### TABLE I Classical orthogonal polynomials: weight function and coefficients in the differential equation. The free parameters , and must all be larger than -1.

### Table 4. COX-2 genotype and haplotype frequencies (%) in prostate cancer patients and unaffected controls.

"... In PAGE 6: ...5 Due to the low frequency of the -1265A and -899C SNPs in the European American population there lacked sufficient power to determine an association with the disease. Altogether six haplotypes comprise gt;97% of all chromosomes observed in the African American and Nigerian populations ( Table4 ). However, only two haplotypes accounted for 99% of the European American chromosomes.... In PAGE 6: ... Haplotype AGGC was the most common haplotype among all populations ranging from 52% to 93% in Nigerian and European American controls populations respectively. Haplotype AGGG was significantly more common among controls subjects (8%) than cases (4%) in the combined dataset ( Table4 ). This pattern was observed across all three ethnic groups.... ..."

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### Table 2: Chordal condition number and error estimation

1996

"... In PAGE 5: ... This experiment suggests that our approach permits to perform e ciently a sensitivity analysis. Table2 shows the chordal error and its estimation E4 (see equation 4). As expected, we see that the chordal error is signi cantly smaller than the prediction E4, especially for large eigenvalues (that is for large values of n in our example).... ..."

### Table 1: Main data for the q-Charlier polynomials.

### Table 3: The largest target set for D = 2 and N = 6

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 3: The largest target set for D = 2 and N = 6 Table3 gives a target set of 22 patterns encoded across 6 output units that can be represented using two hidden units. Figure 1 shows an arrangement (which is not necessarily unique) of hyperplanes that could represent the set of patterns given in gure 1.... ..."

### Table 2, n = 50.

"... In PAGE 12: ... Forbidden times are generated only within the interval [0, summationtext50 j=1 pj]. We report these computational results in Table2 . Note here that we have solved all the problems to optimality.... ..."

### Table 3. Computing time comparisons.

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ... 3.3 Computational Experience See Table3 . For the group relaxation, we use i = 8, for all i =1; :::; m,for the 5 instances of size 3 20 and i = 16, for all i =1; :::; m, for the remaining instances.... ..."

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### Table 2. Comparison between MEP and IFEP on function f1 (the sphere model) with n = 100, 200 and 300, respectively. All results have been averaged over 10 independent runs, where \Mean Best quot; indicates the mean best function values found in the last generation.

1998

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### Table I: The main data for q-Meixner Polynomials [4]. m ; n (s; q), = q2

### Table 1. Subgraphs of the MWT.

in Geometry © 1997 Springer-Verlag New York Inc. A Large Subgraph of the Minimum Weight Triangulation ∗

"... In PAGE 11: ... We now present some representative results in tabular form. Table1 contains results from one set of 343 trials in which we computed the LMT-skeleton and the 1:17682- skeleton on the same sets of uniform random points ranging from 100 to 350 points. For the 50-point intervals, each line of data (each value of n) represents the averages of approximately 50 trials.... ..."