### Table 1: 8 dimensional Cohomological Yang-Mills Theories

"... In PAGE 8: ... The reduction of the holomony group to Spin(7) or SU(4) allows an invariant closed four from , which we have used for both topological action and covariant gauge xing condition. A comparison of two cases is made in the Table1 . We expect that a model on the eight dimensional hyperKahler manifold with Sp(2) apos; Spin(5) holonomy is also interesting.... ..."

### Table 3: SCFTs based on N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories rank 2:

"... In PAGE 13: ... By counting the number of parameters, however, we nd that the singularity is of the form y2 = (x2 ? b2)r+1 (b 6 = 0 is of order ) and their SCFTs belong to the same universality class as MAr. In summary, in Table3 we present a list of universality classes in N = 2 pure Yang-Mills theories with classical gauge groups.We explicitly write down the dimensions for lower rank theories:... In PAGE 18: ...It is easy to check that the above construction reproduces the exponents of Table3 in the case of An and Dn singularities. Thus we have some consid- erable evidence for the A-D-E classi cation of SCFTs originating from pure N = 2 gauge theories.... ..."

### Table 2: Particle multiplet, 56 of of E7(7) and Yang-Mills interpretation.

"... In PAGE 5: ...g. for d = 7, the particle multiplet transforms in the 56 of E(7(7) with content listed in Table2 . The multiplet consists of the particle states obtained from the KK state and completely wrapped M2, M5 and KK6-branes.... In PAGE 7: ... On the other hand, a wrapped membrane of the string multiplet bound to N D0-branes becomes a KK state bound to N Dd-branes with energy EYM = 1=sI = RlT1 describing a massless excitation. More generally, the U-duality invariant gauge theory masses can be computed as EYM = M2 P+ + RlT1 (20) As an example, the last column of Table2 gives the corresponding gauge theory masses corresponding to the particle multiplet of E7(7). The rst state is the state carrying electric ux mentioned above, while the second state carries magnetic ux, and corre- sponds in general to a Dd-D(d ? 2) bound state.... ..."

### Table 9: Self-dual codes over GF(19)

2001

"... In PAGE 17: ...Table9 lists the orders |Aut(C)| of the automorphism groups and the weight enumerators W of the codes. From (2), the codes in Table 9 complete the classification of self-dual codes of length 4.... In PAGE 17: ...enumerators W of the codes. From (2), the codes in Table9 complete the classification of self-dual codes of length 4. Proposition 6.... ..."

### Table 3: Binary Self-Dual Codes with n 28

"... In PAGE 4: ... The second statement follows similarly by taking the unique minimum weight vector with a vector of the second smallest weight. 2 Table3 gives d2 and d3 for all binary self-dual codes with n 28. Note that the code e8i2 has d1 = 2 and d2 = 6 which is higher than the bound d2 2d1 guarantees, so a self-dual code exists which exceeds the bound.... ..."

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### Table I The highest minimal distance of a self-dual code

1990

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### Table I The highest minimal distance of a self-dual code

1990

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### Table 2: Experimental evaluation on Threshold, Self-Dual Threshold, and Self- Dual Fano-Plane graphs.

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### Table 2. Actions of Some Low-Lying Solutions

1992

"... In PAGE 8: ... For larger values of n we must use the asymptotic analysis of the next section. The actions of 19 low-lying non-self-dual stationary points of the Yang-Mills actions are listed in Table2 , as computed with lmax = 5. In each case, the last signi cant digit is the last digit listed.... ..."

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