### Table 1: Upper tail probabilities for the actual null distribution of X2 (when p = 5 and n = 3848) evaluated at quantiles of the limiting distribution.

"... In PAGE 9: ... This gave us samples of size 50,000 from the true null distribution of X2. Table1 records the proportion of these values which lie above each of the estimated quantiles of the limiting distribution. In Table 2, we compare the mean and variance of these samples of 50,000 with the exact mean and variance of the limiting distribution in Corollary 1.... ..."

### TABLE II PERFORMANCE ACHIEVED AND COMMUNICATION NEEDED FOR TARGET DISTRIBUTION ESTIMATION.

2004

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### Table 3: Communication estimates for the chained algorithm

1994

"... In PAGE 25: ... Communication costs for the chained algorithm are estimated in Appendix A. The estimates for each of the three possible data distributions are given in Table3 . The estimates are for the sum of the costs of computing a derivative in each of the three directions.... ..."

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### Table 6: The simulation time, \execution time (communication time), quot; for solving the sample program is expressed in units of seconds: (1) based on a dynamic data distribution scheme; (2) based on a static data distribution scheme. (The net computation time) = (execution time) ? (communication time). \**** quot; means \not implemented quot; because of memory limitations.

1997

"... In PAGE 26: ... 5.1 The Sample Program Table6 lists experimental results for implementing the sample application in Section 2.3 with various problem sizes.... ..."

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### Table 2: mean service time of communication servers

2002

"... In PAGE 10: ...Table 2: mean service time of communication servers lite for reliable message exchanges between workflow engines. Table2 gives the most important types of Orbix requests for the execution of (distributed) workflows with Mentor-lite and the setting of their mean service times in the experiments. The activity module of the experimental testbed induces exactly one service request for each automatic activity on an application server.... ..."

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### Table 12. Cover of Vegetation Types in Plot 3. Transects were the experimental unit (n=21) for each plot. Estimates include the minimum percent covered by a vegetation type on a transect within the given plot (Min), the maximum percent cover for any transect (Max) the mean cover for all transects (Mean) and the lower confidence limit (LCL) and the upper confidence limit (UCL) for the mean from a bootstrap-t distribution.

2007

"... In PAGE 73: ... The most common vegetation types in plots 1 and 2 (both within the dry reach) were dominated by exotic vegetation predominantly Russian thistle and tamarisk (tables 10 and 11). In plot 3 ( Table12 ), plot 4 (Table 13) and Plot 5 (Table 14), native dominated vegetation types covered the largest area, specifically the Alakali Sacaton-Saltgrass Meadow. Each study plot is described in terms of these results below.... In PAGE 90: ... The dry reach had fewer different vegetation types than the wet reaches, more exotic vegetation types, higher WWI scores (more xeric), and lower canopy cover estimates. All but two vegetation types (both Alkali Scrub-meadow types) had significant changes in cover between the wet and dry reaches ( Table12 ). The estimated 63.... ..."

### Table 1. Estimates of the mean number of interactions per protein

2003

"... In PAGE 3: ... Robustness of the estimate We evaluated how robust our estimate was by taking out in turn each of the 317 common proteins (and corresponding interactions) and performing the calculations for a subnetwork of 316 remaining proteins (without adding artificial inter- actions). From the distribution of the resulting estimates the mean number of interactions per protein, n, and SD were determined ( Table1 ). Removal of the highly connected proteins above produced the largest changes: e.... In PAGE 3: ...5 for YML064C, while the range (or the distance between the minimum and maximum) of the distribution was ~17 SD. After elimination of the three nodes the same procedure was repeated and the estimate of n was much more robust: both the SD decreased gt;3-fold and the range of the distribution shrunk appreciably to some 14 SD ( Table1 ). Thus, removal of the highly connected nodes reduces the average number of interactions from eight to about five per protein.... In PAGE 4: ...97 interactions per protein. This is a striking coincidence with the estimate in Table1 . Thus, both approaches suggest that on average there are about five interactors per yeast protein.... ..."

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### Table 10. Cover of Vegetation Types in Plot 1. Transects were the experimental unit (n=21) for each plot. Estimates include the minimum percent covered by a vegetation type on a transect within the given plot (Min), the maximum percent cover for any transect (Max) the mean cover for all transects (Mean) and the lower confidence limit (LCL) and the upper confidence limit (UCL) for the mean from a bootstrap-t distribution.

2007

### Table 11. Cover of Vegetation Types in Plot 2. Transects were the experimental unit (n=21) for each plot. Estimates include the minimum percent covered by a vegetation type on a transect within the given plot (Min), the maximum percent cover for any transect (Max) the mean cover for all transects (Mean) and the lower confidence limit (LCL) and the upper confidence limit (UCL) for the mean from a bootstrap-t distribution.

2007

### Table 13. Cover of Vegetation Types in Plot 4. Transects were the experimental unit (n=21) for each plot. Estimates include the minimum percent covered by a vegetation type on a transect within the given plot (Min), the maximum percent cover for any transect (Max) the mean cover for all transects (Mean) and the lower confidence limit (LCL) and the upper confidence limit (UCL) for the mean from a bootstrap-t distribution.

2007

"... In PAGE 73: ... The most common vegetation types in plots 1 and 2 (both within the dry reach) were dominated by exotic vegetation predominantly Russian thistle and tamarisk (tables 10 and 11). In plot 3 (Table 12), plot 4 ( Table13 ) and Plot 5 (Table 14), native dominated vegetation types covered the largest area, specifically the Alakali Sacaton-Saltgrass Meadow. Each study plot is described in terms of these results below.... ..."