### Table 1: Fitted Power Law Parameters

1997

"... In PAGE 4: ... We observe that the mean call probability to the rank r callee, Pr, can be modeled using a power or generalized Zipf apos;s law at all three reference time periods: Pr apos; A rp , where A is the scaling parameter and p is the exponent parameter. Table1 shows the tted parameters and mean square errors of the ts. Figure 3 and Figure 4 are linear and log-log plots of Pr versus callee rank for the three reference periods.... In PAGE 15: ...4% 46.3% count per sec Table1 0: Simulation Results and Percentage Di erence for Centralized Database Scheme... In PAGE 17: ...1 4,743.8 rate (per sec) Table1 1: Access Rate at Three Selected Simulation Times... In PAGE 19: ...ugust 1990. S.F. Bay area transportation measurements. [25] International air tra c between united states and other countries. National Transportation Statistics 1996: Table1 7,18. [26] C.... ..."

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### Table 1: Power law exponents of simulation results

2002

"... In PAGE 8: ... Each simulation was carried out for 200,000 iterations, and for the purpose of regression we considered only the first 25 urns. The results of our simulations are presented in Table1 ; in all cases the correlation coefficient of the regression analysis was close to one. The discrepancy between the simulated values and the empirical... ..."

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### TABLE I POWER-LAW PARAMETERS

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### Table 23: Author Collaboration Network Power Law Measure ClairLib Power Law 3.15

2007

"... In PAGE 21: ... We start with some general statistics, centrality and clustering coefficients. Power law exponent results can be found in Table23 . Note that because this network is undirected, only the total degree power law measure has been included.... ..."

### TABLE 2 POWER-LAW INDEX OF TOTAL POWER SPECTRUM

### TABLE I. Power law exponent of the PDF of the normalized power shed.

2005

### Table 1. Results for indegree and outdegree exp. coefficients for the power law equation.

"... In PAGE 5: ... Table1 shows the coefficient of the power law for indegree and outdegree. I1, I2 and I3 represents the iteration level of SUBDUE.... ..."

### Table 3. Broken power{law ts with galactic and free absorption. For these datasets, the broken power-law model is statistically preferred with respect to a single power-law model (the F{tests in the last column are against the single power{law model with free absorption)

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ... 1989). The results from the single power-law ts are reported in Table 2, while Table3 reports the broken power-law ts parame- ters. Adopting a conservative approach, we assessed the presence of a spectral break when the broken power-law model was signi cantly better, according to the F{test, even with respect to the single power{law model with free absorption.... In PAGE 5: ...rrors at 68% conf. level for 3 and 4 parameters of interest ( 2 =3:52 and 4.72 respectively). adopting an absorption value greater than the galactic one. In most cases, however, the broken power{law models with galactic absorbing columns provided even better ts (according to the F{test, see Table3 ). For 1ES 0033+595 and PKS 0548{322, instead, there is evidence for a higher column density also using the broken power{law models.... In PAGE 5: ... The spectrum is characterized by a curved shape, which is better t- ted by a broken power-law than by a single power-law model (with both xed and free absorption). The best t, however, still requires a column density in excess of the galactic value (see Table3 ), with high signi cance (F{test gt; 99:8%). The spectral indices before and after the break Fig.... In PAGE 10: ....2.7. H 2356{309 The spectrum of this source is not compatible with a sin- gle power{law model: there is clear evidence for a convex spectral shape, that is best tted by a broken power{law with high signi cance ( gt;99.9%, see Table3 ). This locates the synchrotron peak around 1.... ..."