### Table 1. Experimental area covered by the different robot morphologies. In the second column the whole camera image is considered. In the third column, the area that was entered by robot B was taken as the reference. In the fourth column, the number of bins is listed that each robot morphology was able to enter more than five times. This shows how evenly the different robots covered the area

### Table 1: Software locations.

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ... Unfortunately LIS does not currently have any tools available for evolving robot morphologies, and the pieces of their evolutionary framework that do not directly rule out morphological evolution are not de- signed with this in mind. Table1 contains download and documen- tation locations for the software mentioned above.... ..."

### Table 1: Software locations.

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ... Unfortunately LIS does not currently have any tools available for evolving robot morphologies, and the pieces of their evolutionary framework that do not directly rule out morphological evolution are not de- signed with this in mind. Table1 contains download and documen- tation locations for the software mentioned above.... ..."

### Table 1: Morphological parameters of the biped robot. A ul represents one unit length defined as the five times the radius of the spherical sockets at the hip and knees. A um represents one unit mass defined as the mass of the same spherical socket. The ranges of the parameters which vary under evolutionary control are shown in square brackets. Index Object Dimensions Mass

### Table 4: Morphological Matrix

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ... 2. Baseline and Alternative Concepts Identification: A Morphological Matrix created for the SHCT is shown in Table4 . The shaded circles indicate the baseline vehicle for this research with a certain level of technologies applied.... ..."

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### Table 2 Morphological criteria

"... In PAGE 4: ... The feature values of morphological crite- ria were obtained by microscopic examination of bone marrow smears. They were divided into five groups (see Table2 ), and the percentage of cells in each group was determined by the hematologist. The feature values of morphological criteria for ALL include cell size, nuclear chromatin, nuclear shape, nucleolus, amount of cytoplasm, cytoplas- mic basophilia and cytoplasmic vacuolation.... ..."

### Table 3: Morphological Matrix

2000

"... In PAGE 3: ... The feasibility investigation commences with the identification of a baseline vehicle that most often identifies the present-day technology level. An example Morphological Matrix for the SHCT is shown in Table3 . The shaded circles indicate the baseline vehicle for this research with baseline technologies applied.... ..."

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### Table 1: The morphological axioms.

"... In PAGE 3: ... We are now in the position to define the Morpho-logic. The morpho-logic is a theory in the hybrid arrow logic whose ax- ioms are shown in Table1 . We present it as an extension of the arrow logic of Definition 2.... In PAGE 3: ...6 (Notation) As a point of notation, we use KHAL for the axiomatization of the hybrid arrow-logic. Of all the axioms presented in Table1 , the axiom (rev31) and (rev32) are the most notable ones. The purpose of the axioms is to give the relations C, R and I a group semantics.... In PAGE 3: ... Proof. First, we note that the axioms in Table1 are pure formulas. Then, we remark that every pure formula is di- persistent.... In PAGE 6: ... QED 4 Concluding Remarks Driven by the Mathematical Morphology view of space, we introduced a language based on hybrid arrow logic to reason about space. The logic, which is a theory in the hybrid arrow logic defined by the axioms of Table1 , is a powerful lan- guage to express morphological as well as mereotopological properties of space. To reason in the morpho-language we introduced a resolution calculus.... ..."

### Table 3: Morphological Disambiguation

2006

"... In PAGE 5: ...(1995) to estimate the likelihood of each analy- sis. Table3 reports the results of full morphologi- cal disambiguation. For each morpheme and word models, three types of models were tested: [1] First-order HMM, [2-] Partial second-order HMM - only state transitions were modeled (excluding B2 matrix), [2] Second-order HMM (including the B2 matrix).... ..."

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### Table 1: The morphological axioms.

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ...he world labeled i, i.e., a world that satisfies i. We are now in the position to define the Morpho-logic. The morpho-logic is a theory in the hybrid arrow logic whose ax- ioms are shown in Table1 . We present it as an extension of... In PAGE 5: ... We do not report here the full axiomatization of the hybrid arrow language as it can be found in [de Freitas et al., 2002], but rather report the new axioms with morphological significance ( Table1 ). As a point of notation, we use KHAL for the ax- iomatization of the hybrid arrow-logic.... In PAGE 5: ... As a point of notation, we use KHAL for the ax- iomatization of the hybrid arrow-logic. Of all the axioms presented in Table1 , the axiom (rev4) is the most notable one. The purpose of the axioms is to give the relations C, R and I a group semantics.... In PAGE 5: ... Proof. First, we note that the axioms in Table1 are Sahlqvist formulas. Second, the relations C are R versatile, in the sense of [Venema, 1993].... In PAGE 7: ... QED 4 Concluding Remarks Driven by the Mathematical Morphology view of space, we introduced a language based on hybrid arrow logic to reason about space. The logic, which is a theory in the hybrid arrow logic defined by the axioms of Table1 , is a powerful lan- guage to express morphological as well as mereotopological properties of space.... ..."