### Tables 6 and 7, without giving the results for individual data sets in Appendix A. In our view, the unordered CN2-SD algorithm is more appropriate for subgroup discovery than the ordered variant, as it induces a set of rules for each target class in turn.

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### Tables 6 and 7, without giving the results for individual data sets in Appendix A. In our view, the unordered CN2-SD algorithm is more appropriate for subgroup discovery than the ordered variant, as it induces a set of rules for each target class in turn.

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### Table 2. Different motion patterns ( rst column) and the ranks of the generalized structure tensors for 1, 2, and 3 motions (table rows). This table summarizes our results by showing the correspondence between the different motion patterns and the tensor ranks that can, in turn, be used to estimate the con dence for a particular pattern, i.e., a proper motion model. Note that the rank of JN induces a natural order of complexity for patterns consisting of N additive layers.

"... In PAGE 5: ... 4.1 Two 1D Transparent Moving Gratings In the projective plane, two moving gratings correspond to the fline, lineg case - see Table2 . According to the theory, the perceived motion should correspond to the intersection point U of the two lines and indeed it does - see Fig.... In PAGE 7: ... In the current framework, the in- trinsic dimension corresponds to the rank of J1. As shown in Table2 , by introducing the generalized structure tensor, we can further differentiate the signal classes of a given (integer) intrinsic dimension. In some sense, we thereby de ne frac- tional intrinsic dimensions.... In PAGE 12: ... These correspond to ranks 1,4 and 2,5,7 respectively. Table2 summarizes the possibilities for the ranks of JN for N = 1; 2; 3. Cicero Mota is on leave from University of Amazonas, Brazil and is currently with the Insti- tute for Neuro- and Bioinformat- ics, University of Luebeck, Ger- many.... ..."

### Table 9: Searching a failure-inducing change in GDB

"... In PAGE 13: ... Again, we first ignored any knowledge about the nature of the changes. The result of this WYNOT run is shown in Table9 (a). Most of the first 457 tests turn out unresolved, so WYNOT gradually increases the number of subsets, reducing the number of remaining changes.... In PAGE 14: ... This is repeated until construction is possible, or until there are no more changes to add. The result of this WYNOT run is shown in Table9 (b). At first, WYNOT split the changes according to their directories.... ..."

### Table 2. Evaluation of Correctness Turn 1 Turn 2 Turn 3

### TABLE I RULE OF TURNING

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