### Table 9 Sample of 1974-2004 Dependent Variable: Unemployment Rate

"... In PAGE 21: ...2% declines when it is measured by Int2. A second way to test the premise of the redistribution story is through the effect of interventions on the labor market, more specifically, its incidence on unemployment ( Table9 ). Either when we include our set of external indicators, or when we control for the effect of past and current output growth (which has the expected negative coefficient) in columns 5 to 7, intervention exhibits a significantly negative effect on unemployment.... ..."

### Table 1 Sample of 1974-2004 Dependent Variable: Logarithm of Real Exchange Rate

"... In PAGE 12: ... Real exchange rate and inflation To complete the characterization of the intervention regime we explored empirically the link between intervention and real appreciations, that is, whether interventions indeed manage to preserve a depreciated real exchange rate (a key premise of the mercantilist view). We do this in Table1 , where we run a panel regression of the log changes of the real bilateral exchange rate on key determinants of the exchange rate: terms of trade, the output of trading partners, and capital inflows.20 All regressions include year dummies to control for global factors such as international liquidity or risk appetite, as well as country fixed effects.... In PAGE 13: ...intervention measure and the dependent variable.21 Table1 shows our results. We find the expected positive effect of intervention on the real exchange rate: the contemporaneous effect is positive and significant in all cases (we report 2- and 3-period moving averages).... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in On-Orbit Application Of H-Infinity To The Middeck Active Controls Experiment: Overview Of Results

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in ON-ORBIT APPLICATION OF H-INFINITY TO THE MIDDECK ACTIVE CONTROLS EXPERIMENT: OVERVIEW OF RESULTS

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in On-Orbit Application of H-Infinity to the Middeck Active Controls Experiment: Overview of Results

"... In PAGE 3: ... Several sensor and actuator combinations were of interest for each of the two hardware configurations. These combinations are summarized in Table1 . The first case investigated was single axis control in the X and Z directions using single-input, single-output (SISO) control.... In PAGE 8: ... RESULTS A variety of control configurations were tested. A summary of the actuator and sensor combinations evaluated for both hardware configurations was given in Table1 . SISO X and Z axis control designs were successfully tested on-orbit for both hardware Configurations 1 and 2.... ..."

### Table 1 ACTUATOR/SENSOR COMBINATIONS EVALUATED

in ON-ORBIT APPLICATION OF H-INFINITY TO THE MIDDECK ACTIVE CONTROLS EXPERIMENT: OVERVIEW OF RESULTS

### Table 5. Full state and output feedback control laws with sensor numbers.

1998

"... In PAGE 20: ... The ideal case is to eliminate the acoustic sensors entirely and use the model with coupling along with structural data to reconstruct the acoustic state. For the simulations presented here, three sensor con gurations were considered as sum- marized in Table5 . In all cases, the number of sensors measuring the potential was taken to be N = 0 in (2.... In PAGE 22: ... In comparing the rms values and time plots of the three compensators, it is noted that the performance of Compensator I with measurements of pressure, displacement and velocity is only 1-2 dB better than that of Compensators II and III. Recall from Table5 that Compensator III employs only 5 velocity sensors for the actual state reconstruction. The pre- computed gains and coupled model provide the remaining information required for accurate state estimation and control computation.... In PAGE 25: ... Hence while signi cant attenuation is achieved throughout most of the cavity, optimization issues concerning patch number and orientation should be investigated to attain global attenuation. Similar results obtained with Compensators I and III described in Table5 are plotted in Figure 9. The small patch having radius R=12 was employed as an actuator and rms sound pressure levels along axis 2 are reported in the gure.... In PAGE 27: ... The example we consider in this section reinforces the tenet held by many acousticians that this strategy is not e ective in general and should be used only for certain exogenous frequencies (see, for example, [13, 20]). It also illustrates the bene ts of utilizing a compensator for the coupled system which employs only structural sensors (see Compensator III of Table5 ) rather than a purely structural controller. For the structural acoustic system in this work, a purely structural controller would be designed for the discretized plate model quot; KP 0 0 MP # quot; _ #(t) #(t) # = quot; 0 KP ?KP ?CP # quot; #(t) _ #(t) # + quot; 0^ B # u(t) + quot; 0 ^ g(t) # + ^ D (t) where again, #(t) contains the generalized Fourier coe cients for displacement and MP ; KP and CP are the mass, sti ness and damping matrices for the plate (see Section 2).... ..."

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### Table 2. Binary String (a) Value (R(t,s,a))

"... In PAGE 3: ... t j Sign of w(j) in reward values R(a(t)) 0 0 + 1 1 - + 2 2 3 - + + - - - + + 3 4 5 6 7 - + + - + - - + - + - + + - + - - - + + + + - - - - - - + + + + Table 5 Note that it parallels the procedure of the inverse Walsh transform. Rewards for the Walsh canonical form of the task shown in Table2 are shown in Table 6. Note that a one-step greedy approach to this problem will yield a sub-optimal reward value of 13.... In PAGE 3: ... Its coefficient represents the joint reward gaining effect of actions at time steps 1 and 3. To see how order and can be used to interpret the complexity of a RL task, once again consider the task shown in Table2 , its Walsh coefficients in Table 4, and its Walsh canonical representation in Table 6. Orders and defining lengths for partitions in this problem are noted in Table 7.... ..."

### Table 7. GA Results

2002

"... In PAGE 7: ... Further work was done using the alternate 1700 member training set described above in the optimization phase. Table7 presents results from a grid of calculations run starting with average fractions of 0.... In PAGE 7: ... To test the quality of the convergence we extended these calculations for an additional 200 generations. As can be seen from the averages reported at the bottom of Table7 the Briem and Lessel success measure changed by only 0.1%, suggesting that the calculations were well converged (at least locally) after 200 generations.... ..."

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### Table 1: Carbon-Resin tabulated le (The data are ctitious.) AF T(s)/ T(s)/ T(s)/ PD = 950W/cm2 PD = 500W/cm2 PD = 2400W/cm2

"... In PAGE 2: ... The application of AWMK to the laser domain through our testing example will be described step by step in Section 5. 2 Metabase Table1 shows one of our tabulated les used in the laser-material experiments. Let us have a look at this table, where T, AF and PD stand for time, applied force and power density, respectively.... ..."