### Table 3: The Eight Possible Patterns of Trade.

"... In PAGE 23: ...opying is advantageous, i.e., the ease of copying, a c ; the factor endowment in the North and South; and #0Cnally the relative e#0Eciency of the South across all activities. Table3 summarises the eight possible patterns of trade #282 possible combinations of Northern production times 4 possible Southern combinations#29. 8 In CLPC, as in G amp;H, since the only factor of production is unskilled labour and there is no traditional sector, there are only three phases in the South: copying only, copying and innovation, and innovation only.... In PAGE 26: ... In the North the typical #0Crm must takeinto account that, during the period of time dt, it will be imitated by the South and forced out of business with probability _ n S c =n N i dt. This gives the no-arbitrage condition #19 N v N + _ v N v N , _ n S c n N i = r N : #2861#29 In the South we must distinguish the 4 stages of development #28see Table3 #29. Stage I: Traditional Only #19 S c v S c + _ v S c v S c #3Cr S ; #2862#29 Stage II: Traditional and Copying #19 S i v S i + _ v S i v S i #3Cr S = #19 S c v S c + _ v S c v S c : #2863#29 Stage III: Traditional and Copying and Innovation #19 S i v S i + _ v S i v S i = #19 S c v S c + _ v S c v S c = r S ; #2864#29... In PAGE 34: ... This is a result which applies more generally,asis evident from Tables 5 and 6. 4 The Gains from Trade and the International Di#0Busion of Knowledge: Numerical Results The analysis of sections 2 and 3 has provided us with some partial insights into the properties of the model, but not with the full solutions to the equilibria that corre- spond to the di#0Berent patterns of trade in Table3 . For these we require numerical computations to which we now turn.... ..."

### Table 1: Possible patterns in positively curved graphs

"... In PAGE 16: ... Thus, the pattern (3; i; j) for j 42 is not possible at u and v. Consequently, according to Table1 , u; v either both have pattern (4; 4; j) or both have pattern (3; 3; 3; j) for some j 42. In the rst case, choose u0; v0 so that uu0v0vu is the facial walk of a 4-face.... In PAGE 17: ... Then v must either be incident with two squares, or with one triangle and another face of size 6. An easy check of Table1 shows that this implies (v) 1 132. Therefore, 0(v) 1 132(d+1) 1 792.... ..."

### Table 1. Number of possible patterns for each pattern size

"... In PAGE 11: ... Table1 gives the number of possible patterns for each number of hexagon. However, out of all these possible patterns, only a few have interesting connection properties that cannot be deduced by smaller patterns.... ..."

### Table 1: Number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations.

2001

"... In PAGE 10: ...286 3.4 Number of Possible Patterns and Rules In Table1 the number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations are presented. A pattern is a rectangular shape containing only black, white and empty intersections.... ..."

Cited by 14

### Table 1: Number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations.

2001

"... In PAGE 10: ...286 3.4 Number of Possible Patterns and Rules In Table1 the number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations are presented. A pattern is a rectangular shape containing only black, white and empty intersections.... ..."

Cited by 14

### Table 1: Number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations

2001

Cited by 14

### Table 1: Number of possible patterns and rules for different sizes and locations

2001

Cited by 14

### Table 1. Two Possible Patterns for n=[1,3,3] Basic Period 1 2 3

1996

Cited by 1

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

### Table 2. Possible patterns in SAPI 5 XML format for placing the filler model, which appears as ... .Question marks indicate optional use.

"... In PAGE 4: ... For both slots and keywords, we could employ any number of different patterns for placing the filler models, if any. Table2 displays some of the patterns in SAPI 5 format, which is an XML for- mat where question marks indicate optional use. Although the Table is for keywords, the same pat- terns apply for slots.... ..."