### Table 3. Properties of Weighted (W) and Unweighted (U) Estimators

"... In PAGE 8: ... When the marginal disease rates in the population are known, it often is preferable to use an inefficient but more robust estimate that weights the usual likelihood contributions by the inverse sampling fractions, which of course differ greatly between cases and controls (Manski and McFadden 1981). Table3 shows prop- erties of the weighted and unweighted estimators in a linear logistic model where the exposure variable has a standard normal distribution and where the true model for the log relative risk is the quadratic -5.... ..."

### Table 2, where row \1 quot; indicates the complexity of nding a tree spanner (with minimum weight if G is weighted). The complexity of quasitree spanner problems on weighted digraphs and unweighted digraphs is the same as that of tree spanner problems on weighted graphs and unweighted graphs respectively.

1995

"... In PAGE 37: ... Table2 : The complexity status of tree spanner problems Note that the tree 3-spanner problem on unweighted graphs and the quasitree 3-spanner problem on unweighted digraphs remain open. We conjecture that the tree 3-spanner problem on unweighted graphs is NP-complete; if true it would imply the NP-completeness of the quasitree 3-spanner problem on unweighted digraphs.... ..."

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### Table 6. Frequency distributions of the unweighted cell sizes from the partitioning of the March 1996 Current Population Survey and 1995 National Health Interview Survey

2008

"... In PAGE 22: ... The final partition structure consisted of 982 cells, 99% of which contained between 30 and 250 persons. Table6 shows the frequency distributions of the cell sizes of the partitioning for the CPS and the NHIS. Regression on the Current Population Survey Total Annual Family Income A weighted least squares regression model was fitted to the continuous variable total annual family income on the CPS.... ..."

### Table 4: Preprocessing for unweighted and weighted treewidth

"... In PAGE 18: ... Table 3 records the number of vertices preprocessed by each of the rules. Finally, in Table4 the results of preprocessing for weighted treewidth are compared with those for (unweighted) treewidth. The algorithm of Lauritzen and Spiegelhalter [13] works on a tree decom position of the moralisation of the network.... In PAGE 22: ...Table 4: Preprocessing for unweighted and weighted treewidth Finally, in Table4 we compare the results for preprocessing for weighted and unweighted treewidth. For (unweighted) treewidth, the value low can be increased to 4 in case the Islet, Twig, Series, Triangle, Buddy, and Cube rule cannot be applied anymore (cf.... ..."

### Table 1. TAC-03/SCM tournament participants, and their performance in preliminary rounds. Results from the qualifying rounds are weighted, seeding rounds are unweighted.

"... In PAGE 7: ... By the second seeding round it was obvious that the majority of agents were using aggressive strategies. In particular, we verified that all the agents that placed higher than Deep Maize in the second seeding round (see Table1 ) employed aggressive day-0 procurement. While observing the increase in aggressiveness, we compiled detailed dossiers de- scribing the day-0 strategies of other agents.... ..."

### Table 1: Evaluation of topic segmentation. Weighted Unweighted

"... In PAGE 3: ... Ex- cluding topics with only one sentence, there were 130 man- ually extracted topics as the ground truth. The result is shown in Table1 . Strictly correct topics are those that both the beginning and the ending point completely match with the ground truth, over-segmented topics are those that be- gin and end within a ground truth topic.... ..."

### Table 8 Weight covered in each row using Unweighted and Weighted density

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ... The first utilizes unweighted density, and the second uses weighted density to construct a biased covering array. The amount of weight covered in each row is shown in Table8 . Weighted density covers more weight earlier.... ..."

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### Table 8 Weight covered in each row using Unweighted and Weighted density

2006

"... In PAGE 16: ... The first utilizes unweighted density, and the second uses weighted density to construct a biased covering array. The amount of weight covered in each row is shown in Table8 . Weighted density covers more weight earlier.... ..."

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