### Table 1. UNITS OF PHYSICAL QUANTITIES

"... In PAGE 19: ... The unit of length is then H, the unit of mass is 0H3, and the unit of time is ( 0H5=L0)1=3. The units for various physical quantities under this system are listed in Table1 . We obtain the dimensionless solution by integrating the dimensionless form of equations (A6) and (A7).... In PAGE 20: ... Figures 10e and 10f show the speed of the top boundary d~ z1=d~ t versus ~ t and ~ z1 respectively; the latter gives an idea of where, rather than when, the acceleration phase occurs. Overplotted on both curves, in dashed lines, is the internal sound speed ~ cs;i = cs;i=[v], where [v] is the unit of velocity given in Table1 . The standard values L0 apos; 3 1037 ergs s?1 and H apos; 25 pc are used to evaluate [v], and n0 is taken to be 1 cm?3.... ..."

### Table 1. Predicted Disk Performance for Various Forms of Flying

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"... In PAGE 13: ... If the physical design matches users apos; needs e ectively, the database retrieval rate may approach the maximum disk rate. Table1 shows our predictions of the maximum ying rates based on maximum disk speeds. Applications cannot exceed this retrieval speed.... ..."

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### Table 2.5. Physical forms of wastes

### Table 6: Fit results for the string tension data 5:6 in various schemes to an ansatz of the form (5.5) (the values of the t parameter c4 are not shown). The order indicates which scaling function was used (two- or three-loop) and, for the V - and MS-schemes, to which order the coupling was extracted from the measured plaquette. We assume p =465 MeV in converting to physical units. Details are in the text.

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### Table 13-6. Model dependent effects of new physics in various processes.

