### Table 3: Example 3 Results for Frequency ! = 0:10. Series Amplitude Complex Scale y Real Scale z

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"... In PAGE 16: ....25 frequencies as being important. We display the results of the frequency 0.10 analysis in Table3 , the results for the 0.25 frequency are similar.... ..."

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### Table 1: Particular values of c and q at the normal model.

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"... In PAGE 5: ... It is shown in Section 2 of BDJ that for this distribution the MCD-problem has a unique solution given by the ellipsoid A(F ; ) = fz 2 IRpj(z ? )t ?1(z ? ) q g (2.11) where G(t) = PF0;I(ZtZ t) and q = G?1(1 ? ), with corresponding MCD-functionals T (F ; ) = (F ; ) = c 1 ? Z ztz q z2 1 dF0;I(z) : To obtain Fisher-consistency at this model, it su ces to set c = 1 ? Rztz q z2 1 dF0;I(z) = (1 ? ) ( p2 ?(p 2 + 1) Z pq 0 rp+1g(r2) dr )?1 : Table1 gives several values of the constants c and q for di erent values of p and at the normal model. Since the MCD is a ne equivariant we will only derive the in uence function at the model distribution F = F0;Ip.... In PAGE 22: ...Table1 0: Median squared error and 0.9 quantile of the squared errors (between parenthesis) of element (1,2) of the MCD, S and reweighted MCD and S scatter matrix estimators at a 20% contaminated normal distribution.... ..."

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### Table 2 - Accuracy results for particular values of the kernel width

"... In PAGE 3: ... 6. Results The accuracy results in Table2 show that the proposed method is able to successfully increase the specificity from 92.3% (Langley method) to 94.... ..."

### Table 2. Summaries of the response for subsets of the data indicated by particular values of the predictors

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### Table 2 Best and average objective function values by the three methodsa

"... In PAGE 9: ... The most obvious is to look at the schedules produced by each of these methods at diC128erent points in time. From Table2 , it is obvious that PM fares the worst, both in terms of the best and average performances. Since there is no restriction on the validity of the solutions generated by PM (infeasible solutions were merely penalised), all the solutions in the initial pool for PM turned out to be invalid.... In PAGE 9: ...he contrast between the rate of improvement for all three methods is more evident from Fig. 2. PRAM is always ahead of the other two methods in achieving objective function values and the solutions in the PRAM pool are always better compared to those in the DRAM pool. Although the figures in Table2 and Fig. 2 are obtained from a single run, all the runs we made showed quali- tatively similar results.... ..."

### Table 1 For particular data values, the choice of the result ia

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### Table 1. Number of instances in Titanic data set with a particular value of an attribute and class.

"... In PAGE 4: ...e. point scores) from the in- stance counts in Table1 . For example, the log odds ratio for the passenger in the flrst class is 1.... ..."

### Table 3 confirms the particular value of assimilation stage as an innovativeness measure for SPIs that have

"... In PAGE 21: ...19 - Table3 : OOPL Assimilation Stage Category Count Percent 0. Not aware 46 7.... ..."

### Table 6.3: Response Times for Tracking a MAC address by Number of Hops

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