### Table 1. The real-valued result of

"... In PAGE 4: ... The value is 37-digits integer number 4942848 0113470152 6689613611 7917111340 10 55 8 = b . As we see in Table1 the accuracy of calculation of 1 f is growing up when number of digits, used by Maple during calculation, is greater or equal than 37. Table 1.... ..."

### Table 2 Comparison of real and approximate inventory cost Example Real value of

"... In PAGE 15: ... (1996). The comparison of real and approximate values of inven- tory cost is provided in Table2 , which illustrates that the Table 2 Comparison of real and approximate inventory cost Example Real value of... ..."

### Table 2: Parameters for the real-valued GA. Parameter Value

"... In PAGE 6: ... The search space is IRd+1 for binary classification problems, and IR2d+2 for ternary classi- fication problem, where d is the number of attributes in the problem domain. The evolutionary parameters are detailed in Table2 . All experiments with the real-valued GA rely on the C++ framework Open BEAGLE [9, 10].... ..."

### Table 4: Real value of exports of fishery products from developing countries in

1997

"... In PAGE 2: ....................... 7 Table4 : Real value of exports of fishery products from developing countries in perspective, 1983-1993 .... In PAGE 10: ...). Table4 shows the rise of real foreign exchange receipts of developing countries from fisheries from 1983 to 1993, compared to events in other agricultural and livestock export markets. While other traditional exports stagnate or decline in real terms, fisheries receipts are growing rapidly.... ..."

### Table 10: Random samples of a function with real-valued inputs.

"... In PAGE 8: ...n exhaustive table. We are assuming, instead, that we are given a nite partial table3. We will again use an example to identify challenges posed by real-valued variables and explore some approaches to those challenges. Table10 is a set of samples from a function of the form f : [0; 1]2 ! [0; 1], de ned as: f(x; y) = ( y if x 0:5 1 ? y if x gt; 0:5 If we chose x as a column variable and y a row variable then the resulting partition matrix is shown in Table 11. This table demonstrates a signi cant change from the familiar partition matrices for functions with binary inputs | each column and each row only has one entry.... ..."

### Table 6: Comparison of discrete and real-valued propo sitions

1999

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### Table 6: Comparison of discrete and real-valued propo- sitions

1999

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### Table 2. Data transferred by hub peers (nb. of real values sent)

2004

"... In PAGE 66: ... Again, a subsumption may be supported by multiple nodes. Table 1 and Table2 show what these tables look like for the semantic network displayed in Fig. 3.... In PAGE 66: ...emantic network displayed in Fig. 3. Table 1. Class Instance Tables Table2 . Class Taxonomy Table Class C2 Class C3 (*combination node of D1 and D4) Individual Supporting Node Individual Supporting Node SuperClass SubClass Supporting Node a1 D1 a3 D2 C1 C2 V14* a2 D4 a3 D3 C1 C3 D2 Now we give the algorithm for processing a document (PROCESS-DOC).... ..."

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### Table 9: Summary of the decomposition of a real-valued function.

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