### Table 1: Symmetric Distributions

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### Table 15: Poverty and Inequality Group Weights Welfare Theil P0 P1 P2 P0*

"... In PAGE 47: ... The second (P0*) corresponds to the computation of the poverty rate under the standard assumption of a lognormal distribution of the within-group income, with endogenous mean and fixed variance. Table15 gives a static image of the differences between the two measures. At the aggregated level, P0* underestimates the poverty rate, but the results differ according to groups.... ..."

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### Table 3: Distribution of stream lengths

1994

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### Table 1: Symmetric KL divergence for pairs of authors

"... In PAGE 7: ... We searched only over authors who wrote more than 5 papers in the full NIPS data set|there are 125 such authors out of the full set of 2037. Table1 shows the 5 pairs of authors with the highest averaged sKL for the 400-topic model, as well as the median and min- imum. Results for the 200 and 100-topic models are also shown as are the number of papers in the data set for each author (in parentheses) and the number of co-authored papers in the data set (2nd column).... In PAGE 8: ...imilarly, although A. Moore and R. Sutton have not co-authored any papers to our knowledge, they have both (separately) published extensively on the same topic of reinforcement learning. The distances between the authors ranked highly (in Table1 ) are signi cantly lower than the median distances between pairs of au- thors. The topic distributions for di erent authors can also be used to assess the extent to which authors tend to address a single topic in their work, or cover multi- ple topics.... ..."

### Table 2 Correlation coefficients (Pearson apos;s r) between MT+ contrast responsivity and behavioral measures

2007

"... In PAGE 3: ... 5). Given the considerable overlap between subtests included in these neuropsychological batteries, we relied primarily on 8 composite scores that span various aspects of reading and cognitive processing (see Table2 and Supplementary Table 1). We rely on the composite scores developed and validated by the authors of the test batteries, which have higher reliability and external validity than the component scores.... ..."

### Table 3: Distribution of stream lengths This figure shows how the stream lengths are distributed. Note that this distribution depends on the number of streams being used. We used ten streams for these experiments.

1994

"... In PAGE 6: ... By stream length, we mean the number of references after which the regular pattern of accesses is broken. Stream length distributions are shown in Table3 . For most benchmarks stream lengths of less than 5 and greater than 20 constitute a major fraction of the hits.... ..."

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### Table 1. Symmetric di erence (area based) segmentation error. For each object the error measure is computed as a symmetric di erence between nal segmented region and true segmented region. The values in the table are computed as a sum of error measures for individual objects.

"... In PAGE 11: ... The choice of initialization did not signi cantly in uence our results. Segmentation errors given in Table1 qualitatively con rm the superior performance attained using our prior. 5 Conclusions In this paper we present a shape distribution-based object prior for use in curve evolution image segmentation.... ..."