In listing data points in multi-dimensional table definitions, the sequence should be such
that the last dimension changes most rapidly. In other words, a table that is a function
of *f(a,b,c)* should list the value for *f(1,1,1)*,
then *f(1,1,2)*, etc. This may be different than, say, a Fortran DATA,
Matlab® script or C++ initialization statement; the responsibility for mapping the
data in the correct sequence in the model realization is left up to the implementer.

Figure 6 below shows how a 3D table is represented as an unraveled list of points.