### Table 2 Dice versus specific mutual information scores for the English word today. The correct translation is shown in bold.

"... In PAGE 12: ... After carefully studying the errors produced, we suspected that the Dice measure would produce better results for our task, according to the arguments given above. Consider the example given in Table2 . In the table, the second column represents candidate French word pairs for translating the single word today.... In PAGE 13: ... Table 4 gives concrete examples in which the Dice coefficient outperforms specific mutual information. The table has a similar format as Table2 . X represents an English collocation (credit card or affirmative action), and Y represents candidate translations in French (e.... ..."

### Table 2 Dice versus specific mutual information scores for the English word today. The correct

### Table 2 Some game-theoretic values of games known today Game Result

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"... In PAGE 13: ... 6. Conclusions In Table2 , we have collected the main results known today, in which 0 stands for draw, 1 for a first-player win, and 2 for a second-player win. For mnk-games we only included games with m and n at least being equal to k, since otherwise the game is trivially drawn.... In PAGE 13: ... For Domineering we only have included m m games. From Table2 we see that in a variety of two-person zero-sum games with perfect information the concept of initiative seems to be the predominant notion, Table 2 Some game-theoretic values of games known today Game Result... ..."

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### Table 8: Shows an overview of the participants in the user test with information about their back- ground and how they manage their usernames and passwords today. The number of user accounts each participant have, is also shown in the table.

### TABLE IV UTILITY IN OVERLOAD.

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### Table 1. Overload due to failures.

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"... In PAGE 7: ... Under high utilization, this is unrealistic. Table1 generalizes this analysis to replica groups with n nodes. Losing two of five nodes in a replica group, for example, implies a redirected load of 2/3 extra load (two loads spread over three remaining nodes) and an overload factor for those nodes of 5/3 or 166 percent of normal load.... In PAGE 8: ... Under the giant-scale services model, the basic question is how many locations to establish and how many replicas to put at each. To examine the load redirection problem, I return to Table1 . With two replicas at each of three locations, for exam- ple, we expect to lose 2/6 of the replicas during a natural disaster, which implies that each of the remaining sites must handle 50 percent more traf- fic.... ..."

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### Table 1. Overload due to failures.

2001

"... In PAGE 7: ... Under high utilization, this is unrealistic. Table1 generalizes this analysis to replica groups with n nodes. Losing two of five nodes in a replica group, for example, implies a redirected load of 2/3 extra load (two loads spread over three remaining nodes) and an overload factor for those nodes of 5/3 or 166 percent of normal load.... In PAGE 8: ... Under the giant-scale services model, the basic question is how many locations to establish and how many replicas to put at each. To examine the load redirection problem, I return to Table1 . With two replicas at each of three locations, for exam- ple, we expect to lose 2/6 of the replicas during a natural disaster, which implies that each of the remaining sites must handle 50 percent more traf- fic.... ..."

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### TABLE II SERVER ALLOCATION IN OVERLOAD.

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### Table 1: Overloading of the boolean operators.

"... In PAGE 16: ... Therefore, it is important that the reader is well aware of this double interpretation. To emphasise this, Table1 shows the \lifted quot; meaning of the standard boolean operators. The set of all state-predicates shall be denoted with... In PAGE 17: ... State-predicates true and false are con ned by any set. Con nement is preserved by any predicate operator in Table1 . So, for example, if p; q 2 Pred:V then p ^ q 2 Pred:V .... ..."