### Table 7 Comparison of the energy eigenvalues of GaAs and ZnSe at some symmetry points in the Brillouin zone. The energies in (eV) are mea- sured relative to the top of the valence bands at l?,,

1975

"... In PAGE 11: ... Ultra- violet and X-ray photoeniission spectra, however, reveal a larger width for these bands than those indicated by local pseudopotentials, and this has been one reason for the use of non-local psendopotentials. The energy eigenvalues at some symmetry points in the Brillouin zone are given in Table7 and compared to the EPM values. For inore accurate conduction bands second-nearest- neighbor interactions, especially those between s- and p-states, need to be ... ..."

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### Table 5: Spatiotemporal symmetry of bifurcating solutions in nonHopf bifurcation from a discrete rotating wave with (D n; Zn) symmetry. All bifurcations are period- preserving. All bifurcations are pitchforks unless stated otherwise. Notation: j0 = gcd(j; n).

1999

"... In PAGE 44: ...uppression of period-doubling even though Remark 4.6 does not apply. We note that [17] shows that period doubling is suppressed for this example, but under a simplifying hypothesis on the action of a certain group. The branches of periodic solutions are summarized in Table5 . The veri cation of these results proceeds in the same way as the arguments in Example 5.... ..."

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### Table 8.2. Spatiotemporal symmetry of bifurcating solutions in nonHopf bifurcation from a discrete rotating wave with (Dn; Zn) symmetry. All bifurcations are period-preserving. All bifurcations are pitchforks unless stated otherwise. Notation: j0 = gcd(j; n).

### Table 19.1 Comparison of the symmetry of the homebound and senior center experiences along the factors of: perception, representation, and other.

### Table 2. The e ect of centering slopes and/or adding shortcuts on the symmetry detection task with centered activity and error signals. Results are shown in the same manner as in Table 1.

1998

"... In PAGE 10: ... Results. Table2 shows that indeed adding shortcuts alone was not bene cial... ..."

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### Table 2. The efiect of centering slopes and/or adding shortcuts on the symmetry detection task with centered activity and error signals. Results are shown in the same manner as in Table 1.

1998

"... In PAGE 10: ... Results. Table2 shows that indeed adding shortcuts alone was not beneflcial... ..."

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### Table 2. The e ect of adding shortcuts and/or centering slopes on the symmetry detection task with centered activity and error signals. Results are shown in the same manner as in Table 1.

1998

"... In PAGE 9: ... Results. Table2 shows that indeed adding shortcuts alone was not bene cial | in fact it slowed down convergence in over 80% of the cases, and signi cantly increased the c.v.... ..."

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### Table 1 Parameters of the symmetry reduced primitive periodic orbits p with cycle length np lessorequalslant 3 of the four-sphere system with radius a = 1 and center-to-center separation R = 6

### Table 6: Changing association over time model

"... In PAGE 8: ...6.6% to 45.9%. Using OECD data for 1992 (US National Center for Educational Statistics, 1996, Table6 ), we see that Irish participation rates for 17 to 21 year-olds exceed UK rates substantially (see Table 1, panel A). Panel B of the same table looks at change in participation over time, and though it is very dif cult to get long series of comparable data, it suggests that participation, both overall and in the tertiary sector, has grown more strongly in Ireland than in the UK.... In PAGE 25: ... Model 11 allows the quasi-symmetry association to vary freely over time. We see from Table6 that the constant association model actually gives a satisfac- tory t to the Irish data at the conventional 5% level. We also see that the uniform... ..."

### Table 4: Spatiotemporal symmetry of bifurcating solutions in nonHopf bifurcation from a discrete rotating wave with (D 2n; D n) symmetry, n even. All bifurcations are pitchforks and period-preserving unless stated otherwise. Notation: j0 = gcd(j; n).

1999

"... In PAGE 43: ... Since L has eigenvalues on the unit circle, we have the choices r = 1. The branches of periodic solutions corresponding to the absolutely irreducible representations of L are summarized in Table4 . The veri cation of these results proceeds in the same way as the arguments in Example 5.... ..."

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