### Table 1. Summary colorimetric difference data for the twelve-member colour sets.

2001

### Table 2. Summary colorimetric difference data for the sixteen-member colour sets.

2001

### Table 2: Novel de nitions and their symbols.

1999

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 2: Novel de nitions and their symbols. To express our power-laws, we introduce several graph metrics that we show in Table2 . We de ne frequency, fd, of some outdegree, d, to be the number of nodes that have this outdegree.... ..."

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### TABLE A5: Bond Energy Parameters (De , De , and De in

2003

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### Table 2: De Jure and De Facto Classification

"... In PAGE 10: ... (column vi). Table2 , replicates the previous tests using the IMF-based de jure classification.28 As expected, while the results are less satisfactory than for the de facto classification, the main messages remain unaltered.... ..."

### Table 7: Percentage of improvement made by DE1-3 over DE on FE DE1 DE1 DE2 DE3

"... In PAGE 14: ... Therefore, it will be interesting to see how much improvement (say, on FE) has been achieved by the proposed modi cations, given the same level of success. This is summarized in terms of percentage of improvement on FE in Table7 . Table 7 shows that a substantial improvement has been achieved by the proposed modi cations.... ..."

### Table 1: De nition of variables for node n, using m-bit identi ers.

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ...ucceeds n by at least 2i 1 on the identi er circle, i.e., s = successor(n + 2i 1), where 1 i m (and all arithmetic is modulo 2m). We call node s the ith nger of node n, and denote it by n: nger[i] (see Table1 ). A nger table entry includes both the Chord identi er and the IP address (and port number) of the relevant node.... ..."

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### Table 1: De nition of variables for node n, using m-bit identi ers.

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ...ucceeds n by at least 2i 1 on the identi er circle, i.e., s = successor(n + 2i 1), where 1 i m (and all arithmetic is modulo 2m). We call node s the ith nger of node n, and denote it by n: nger[i] (see Table1 ). A nger table entry includes both the Chord identi er and the IP address (and port number) of the relevant node.... ..."

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### Table 9. De nition of

2001

"... In PAGE 14: ...ulation model M of ACPnsatI to M = ff : F ! M j 8v 2 F f(v) = ^ v abs(f(v))g and de ne the constants and operators of ACPnsatIp on M as in Table 8. The auxiliary function :M M ! M, used in the de nition of on M , is de ned in Table9 . We use p; q; : : : to denote elements of M, f; g; : : : to denote elements of M , and to denote elements of F ! M .... ..."

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