### Table 2 Mean glandular doses for simulated breasts

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### Table 6 says that the mean maximum dose of I- 129

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### TABLE 3 Mean Tumor Radiation Dose for CRs vs. PRs with Conjugate Views or Hybrid SPECT

### Table 1. September 1989 SPE posterior asymptotic dose parameter sample means, maximum dose rate sample means, and associated 95% confidence intervals (in parantheses) at various stages of SPE evolution. NC indicates non-convergence of the associated Markov chain.

### Table 3. March 1991 SPE posterior asymptotic dose parameter sample means, maximum dose rate sample means, and associated 95% confidence intervals at various stages of SPE evolution. NC indicates non-convergence of the associated Markov chain.

### Table 2a: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax (dose-independent case)

"... In PAGE 10: ... In the next section, we only show the results that are generated from the first day of the simulated attack (July 4st, 2003) because the earlier results are not relevant to our comparison. We run BioWar scenarios based on lognormal distributions for disease stage durations with the mean and standard deviation estimated from the Sverdlovsk data [8, 19], as in Table2 .a.... In PAGE 11: ... It is logical to assume that the two other stages also may have dose-duration dependency [9]. The means of the lognormal distribution in the dose-independent case and the dose dependent case are shown in Table 2a and Table2 b, respectively. The standard deviations for both cases are the same and are only shown in Table 2a.... In PAGE 11: ... The means of the lognormal distribution in the dose-independent case and the dose dependent case are shown in Table 2a and Table 2b, respectively. The standard deviations for both cases are the same and are only shown in Table2 a. In these attack scenarios, no detection or response systems are placed at either medical centers or emergency rooms.... In PAGE 12: ... 11 Table2 a: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax (dose- independent case) Table 2b: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax (dose- dependent case) Table 3: Model parameters for the BioWar scenarios 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION From the eight BioWar scenarios, we found that both the small attack and the large attack generate similar system dynamics over time and both the number of infected and the number of deaths are proportional to the release mass.... In PAGE 12: ... 11 Table 2a: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax (dose- independent case) Table2 b: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax (dose- dependent case) Table 3: Model parameters for the BioWar scenarios 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION From the eight BioWar scenarios, we found that both the small attack and the large attack generate similar system dynamics over time and both the number of infected and the number of deaths are proportional to the release mass.... In PAGE 27: ... Table2 b: The mean and standard deviation of the lognormal distribution for the three stages of anthrax ... ..."

### Table 3: Figure of merit for all readers at each dose level. Last row gives the mean FOM for all readers.

### Table 5 Scenario-speci c estimated means and standard deviations of max dose, together with three possible sets of scenario probabilities.

"... In PAGE 16: ... Table5 presents the scenario-speci c mean and SD estimates, together with three possible vectors of scenario probabilities. We obtained the rst of these vectors by expert elicitation of the relative plausibility of the nine micro- scenarios described at the beginning of this Section, and created the other two, for the purpose of sensitivity analysis, by doubling and halving the non- reference-scenario probabilities in the rst vector.... In PAGE 16: ... It may be seen that the percentage of variance arising from scenario uncertainty is quite stable across the three speci cations of scenario probabilities, at about 30% of the total variance 5 . 5 In fact, taking the vector of scenario probabilities to be p = (p1; p2), where p2 is the last ve values in the fourth column of Table5 and p1 = 1 ? P5 i=1 p2i, and letting vary all the way from 0.01 (corresponding to only 0.... ..."