### Table 1: Four possible frameworks for complexity in evolution

### Table 1: Contrasting typical Digital Library links with the navigational possibilities of complex hyperlinking.

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### Table 1: summary of possible learning approaches according to the complexity of the approach and the organisational level it works on

### Table 2: Possible patterns of variations and similarities of outcomes in a complex research design that combines comparisons of nations and sectors

### Table 4-1: Possible solutions to develop a QoS aware Complex Internet Service

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"... In PAGE 72: ...2-SAG-1203-PU-O/b1 Final system specification Page 72 of 101 The AQUILA Complex Internet Service is Mediazine - a platform for music fans. As the current web technologies do not enable at application level a direct use of QoS technologies, there exist three possibilities to develop the Mediazine that are depicted and evaluated in the Table4 -1. The Mediazine will use the AQUILA QoS API the so called EAT API in order to produce the QoS re- quests.... ..."

### Table 2. Two other examples. The bias defines all possible biological reactions ((de)complexation, synthesis, degradation or (de)phosphorylation)

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### Table 7.2: The lowest possible computational complexity and the corresponding round complexity of the protocols for generating shared random numbers (excluding the complexity of generating shared random bits). The security parameter of the generate-and-reduce protocol is denoted by k; the number of participants is denoted by t.

### Table 1). A similar approach was used for the linearized shal- low water equations in oceanography by Darblade et al. (1997). If we use the split suggested by Hu (1996a), the linearized system will have a solution u2 5 0, and be as if we did not split the u variable in the PML. The dispersion relation (see Darblade 1997) between possibly complex wave vector (kx, ky) and possibly com- plex frequency v can be obtained (using the MAPLE symbolic manipulator):

### Table 3: Possible patterns of variations and similarities of outcomes in a complex research design comparing water and electricity privatisation in France and Germany

### Table 2 provides the within-cell means for each factoriza- tion scheme. A factorization scheme performs better when the mean distance within its cells are lower than those in another scheme. For the Simple and the Foot Schemes all possible factor combinations are found in the corpus. For the Complex1 Scheme only 30 out of the possible 54 com- binations were found, and for the Complex2 Scheme only 48 out of the possible 96 combinations. The RMSE and Delta Distance decrease with increasing complexity of the factorization scheme. The exception is the Delta Distance which is lower for the Foot Scheme than for the Complex1 Scheme.

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"... In PAGE 3: ... Table2 . Average within-cell means for the different factor- ization schemes.... ..."

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