a24a41a44a61a46a22a21a4a2a41a11 a13a72a16 a7a47a50 a13a15a7a47a50a28a46 a21 a4a2 a11a20a31 a52 a33a39a43a41a44a45a43a41a40 a50a28a54a55a24 a44 a13a39a13 Conclusions The theories of the component-of, mass-part-of, and contained-in relations presented in this paper share the fact that they all are partial orderings and satisfy the principle of extensionality. (In Table1 this is indicated by the + symbols.) That the principle of extensionality is satisfied means that at a given moment in time we can identify and distinguish masses in terms of their proper parts, complexes in terms of their components, and containers in terms of the entities they contain.... ..."

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### Table 2.1: Representation of non-contiguous subsets of the time axis in the dense-order constraint theory

2001

### Table 5: Ordering - this concept is given to HR when working in number theory

2000

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### Table 5: Ordering - this concept is given to HR when working in number theory

2000

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### Table 1. Leading-order perturbation theory values of the parameters of polynomial kdjul and kujdl relations, derived for the n 21 spectral index.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Indeed, in our simulations the skewness measured with an 8h21Mpc top-hat filter has the value of 1:77 ^ 0:11: 4 THE FORWARD RELATION With our models, we have tested the polynomial approximation of the mean forward DVDR (equation 4). We compare the coefficients a1, a2 and a3 computed from our simulations with the corresponding third-order perturbation theory (3PT) values ( Table1 ) in Fig. 3.... ..."

### Table 1: shows how the numerically computed width of the layer depends on as ! 0+. The theory predicts that the width is of order log( ) as ! 0+.

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... The layer is de ned to start and end when the nite element solution is bounded away from these values by a small number - here we choose 0:03. Selected results for the PN diode problem are presented in Table1 , these clearly show that the desired order of is present in the computed widths. We also observe that the number of nodes needed to compute successively more severe layers does not blow up.... ..."

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