### TABLE 3. State-dependent computable parameters

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### Table 6: State-Dependent Service Rates (ORD) n .n/

### Table 8 Returns of the Different MA Strategies for the LITIN-10 Index Portfolio type MA 10 MA 50 MA 100 MA 200 Long-cash 98.14% 136.94% 111.87% 137.05% Long short 77.68% 162.08% 81.37% 125.48%

"... In PAGE 5: ...able 7 Returns of the Different MA Strategies for the LITIN-G Index.................................44 Table8 Returns of the Different MA Strategies for the LITIN-10 Index .... ..."

### Table 4 Test for state dependence1

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"... In PAGE 42: ... If there is true state dependence, the coefficients of the additional lags may be statistically significant, and should be of the same sign as the coefficient of the non-lagged variables. The results of the test for state dependence are presented in Table4 . We find little support for the hypothesis of state dependence.... In PAGE 43: ... The absence of similar significant lagged effects of other variables does not support the hypothesis of state dependence. With the exception of coefficients of a few of the asset variables (the effect of family labor on perennials and farm size on pasture), all of the other significant coefficients in Table 3 are robust to the inclusion of additional lags in Table4 . Thus, even if additional lags of variables such as human capital have a true impact and thus belong in the specification, the results are generally robust to this.... ..."

### Table 2: Baseline word error rates for the global language model and the interpolation of the 32 dialogue-state dependent lan- guage models with the global language model. trigram perplexity errors [%]

1999

"... In PAGE 3: ...2%. Table2 comprises the baseline results achieved with the global language model and the interpolated model defined in Equation (2). In a first experiment we used the automatic text clustering algorithm presented in [3].... In PAGE 3: ... The impact on the word error rate is disappointing. The interpolated model in Table2 performs significantly better than the generalized dia- logue states in Table 3. The main disadvantage of the automatic text clustering algo- rithm is that the optimal number of clusters (optimal in terms of reducing the perplexity on new data) cannot be determined auto- matically.... ..."

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### Table 2: Evaluation of forward state dependencies

in A Framework For Enforceable Specification Of Extended Transaction Models And Transactional Workflows

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### Table 2. State Dependence on Design Variables

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"... In PAGE 8: ... Approximately 4 values were selected across the range of each design variable. The resulting 58 designs formed the initial database and were used to develop the information in Table2 . This Table illustrates the states (s1 - s18) and the design variables (dv1-dv12) on which they depend.... ..."

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### Table 1. State-Dependent Lag 1 Correlations for NP1 Simulations From a SETAR Model

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"... In PAGE 10: ... This reiterates the point that model mis-specification, for example, by selection of the bivariate normal distribution, precludes a model from conver- gence to whatever the underlying distribution may be. Table1 shows the state dependent correlation statistics (de- scribed in Appendix A) for NP1 model simulations based on SETAR data. Note how well the NP1 model reproduces the big difference between above median and forward correlations and below median and forward correlations.... ..."

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### Table 3. Normalized state-dependent gate cur- rents in NAND and NOR-gates

"... In PAGE 4: ... Gate-leakage for the different states in a 2-input NAND-gate. For comparison purposes, we show in Table3 the nor- malized total gate leakage per state for a 2-input NAND- gate and a 2-input NOR-gate, assuming that a minimum- size NMOS device leaks one unit. As in Table 1, we are assuming that a PMOS leaks exactly one tenth the amount in a similar size NMOS.... In PAGE 4: ... Such state-dependent leakage tables can be constructed for a logic gate of any complexity, and be used to identify the input conditions that produce more or less leaky states. It is interesting to note that symmetrical inputs do not produce the same amount of leakage (see rows corresponding to in- puts (0,1) and (1,0) in Table3 ). If we know in advance that one input is more likely to be high than the other (i.... ..."

### Table 3. Normalized state-dependent gate cur- rents in NAND and NOR-gates

"... In PAGE 4: ... Gate-leakage for the different states in a 2-input NAND-gate. For comparison purposes, we show in Table3 the nor- malized total gate leakage per state for a 2-input NAND- gate and a 2-input NOR-gate, assuming that a minimum- size NMOS device leaks one unit. As in Table 1, we are assuming that a PMOS leaks exactly one tenth the amount in a similar size NMOS.... In PAGE 4: ... Such state-dependent leakage tables can be constructed for a logic gate of any complexity, and be used to identify the input conditions that produce more or less leaky states. It is interesting to note that symmetrical inputs do not produce the same amount of leakage (see rows corresponding to in- puts (0,1) and (1,0) in Table3 ). If we know in advance that one input is more likely to be high than the other (i.... ..."