### Table 1. Construction of the data sets in gure 4 (number of global noise points, mean and covariances of local patterns).

"... In PAGE 12: ...re depicted in gure 4(a)-4(d). The dataset in Fig. 4(a) has also been used in [3]. Table1 summarizes how the data sets have been generated. Especially Fig.... ..."

### Table 3 presents the reconstruction time for the geome- try (tgeo) and the texture (ttex) in seconds, and also shows the memory usage (in MB) during reconstruction. As we can see, the memory peak has a linear complexity what confirms a theoretically limited memory due to local re- construction stages.

"... In PAGE 6: ... Table3 : Geometry and texture reconstruction. Mem- ory peak.... ..."

### Table 1: p-median heuristic references (the types are: Constructive heuristics (CH), Local Search (LS), Mathematical Programming (PM) and MetaHeuristics (MH)).

"... In PAGE 16: ... An interesting idea of flnding the partition of L, and thus the number of subproblems, by using dynamic programming is developed in the DEC procedure. 7 Conclusions Table1 presents an overview on the development of heuristics for solving the p-median problem (PMP). We should ask a basic question given the nature of this survey: Has the advent of metaheuristics advanced the state-of-the-art signiflcantly? Based on a large body of empirical... ..."

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### Table 4.4: Results of postpruning of constructive induction with decision trees naive bayes optimal naive bayes local opt.

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### Table 1. Constructs, indicator variables and reliability measures.

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"... In PAGE 7: ...7. Construct Reliability and Local Fit Measures Table1 shows the constructs employed in the structural model and the respective indicator (or manifest-) variables used for their operationalization. Additionally, path coefficients (standardized regression weights) between each latent variable and its manifest variables as well as reliability measures are given.... ..."

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### Table 1: Local transformations

"... In PAGE 9: ... Thus, there is no need to construct new test sets by pattern generation after local transformations have been applied. Table1 shows some local transformations which are wide-spread in logic synthesis. The circuit realizations are given in Figure 5 and Appendix A.... In PAGE 16: ...Local Transformations and Path Mappings For the local transformations presented in Table1 the circuit realizations and the path mappings are given in the following gures. For parameterized local transformations the circuit realizations and path mappings are given for xed values.... ..."

### Table 2. The classification accuracy with the feature construction method.

"... In PAGE 11: ... Combining the features about a pixel seems to be flexible, but our method avoids being affected by small noise by utilizing all pixels. Table2 represents the classification accuracy with the feature construction method. Since many primitive features are based on the local distribution of given images, the constructed features are specialized to detect informative lo- cal features.... ..."

### Table 1. Effect of efficient point localization.

"... In PAGE 15: ... Effect of efficient point localization. Table1 compares the performance for diagram construction (tc) and searching (ts) query points to the naive search scheme (tprime s). We posed as many queries as there were points, by giving a small offset to the original point coordinates.... ..."

### Table 5. Flows and volatility of stock returns. This table is constructed from tables I.13 and I.14 in Folkert-Landau and Ito (1995). Country Volatility of daily returns Local volatility divided Correlation between local

"... In PAGE 42: ... Folkerts-Landau and Ito (1995) provide some d ata where they compute volatility of emerging markets for periods that differ in the intensity of portfolio flows. Table5 summarizes their evidence. They also show evidence on the issue of whether a day of high volatility for the Dow Jones predicts a high volatility the next day on an emerging market for periods where the nature of flo ws differ.... ..."