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"... In PAGE 16: ... Here we briefly summarize some of these effects to illustrate the relevance of the preceeding discussion. Table13 -1 shows the largest allowable effects on B meson decay amplitudes in three models: a) Effective Supersymmetry 2, (b) Models with enhanced Chromomagnetic dipole operators, and (c) Supersymmetry without R parity. Such effects in general supersymmetric models have also been studied [42].... In PAGE 26: ... Our results are collected in Tables 13-2 and 13-3. Table13 -2 lists the predictions for decays involving the transitions b ! and b ! . The first five lines give the results for the decays B? ! , Bq ! + ? and b ! Xq .... In PAGE 26: ... The results for the branching ratio, forward-backward asymmetry and polarization asymmetries in the decay B ! Xs + ? are given in the remaining entries. Table13 -3 collects the results for the corresponding processes involving final state muons. In both tables, the first column lists the Standard Model predictions for the various observables (computed in the leading order approximation).... In PAGE 27: ... In both models the value of the horizontal symmetry breaking parameter is quot; = 0:22 . Process Standard Model Model 1 Model 2 B(B? ! ? ) 7:1 10?5 7:2 10?5 7:4 10?5 B(Bs ! + ?) 9:1 10?7 5:7 10?6 1:8 10?4 B(Bd ! + ?) 4:3 10?8 1:9 10?7 6:3 10?6 B(b ! Xs ) 4:4 10?5 6:7 10?5 5:0 10?5 B(b ! Xd ) 2:7 10?6 3:9 10?6 3:0 10?6 B (b ! Xs + ?)no cut 4:9 10?6 9:6 10?6 1:0 10?5 B (b ! Xs + ?)^ s gt;0:6 1:5 10?7 4:1 10?6 4:6 10?6 Bsd(b ! Xs + ?)^ s gt;0:6 1:6 10?7 4:1 10?6 4:6 10?6 hA FBi^ s gt;0:6 ?0:13 0:18 ?0:03 h P L i^ s gt;0:6 ?0:34 ?0:40 ?0:68 h P T i^ s gt;0:6 ?0:40 ?0:13 ?0:14 h P N i^ s gt;0:6 0:05 0:00 0:01 From Table13 -2, it is apparent that in both models the decays B? ! and B ! Xq do not show significant enhancements with respect to the Standard Model rates. New physics affects to some extent the rates for Bs ! + ? and Bd ! + ?.... In PAGE 30: ... (12) of Ref. [52] for the Wilson coefficients and by parame- terizing the matrix elements as was done for the Standard Model case discussed above, the ratios of SUSY to Standard Model amplitudes given in Table13 -4 were obtained. For each decay channel results for squark and gluino masses of 250 GeV=c2 are given (r250 in the seventh column).... In PAGE 31: ... This ideal situation is spoiled by the presence of several interfering amplitudes. If the ratios r in Table13 -4 are small, then the uncertainty on the sine of the CP phase is less than r, while if r is O(1), T receives, in general, large corrections. The results of this analysis are summarized in Table 13-4.... In PAGE 31: ... If the ratios r in Table 13-4 are small, then the uncertainty on the sine of the CP phase is less than r, while if r is O(1), T receives, in general, large corrections. The results of this analysis are summarized in Table13 -4. In the third column, the values for the branching ratios of the various channels [84, 85] are given; these were obtained using QCD sum-rule form factors to evaluate DE, and jCEj = 0:46, based on a fit to the measured two-body B decays.... In PAGE 31: ...ontributions (see Ref. [84, 85] for further details). In the fourth column, the possible Standard Model decay phases when one or two decay amplitudes contribute are given for each channel, as well as the range of variation of their ratio, rSM, as explained above. A few comments are necessary at this point: a) for B ! K0 S 0 the penguin contributions (with a vanishing phase) dominate over the tree-level amplitude because the latter is Cabibbo suppressed; b) for the channel b ! ssd only penguin operators or penguin contractions of current-current operators contribute; c) the phase is present in the penguin contractions of the (bu)(ud) operator, denoted as u-penguin in Table13 -4; d) bd ! qq indicates processes occurring via annihilation diagrams which can be measured from the last two channels of Table 13-4; e) in the case B ! K+K? both current-current and penguin operators contribute; f) in B ! D0D0 the contributions from the (bu)(ud) and the (bc)(cd) current-current operators (proportional to the phase ) tend to cancel. SUSY contributes to the decay amplitudes with phases induced by 13 and 23 which are denoted as 13 and 23.... In PAGE 31: ...ontributions (see Ref. [84, 85] for further details). In the fourth column, the possible Standard Model decay phases when one or two decay amplitudes contribute are given for each channel, as well as the range of variation of their ratio, rSM, as explained above. A few comments are necessary at this point: a) for B ! K0 S 0 the penguin contributions (with a vanishing phase) dominate over the tree-level amplitude because the latter is Cabibbo suppressed; b) for the channel b ! ssd only penguin operators or penguin contractions of current-current operators contribute; c) the phase is present in the penguin contractions of the (bu)(ud) operator, denoted as u-penguin in Table 13-4; d) bd ! qq indicates processes occurring via annihilation diagrams which can be measured from the last two channels of Table13 -4; e) in the case B ! K+K? both current-current and penguin operators contribute; f) in B ! D0D0 the contributions from the (bu)(ud) and the (bc)(cd) current-current operators (proportional to the phase ) tend to cancel. SUSY contributes to the decay amplitudes with phases induced by 13 and 23 which are denoted as 13 and 23.... In PAGE 31: ... The ratio ASUSY =ASM for SUSY masses of 250 GeV=c2 is reported in the r250 column of Table 13-4. Some conclusions can be drawn from the results of Table13 -4. In the Standard Model, the first six decays measure directly the mixing phase , up to corrections which, in most of the cases, are expected to be small.... In PAGE 33: ...). Summary of these possibilities is given in Table13 -5. For Model III at least three Higgs doublets are needed, for Model I one is enough, while for the other models two are sufficient.... In PAGE 48: ... The patterns of these differences change from model to model. A summary of some of the effects is given in Table13 -6. As with all new measurements, data from BABAR can be used to constrain these models.... ..."

### Table 1 - Various forms of delegation

"... In PAGE 4: ... For instance, [12] and [10] address delegation in a security context, [5] addresses user-to-machine delegation, [10] addresses process-to-process delegation in the distributed object environment, [7] deals with delegation as an attribute of role, and [12] addresses delegation among the role administrators. Table1 shows the various forms of delegation we identified. In this paper we focus on actor-to-actor delegation in the context of flexible business process modelling.... In PAGE 6: ... For constructing an effective delegation model, we start by identifying various forms of delegation for instance actor-to-actor, actor-to-role and role-to-role delegation. Each of them can be based on roles, missions and/or operational goals as shown in Table1 . Figure 2 shows several cases of delegation.... ..."