### TABLE I A Development History of Stochastic Filtering Theory.

### Table 2: Some Verbs of Ful llment One of the applications of the theory developed in this paper is to systematically give a rigorous semantics to what I call the verbs of ful llment. These are verbs such as \obey, quot; 19

1993

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### Table 4. PRISM Center development of e-Work theories, models, and tools (examples).

in Design of effective e-Work: review of models, tools, and emerging challenges., Production Planning

"... In PAGE 11: ... However, it has also been evident that e-Work is associated with new complex needs and new design challenges. Table4 summarizes a sample of projects attempting to understand the new requirements and chal- lenges, and develop useful theories and solutions for them. Supply planner Performance monitor Cost optimizer VR tutor matcher GriTeam Functions Archive share Collaboration Scientific research e-Learning The NMI middleware platform GriTeam Services and Toolkit Resource Broker Grid components Grid components Grid components Examples: M.... ..."

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### Table 1: Developments in equivariant bifurcation theory from (relative) equilibria and (relative) periodic solutions.

1998

"... In PAGE 2: ...Table 1: Developments in equivariant bifurcation theory from (relative) equilibria and (relative) periodic solutions. The references in Table1 are not intended to be complete. Extensive references to previous partial results on bifurcation from isolated periodic solutions can be found in [25].... In PAGE 2: ...l. [34]. These results are necessarily partial since at that time the results in [25] were not available. In this paper, we show that the ideas in [25, 34], together with certain group theoretic results, yield a systematic approach to bifurcation from relative periodic solutions. We now describe in more detail the results outlined in Table1 . The rst systematic results in equivariant bifurcation theory were obtained in [18] for bifurcations from fully symmetric equilibria under the assumption that the group of symmetries ? is a compact Lie group.... In PAGE 20: ... Recall that V0; denotes the one dimensional irreducible representations of D 2`, and Vj, 1 j lt; `=2 denotes the two dimensional irreducible representations. Our results are almost identical to those given in [25, Table1 ] and are tabulated in Table 5. We note that the rst ve columns and most of the eighth column can be read o directly from [25, Table 1].... In PAGE 20: ... Our results are almost identical to those given in [25, Table 1] and are tabulated in Table 5. We note that the rst ve columns and most of the eighth column can be read o directly from [25, Table1 ]. The remaining entries are straightforward.... ..."

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### Table 2 Replies to the question did you go back to the theory/activities during program development? Group1 Group 2

### Table 1 The classical geometers were able to give detailed descriptions of those solutions that satisfy additional conditions (e.g. solutions corresponding to surfaces of rota- tion), but there was no methodology at hand by which one could characterize the entire space, or at least a reasonably large subset thereof. A brief discussion of their results is relegated to the third section of this paper. The intervening period of time has seen the development of the theory of inte- grable systems, or soliton theory. The idea of this theory is to nd a bi-Hamiltonian

1994

"... In PAGE 6: ...) We remind the reader that proofs for the case that quot; is the Minkowski metric can be found in [21]. As noted in Table1 the soliton P.... In PAGE 6: ... A surface with a linear rela- tionship between the Gauss curvature K and the mean curvature H is called a linear Weingarten surface. Table1 gives a complete list, up to homothety and parallelism, of the nontrivial linear Weingarten surfaces. So far we have restricted ourselves to linear Weingarten surfaces in three-dimen- sional Euclidean space.... ..."

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### Table 6: Preliminary Sample by Decision Support Focus The final DSS factor that was analysed in the preliminary sample was the practical relevance of the research in each article. This is a subjective judgement that was informed by the aims and objectives of the paper, the nature of the discussion, and in particular the content of the concluding comments of each paper. The researchers spent considerable time in discussing and reviewing their coding of this factor to assist in calibrating the independent processes. Table 7 shows that 46.3% of the preliminary sample was regarded as high or very high for practical relevance. This was a much higher figure than was expected. If this statistic is repeated in the full sample, it will show a well-balanced discipline. Any professionally focused academic area (like DSS) needs a reasonable balance between theory development and application.

2005

"... In PAGE 6: ... The unit of analysis specifies the focus of the research project and is usually guided by the reference theories and previous domain research used by the researchers. Table6 shows that the decision support focus of the papers in the preliminary sample was reasonably evenly spread across system development, information technology, the impact of the systems on the organization, and the decison-making process. ... ..."

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### Table 1. Statisticians have developed a large infrastructure (theory) to support their methods and a language (probability calculus) to describe their approach to quantifying the uncertainty associated with drawing inferences from data. These methods enable one to describe relationships between variables for prediction, quantifying e ects, or suggesting causal paths.

### Table 1. Statisticians have developed a large infrastructure (theory) to support their methods and a language (probability calculus) to describe their approach to quantifying the uncertainty associated with drawing inferences from data. These methods enable one to describe relationships between variables for prediction, quantifying effects, or suggesting causal paths.

1996