You are referring to one character, I believe thee are two characters in mind, each with similarities that your chart does reflect and also differences that your chart reflects as well as some differences that your chart does not reflect.The various descriptions found in Daniel 7 for the 'little horn', Daniel 8 for the 'little horn', Daniel 9 for 'the prince who is to come' each correspond to parts of the whole of Daniel 11.21-45 (not just 21-35, not just 36-39, not just 40-45, but the whole section) for the 'king of the north'. My belief is that this is because each of these four visions are talking about the same individual and events, Antiochus IV Epiphanes and his persecution of the saints and their eventual vindication
History: (165 bc)
Antiochus desecrated the temple for 1150 days
Antiochus died suddenly of health problems.
The sanctuary was reconsecrated.
Prophecy: (after 30AD)
Jesus said that there would be a future abomination spoken of by the prophet Daniel, shortly before the second coming/resurrection. Daniel's abomination was for 3.5 years (Dan 12) until the resurrection.
2 Thess 2 says there would be a man of sin at the temple grounds shortly before the second coming.
Rev 13 says there would be a man who would rule for 3.5 years
Both history and prophecy say the man exalts himself, has a lot of power, desecrates the temple and comes to his end.
Looking at Daniel 7/8/9/11 there are parts that fit clearly into history around 165BC, and there are parts that fit clearly into NT prophecy. The parts that refer to 1150 days (Daniel 8) or have exact matches with history (Daniel 11:21-35) are about Antiochus.
The parts that are associated with an end to all dominions (Daniel 7) or associated with the resurrection (Daniel 11:36-12:2) or are associated with Jesus' future abomination (Daniel 12) are referring events after the first advent and not 165BC. Additionally the parts associated with 3.5 years and not 3.2 years are referring to events after the first advent.