### Table 2 Ownership of achitectural layers for representative computer platforms, 1990 Product Platform

"... In PAGE 4: ... Unix eventually evolved into a new form of open non-proprietary platform standard, often referred to as the open systems movement (Gabel, 1987). As with any other operating system, Unix was not a complete platform specification, because each hardware system might have different processor and peripheral interface standards ( Table2 ). However, Unix quickly evolved into a portable OS that tended to hide the differences between hardware from software applications, and so could present a set of common APIs across widely divergent hardware implementations.... ..."

### Table 1: Smallest possible constant of (3.16) for the p-version extension operator.

2004

"... In PAGE 18: ... In all experiments, the wavelet basis described in [8] is used. Table1 displays the quality of the extension (4.13).... ..."

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### Table 1. Overview of basic RA operations and some extensions

### Table 4. Extension and modification of the Operational Semantics with Parameters s, K for Key DAGs

2006

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### Table 2: lsb extension table for a down shift operation

1993

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### Table 8. Extension of pi for number restrictions and the identity role operator.

2004

"... In PAGE 18: ... Decidable description logics and first-order fragments without identity 3.6 Number restrictions, identity roles and equality So far we have excluded those operators of DL whose translation into first-order logic requires the presence of equality, namely, number restrictions and identity roles; see Table8 . As pointed out before, in the presence of number restrictions and identity roles, the translation of a knowledge base needs to incorporate in- equations representing the unique name assumption.... ..."

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### Table 8. Extension of pi for number restrictions and the identity role operator.

2004

"... In PAGE 18: ... Decidable description logics and first-order fragments without identity 3.6 Number restrictions, identity roles and equality So far we have excluded those operators of DL whose translation into first-order logic requires the presence of equality, namely, number restrictions and identity roles; see Table8 . As pointed out before, in the presence of number restrictions and identity roles, the translation of a knowledge base needs to incorporate in- equations representing the unique name assumption.... ..."

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### Table 1: Overhead of MiSFIT protection on operating system extension benchmarks.

1997

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