### Table 3. Performance measurements for differ- ent anatomic tree structures.

2005

"... In PAGE 32: ... 19. To give an idea of the complexity of the resulting geometry and the timings involved in the computation, we present the results for four anatomic tree structures in Table3 . The first two lines correspond to the datasets shown in Figs.... ..."

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### Table 1: Number of defined function categories at each level in the tree structure

2001

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### TABLE 6. Tree Structures of Concurrent Actions Correlated with Depicting Drawings (Dc)

2001

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### Table 3: Analytic results of positions of temporally adjacent topics in tree structures

1995

"... In PAGE 4: ... We calculate the percentage of the items that were subsequently discussed and that were closely located. Table3 shows the analytic result of our three case studies. In the table, \B[C quot; (the addition of the cardinalities of B and C) denotes the number of the items closely located in each speci cation documen- t.... ..."

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### Table 5: Relative error in estimating the performance of the tree structures.

"... In PAGE 18: ...67, - maximum number of entries in a node m = 126 or 84 or 50 (for B-trees, KDB-trees and R-trees, respectively). Table5 lists the relative errors of the actual results compared to the predictions of the proposed analytical models for the various data / query size combinations. Relative Error... ..."

### Table 5: Relative error in estimating the performance of the tree structures.

"... In PAGE 17: ...67, - maximum number of entries in a node m = 126 or 84 or 50 (for B-trees, KDB-trees and R-trees, respectively). Table5 lists the relative errors of the actual results compared to the predictions of the proposed analytical models for the various data / query size combinations. Relative Error... ..."

### Table 5: Relative error in estimating the performance of the tree structures.

"... In PAGE 17: ...67, - maximum number of entries in a node m = 126 or 84 or 50 (for B-trees, KDB-trees and R-trees, respectively). Table5 lists the relative errors of the actual results compared to the predictions of the proposed analytical models for the various data / query size combinations. Relative Error... ..."

### Table 3: Observed speed-up for tree structure

"... In PAGE 14: ... The measured speed-up factors from the tests are presented in Table 3. Conclusions From Table 2 and Table3 we can see that configurations with up to 15 processors give a linear speed-up, which is very close to the number of processors used. For tests with 31 or... ..."

### Table 1: Sky coverage for complete rooted tree structures T (b; d).

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... If we let b and d tend to infinity, then the sky coverage of T (b; d) tends to the sky coverage. Table1 in the appendix shows some results obtained for various values of b and d.... ..."