### TABLE 1: Comparison of Exact and DSD-Determined Parameters for a Synthesized Time Signal Consisting of a Sum of Exponentially Decaying Oscillations, with Known Frequencies, Amplitudes, Phases, and Damping Constantsa

### Table 2 Percentages of Regressions by Mr. Chips

1997

"... In PAGE 11: ... Chips depends on his retinal structure and the nature of the saccade noise. Table2 shows sample percentages. The number of regressions rises when there is saccade noise or when scotomas are present.... ..."

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### Table 5: Training, test, and global performance of the Gaussian process regression models.

### Table 2.Table Showing Means and Standard deviations of Gaussian Distributions of Sensors

2004

"... In PAGE 4: ... Similarly, (10) where if ; and if . The distributions assumed in this paper to model the detection process for the biometric sensors is gaussian and given in the Table2 . The distributions are drawn at random and do not pertain to any real biometric sensors.... In PAGE 8: ...4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The sensor suite with sensors having distributions as given in Table2 are made available to the agents. The transac- tion times for the sensors are given in the Table 6.... ..."

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### Table 11 Parameter estimates for yearly router regressions (heterosekdasticity-robust standard errors in parentheses)

2001

"... In PAGE 20: ...inconclusive, we calculate alternative yearly regressions and use the results to calculate imputed price indexes. Table11 displays the results of the yearly regressions. Once again, the variables BWHE, MPORTSHE, FLASHHE, PROCESSHE, DRAMHE, and DCHE refer to the interaction of BW, MPORTS, FLASH, PROCESS, DRAM and DC with DHE.... ..."

### Table 3 Determinants of local organizational presence Least Squares Regression (Robust Standard Errors in Parentheses) a, b

1999

"... In PAGE 27: ... We were not able to obtain information on asset or income distribution so could not include this in the analy sis. 20 Results The regression results for organizational density are reported in Table3 . Local organizational density is positively associated (at the 10% level) with the presence of external organizations, population level, distance from the urban market and adult literacy; and negatively associated with rapid population growth, the percent of the community born in the municipio, and the basic grains expansion and forestry pathways.... In PAGE 28: ... 25 The robustness of these findings was explored in regressions using actual rather than predicted population growth rate and pathway dummies, and excluding the pathways. 21 Almost all of the coefficients significant at the 5% level in Table3 have the same sign and are significant at the 5% level in these other regressions. 22 In addition, we find support for the hypothesized inverted U - shaped relationship between population growth and organizational development in these additional regressions, with a significant positive coefficient of population growth rate and a significant negative coefficient of growth rate squared.... ..."

### Table 11 Parameter estimates for yearly router regressions (heterosekdasticity-robust standard errors in parentheses)

"... In PAGE 20: ... Because our tests of parameter constancy across adjacent year regressions for routers were inconclusive, we calculate alternative yearly regressions and use the results to calculate imputed price indexes. Table11 displays the results of the yearly regressions. Once again, the variables BWHE, MPORTSHE, FLASHHE, PROCESSHE, DRAMHE, and DCHE refer to the interaction of BW, MPORTS, FLASH, PROCESS, DRAM and DC with DHE.... ..."

### Table 4 Effect of Partisan Politics on Intergovernmental Transfers (t-statistic in parenthesis) Variable Total Plan Transfers Statutory Transfers

1995

"... In PAGE 23: ... In general, the results in Table 3 show that statutory transfers are more progressive in redistribution across states, and have a greater percentage of their variation across states and over time explained by the simple economic criteria underlying their distribution formula, than is the case for total plan transfers. Table4 reports the results of augmenting the simple model with the inclusion of political variables. We find that plan grants are directed towards affiliated states as the model predicts, and furthermore towards those affiliated states that contribute a smaller share of the total number of state legislators in the national assembly for the national ruling party.... ..."

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### TABLE I GAUSSIAN PROCESS PARAMETERS

2001

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### TABLE I GAUSSIAN PROCESS PARAMETERS

2001

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