### Table 4. Monte Carlo method

"... In PAGE 5: ...4615 0.4342 7175 430 500 Table4 . contains results obtained by standard Monte Carlo method with 10 million points, presented in [2].... ..."

### Table 2. Monte Carlo Statistics

"... In PAGE 9: ...nclination is between 44.7 and 45.3 degrees. Table2 summarizes some statistics from the Monte Carlo simulation. 44.... ..."

### Table 2. Monte Carlo Uncertainties

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ... In the reference case, delivery, atmospheric and aerodynamic uncertainties were based on state of the art navigation, current knowledge of Neptune atmosphere and computational fluid dynamics analyses respectively. Table2 lists the uncertainties and dis- tribution types used in the Monte Carlo reference case. In the first sensitivity case study, the magnitudes of the high frequency random density perturbations were reduced by 50%.... ..."

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### Table 1: Monte Carlo Results

in Bo Honor'e

1998

"... In PAGE 17: ...he Buckley-James estimator is inconsistent when the errors are t(1)(i.e., Cauchy) distributed or heteroskedastic. The results in Table1 indicate that the estimation methods proposed here perform almost as well as the Buckley-James estimator under normality, and that the superiority of the latter disappears when the errors are nonnormal. As might be expected, the procedures proposed here, which do not impose homoskedasticity of the error terms, are superior to Buckley-James when the errors are heteroskedastic.... In PAGE 40: ...Table1 : Monte Carlo Results (continued) Standard Normal Buckley-James CLAD ( = 0:50) STLS True Values -1.000 1.... ..."

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### Table 1: Monte Carlo Results

1998

"... In PAGE 17: ...he Buckley-James estimator is inconsistent when the errors are t(1)(i.e., Cauchy) distributed or heteroskedastic. The results in Table1 indicate that the estimation methods proposed here perform almost as well as the Buckley-James estimator under normality, and that the superiority of the latter disappears when the errors are nonnormal. As might be expected, the procedures proposed here, which do not impose homoskedasticity of the error terms, are superior to Buckley-James when the errors are heteroskedastic.... In PAGE 39: ...Table1 : Monte Carlo Results (continued) Standard Normal Buckley-James CLAD ( = 0:50) STLS True Values -1.000 1.... ..."

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### Table 2. Monte Carlo Results

"... In PAGE 12: ... In case I, the nucleus can experience arbitrarily high electric elds, while in case II, the stronger elds do not contribute because they have smaller Boltzmann weights. Numerical results are shown in Table2 for di erent values, NMC, of Monte Carlo realizations of ion con gurations. The percent deviations shown are fractional di erences with respect to the mean eld theoretical result of 3.... In PAGE 14: ...alculations for the 7Be electron capture rate in the Sun (see, e.g., Iben, Kalata, amp; Schwartz 1967; Bahcall amp; Moeller 1969; Bahcall 1989). The results of numerical simulations (see Table2 ) show that the standard formula (Bahcall 1989) is accurate to better than 1% .We obtained similar results for R=R = 0:0, 0.... In PAGE 14: ... They conclude that Debye screening describes the electron capture rates to within 2% . Combining the results of Table2... ..."

### Table 5 Monte Carlo Experiments

2005

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### Table I Monte Carlo Simulation

1998

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