### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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1994

"... In PAGE 10: ...Enzyme data : R = 2:86, = 1:45, = 0:122, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 1:22, = 1 Acidity data : R = 4:18, = 5:02, = 0:057, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 0:573, = 1 Galaxy data : R = 25:11, = 21:73, = 0:0016, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 0:016, = 1 Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 16: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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### Table 5 Estimates of factor loadings, error variances, and regression coefficients

### Table 11. Compression of sheelite-type tungstates and molybdates.

2000

"... In PAGE 17: ...ere refined at several pressures to 4.1 and 6.2 GPa, respectively, by Hazen et al. (1985). In addition, Hazen et al. measured unit cell parameters of stolzite, wulfenite and CdMoO4 at several pressures to about 5 GPa. Their results are summarized in Table11 . There are as yet no refinements of these structures at elevated temperatures.... ..."

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### Table 7. Compression of rutile-type structures.

2000

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### Table 8. Compression of the TiO2 polymorphs.

2000

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### Table 1: Simulation parameter values Parameter Value Parameter Value

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ...1 Simulation Model In addition to the above analysis, we have simulated the VHO algorithms using MATLAB. Table1 shows the simulation parameter values. The WLAN parame- ters are used as in [14], which are suitable to model outdoor suburban (e.... ..."

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### Table 1. Summary of parameter values. Parameter Value Parameter Value

"... In PAGE 2: ...9 nJ. In Figure 1, the exact threshold margin is plotted versus the path loss using the parameter values listed in Table1 under the assumption of Rayleigh fading. It can be seen that the path loss must be substantial, implying long transmission distances, for superiority of slow power control.... ..."