### Table 1. Pairwise shape distances.

"... In PAGE 17: ... For the sake for brevity, we will refer to all measures as metrics or distances with the understanding that the bending energies do not satisfy the required properties of a true metric. The results of pairwise matching of all nine shapes is listed in Table1 , containing the actual pairwise distances, and Table 2, which lists the ranked matches from best to worst for each metric. Table 2 clearly shows a global trend in the rankings among the different metrics.... ..."

### Table 1. Symmetric pairwise distance matrix for test data set.

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ...btained as 0.444 (4.44/10). The symmetric pairwise-distance matrix for this example is given in Table1 , which the PAUP (Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony) computer program, Version 4.0, Beta 9, (Swofford, 2001; Maddison et al.... ..."

### Table 3: Jukes-Cantor pairwise distance estimates.

2006

"... In PAGE 33: ... An alternative approach is to estimate pairwise distances between species i, j using the formula in Proposition 12. The resulting metric on the set X = {gg, hs, mm, pt, rn, cf, dr, tn, tr, xt} is given in Table3 . For example, the pairwise alignment between human and chicken (extracted from the multiple alignment) has n = 14202 positions, of which k = 7132 are different.... ..."

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### Table 3: Jukes-Cantor pairwise distance estimates.

2006

"... In PAGE 6: ... The abbreviations refer to the Latin names of these organisms. They will be used in Table3 and Figure 4. From alignments of the ten genomes, the following hypothesis was derived, which we state in the form of a mathematical conjecture.... In PAGE 34: ... An alternative approach is to estimate pairwise distances between species i, j using the formula in Proposition 12. The resulting metric on the set X = {gg, hs, mm, pt, rn, cf, dr, tn, tr, xt} is given in Table3 . For example, the pairwise alignment between human and chicken (extracted from the multiple alignment) has n = 14202 positions, of which k = 7132 are different.... ..."

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### Table 1. Pairwise distances between HMMs of di erent genres for sequences of 5000 symbols.

2001

"... In PAGE 6: ... Then we generated sequences of length T = 5000 using each model and computed pairwise distances using Equation 10. The resulting distances are given in Table1 . By examining the values for the distances we can see that the cspan class is well-separated from the other three classes.... In PAGE 7: ...able 2. Confusion matrix when classifying di erent genres using HMMs of order 6. The results are shown in Table 2. From this table we can see that the results agree with the distance distribution between classes given in Table1 . The similarity between the models soap and sports cause many misclassi cations between these two genres.... In PAGE 7: ... The similarity between the models soap and sports cause many misclassi cations between these two genres. Notice from Table1 that the distance between sports and talk, d( sports; talk)=2:0938 is greater than d( soap; talk)=2:0329 which accounts for the fact that soap opera sequences are misclassi ed as talk shows more often than sports sequences. 6.... ..."

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### Table 4. Pair-wise Euclidian distances for the ECG data

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ...As it can be observed from Table4 , distances between period 1 and all other periods are the highest. This indicates that this period could be a discord.... ..."

### TABLE III LOWEST 15 PAIRWISE DISTANCES OBTAINED USING NCD ON THE BENCHMARK log x3.

### TABLE II LOWEST 15 PAIRWISE DISTANCES OBTAINED USING THE LONGEST-MOST INFREQUENT DISTANCE ON THE BENCHMARK x3 + x2 + x + 1.

### TABLE I PAIRWISE DISTANCES AMONG SPECIES OF PRIMATES. THE NEX FILE IS INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE SPLITSTREE [12], [13] HTTP://WWW.SPLITSTREE.ORG

2005

### Table 1 Original distance matrix between six species of honeybees (genus Apis). The pairwise distances among species were obtained by means of the Hamming distance computed over DNA sequences (677 bases).

"... In PAGE 4: ... (We have not reported here the DNA sequences that we used, each of which comprised 677 characters; readers are referred to the popular SplitsTree package by Huson (1998) which includes an example with the complete set of bee DNA sequences.) A distance matrix ( Table1 ) for A. andreniformis, A.... In PAGE 4: ... 2 Reticulate phylogeny representing the evolution of honey- bees (genus Apis). It was constructed by adding two reticulation branches (dashed lines) to a phylogenetic tree (solid lines) inferred from distance data in Table1 using the neighbour-joining fitting algorithm. Boxes: bootstrap support values for the clades (NJ: neighbour-joining; ML: maximum likelihood).... ..."