### TABLE 3 Sizable Foreign Ownership in 2001: Logistic Regression Estimates

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### Table 3: Characteristics of clusters in congressional voting data well as the usage of links by our algorithm. Note that due to the elimination of outliers, the sum of the sizes of our clusters does not equal to the size of the input data set. The frequent values of categorical attributes for the two clusters are as described in Table 3. The meaning of the entry (immigration,y,0.51) is that 51% of the records in the cluster have the value of Yes for the attribute immigration. From the table, it follows that only on the rst 3 issues did a majority of Republicans and Democrats cast the same vote. However, on 12 of the remaining 13 issues, the majority of the Democrats voted di erently from the majority of the Republicans. Furthermore, on each of the 12 issues, the Yes/No vote had sizable support in their respective clusters. Since on majority of the attributes the records in each cluster have similar values that are di erent from the values for the attributes in the other cluster, we can consider the two clusters to be well-separated. Furthermore, there isn apos;t a signi cant di erence in the sizes of the two clusters. These two characteristics of the voting data set allow the traditional algorithm to discover the clusters easily.

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### Table III reports the panel-test results. The point estimates of l are quite sizable and the null

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### Table 2 { Comparison of S (in MeV) (see eq.(2) for de nition) calculated within the RMF model for the HS parametrization [27] with the experimental values [17] for selected nuclei.

"... In PAGE 3: ... In this case, possible additional mesons would have to be introduced from the beginning ( t to nuclear matter data) and thus are not expected to change the results. Comparing the RMF and experimental values from Table2 it is reasonable to expect a sizable contribution to B coming from other e ects neglected in the mean eld approximation [18]. In the present work, we aim to develop a simple model, which allows us to include the two- correlation energy.... ..."

### Table 1 provides a summary of some characteristics. As can be seen, the reversals in capital flows are fairly sizable and on average are of the order to 12%. Current account improvements are also sizable, on the order of 9.4% of GDP in the first year and 2.4% in the second year. (eliminating the 25% or event the 50% smallest countries, delivers virtually the same result).

"... In PAGE 4: ...onstitute our current account crises database. Table A.1 in the appendix provides a comprehensive list of these cases. Table1 : Current Account Crisis per region Region Capital Account (%) year 0 Current Account (%) year 0 Current Account (%) year 1 Industrials -6.2% 3.... ..."

### Table 4: Summary of the Descriptive Statistics.

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"... In PAGE 49: ...41 The summary of descriptive statistics shown in Table4 indicated that, in general, the mean for all the forms was less using the TraCS software than without TraCS. But in a few cases when the sample size was equal to one, the mean was less without TraCS than with TraCS.... ..."

### Table 1. Eigenvalues of the principal component (PC) analysis for the four datasets, given as percent of the total variance (rounded off to the nearest whole percentage point). Note that the first component captures the lion apos;s share of the variance, and that the second component is also quite sizable.

"... In PAGE 5: ... The animal populations are thus most strongly correlated to each other. [ Table1 near here, please] When a climatic index is added to the dataset of fur-counts, it is strongly correlated, in all three cases, with the second axis. This is shown for the dataset of (fur-counts) + ENSO in figure 1b and the (fur-counts) + NAO in figure 2; it is also true for the NHT index (not shown).... ..."

### Table 3. Number of proteins retrieved through application of the methodology to the whole PDB and selected genome sequences

"... In PAGE 5: ....furiosus, E.coli, D.melanogaster and Homo sapiens, and the results are summarized in Table3 (a list of all hits is given in Supplementary information) and Figure 1 in the Supple- mentary Information, as a function of the IGlobal d . A total of 14, 25, 707 and 1397 hits with an IGlobal d value higher than 0.... In PAGE 6: ...1 and 0.2 contains a sizable number of pro- teins for each of the four genomes considered in Table3 . The fraction of hits in this range of IGlobal d values with respect to the total number of hits is one order of magnitude higher than in the case of the analysis of the PDB.... ..."

### Table 1: The minimal values of the parameters M2 and and of various sparticles masses allowed in the MSSM, given the experimental and theoretical constraints discussed in sec. 2c, but without constraint on the e Z1 relic density; in case of the light scalar Higgs boson h both lower and upper bounds are given. The values of tan chosen here are the same as in gs. 5. All masses are in GeV. tan = 1:65 tan = 8 tan = 35

"... In PAGE 24: ... On the other hand, LEP Higgs searches are found to constrain the parameter space only at the lowest value of tan considered; as remarked above, they again become relevant at very large tan . Table1 shows that even the discovery of a Higgs boson at LEP2 would likely exclude a large range of intermediate values of tan , since here the mass of lightest scalar Higgs boson must exceed 94 GeV in the MSSM; this is related to the lower bound on mP , which in turn is determined indirectly by the neutralino and chargino searches at LEP1. On the other hand, the Higgs search constraint from LEP1 helps to push the minimal possible value of the sneutrino mass to 55 GeV if tan = 1:65; at this small value of tan sizable radiative corrections to mH2 are needed, which puts constraints on the allowed choices of SUSY breaking parameters.... ..."

### Table 8: Logistic Regression Results (odds ratios significantly different from 1 at the 10% level in bold) Sample All Choosers Only had DC plan Only had DB plan

"... In PAGE 21: ... We also run this same equation on the sub-groups of those with DB benefits only and with DC benefits only. Table8 below shows the odds ratios for each independent variable, reflecting the marginal impact of the variable on the likelihood of observing a retiree take pension benefits as an annuity.13 13 We do not include the present value of pension benefits in the regression because a sizable portion of HRS respondents who report taking pensions do not report the size of their benefits, thus reducing our ... ..."