### Table 1. Propagation Rules Showing Resulting Labels for Contribution Links Originating Label Contribution Link Type

"... In PAGE 3: ... In the first step of the procedure, a set of propagation rules are used to propagate present evaluation labels from elements to other elements via the model links. The propagation rules for contribution links as well as the graphical representation of element labels are shown in Table1 . These rules reflect the semantics of the contribution links.... ..."

### Table 1 summarizes the general criteria. Originality and abstraction will be resumed in some cases for discussing decisions on specific knowledge contributions

2006

"... In PAGE 10: ...igure 9: Excerpts of Exemplary Taxonomies ................................................................................. 60 Tables Table1 : General Criteria.... In PAGE 59: ... Table1 : General Criteria Focus on Theory and Theory Application Deciding whether to aim at a theory or not is mainly a question of feasibility. While it is difficult in general to develop a theory that satisfies the criteria outlined in 8.... ..."

### TABLE III CLUSTER PROTOTYPES (118 ,118 ,118 ,118 ), REVEALED BY FCM AND FCPM-2, PRESENTED IN THE ORIGINAL SPACE.VALUES CORRESPONDING TO THE MOST CONTRIBUTING FEATURES ARE MARKED

### Table 1. Contribution Matrix

2002

"... In PAGE 4: ...3 Clusters of interest All received submissions [16] were double reviewed by the organisers. By compiling all contributions in a so-called contribution matrix (see Table1 ), and comparing the addressed topics, the organisers were able to divide the contributions into three major clusters of interest. The first relates to the possible links between the original problem domain and the software architecture(s) that can be related to it.... ..."

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### Table 9. Variance decomposition of real GDP growth contributed by various macroeconomic shocks originated from the domestic economy and other economies in the region: the case of the exchange rate union with a regional currency basket

"... In PAGE 22: ... The weight is the relative size of the economy, which is the share of real GDP11. The results of variance decomposition are reported in Table9 . The forecast error variance of China is mainly explained by the domestic supply shock in the short run.... ..."

### Table 1. Contribution Matrix

in Evolution

2001

"... In PAGE 8: ...3 Clusters of interest All received submissions [16] were double reviewed by the organisers. By compiling all contributions in a so-called contribution matrix (see Table1 ), and comparing the addressed topics, the organisers were able to divide the contributions into three major clusters of interest. The first relates to the possible links between the original problem domain and the software architecture(s) that can be related to it.... ..."

### Table 1 Synthetic Kernel. Speedups achieved by the original SLP compiler on the Pentium 4 plat- form. LU and SLP stand for the contribution of loop unrolling and the overall speedup respec- tively.

### Table 4: The theories based on exceptional groups satisfying the index constraint = G. The rst column gives the gauge group, the second column the eld content and the third column gives the phase of the low-energy theory. The last column gives a reference to where the low-energy solution of the given theory can be found. Note that in this example the anomaly matching conditions at the origin are not satis ed by the meson eld M itself. The reason is that a number of monopoles become massless exactly at the origin, and their contribution to the anomalies has to be taken into account. For details see Refs. [26, 30]. The Seiberg-Witten curve for this theory is: y2 = (x2 ? (detM ? 8 2N?4))2 ? 64 4N?8: 4.3 Sp(6) with 2

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### Table 3: Distinct valleys and the contributing ASes

2007

"... In PAGE 4: ... 1Here we assume that the rightmost AS is the originating AS based on the format of BGP update messages. Table3 shows the number of distinct valleys and the number of ASes that propagate valley routes. We clus- ter valley violations (and distinct valleys) based on the contributing ASes.... ..."

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### Table 1 Terms contributing to Gx.

"... In PAGE 3: ... One must also multiply by a monomial which accounts for the various edges which were deleted after the original root edge was removed. If a cubic graph is originally rooted at a single edge, then after deleting the root we have 17 possibilities for the two new root edges, as shown in Table1 along with the corresponding exponential generating function. Hence we have Gx = parenleftbiggw2 2 + x5 4 + x2yw 2 + x4y2 8 parenrightbigg G + parenleftbigg x2w + x4y 2 parenrightbigg Gx + parenleftbiggx4 2 + x3w + x5y 2 parenrightbigg Gy + parenleftbigg yw + x2y2 2 parenrightbigg Gw (1) + x4 2 Gxx + x5Gxy + x2yGxw + x6 2 Gyy + x3yGyw + y2... ..."

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