### Table 7. Rules visited

### Table 1: Sequences of visited states

1992

"... In PAGE 9: ... Here apos;s an example for p =15, =10,g = 5. In this case, row r of Table1 gives the indices of the states visited every 10 repetitions of s, starting from m + r repetitions of s, assuming that the basic period of the states under repetitions of s is q 0 ;;q 1 ;;:::;;q 14 .... In PAGE 10: ...Table 1: Sequences of visited states Note that in Table1 , the set of states visited for row r is the same as the set of states visited for row r + 5, for 0 r 4. This holds in general: the set of states visited every repetitions of s starting from m + r repetitions of is the same as the set of states visited every repetitions of s starting from m + r + g repetitions of .... ..."

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### Table 5. Visits to the course pages.

2002

"... In PAGE 73: ...5. Table5 presents the results and Figure 41 shows the frequency chart of the visits the students made during the course. Figure 42 shows the percentages of the visits which the students made to the laboratory Web pages during the course.... ..."

### Table 3: Average customer visits

in A

"... In PAGE 15: ... The total number of visits tends to grow as the demand ratio increases. Table3 shows average number of customer visits for the six problem classes and various values of l and u. This growth is due to the reduction of vehicles obtained by applying the relocate and relocate split operators.... ..."

### Table 8 shows NAMCS visits by

1997

"... In PAGE 12: ...Table8 . Number and percent distribution of injury-related office visits according to intent and mechanism of external cause: United States, 1996 Intent and mechanism1,2 Number of visits in thousands Percent distribution All injury visits.... In PAGE 23: ... Rates and percents were calculated from original unrounded figures and do not necessarily agree with percents calculated from rounded data. Injury groupings Table8 of this report presents data on the intent and mechanism producing the injuries that resulted in ambulatory 1996 Base of percent (drug mentions in thousands) 1 o 100.... ..."

### Table 6: Average customer visits

2004

"... In PAGE 14: ... The total number of visits tends to grow as the demand ratio increases. Table6 shows average customer visits for the six problem classes (with 1=R1, 2=R2, 3=C1, 4=C2, 5=RC1 and 6=RC2) and various values of l and u. This growth is due to the reduction of vehicles obtained by applying the relocate and relocate split operators.... ..."

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### Table3: Mean resource utilization Group Visit1 Visit2 Visit3

"... In PAGE 5: ... Visit three quality of life scores are lower for both groups although this decrease is greater for 7-17 intervention group patients. Table3 summarizes the mean number of physician visits, emergency room visits, hospitalizations, length of hospital stay and number of school days lost since last visit. Control and intervention groups differ in each of these resource utilization measures but those in the intervention group show a reduction in the mean scores on four of the five variables at visit three.... ..."

### Table 1. Characters assigned to actions and pages visited. Actions Page visited

"... In PAGE 1: ...nalyses. Downey et al. [1] already introduced formal models and languages that encode search behavior as character sequences, with a view to comparing search behavior in different scenarios. We formulated our own alphabet with the goal of maximum simplicity (see Table1 ). In a similar way to [1], we felt that page dwell times could be useful and we encoded these also.... ..."