### Table 4: Job satisfaction of temporary workers: Ordered probit estimates

"... In PAGE 18: ...e.g., the intrinsic nature of the job and the stress level associated with hours worked or with the relation with the boss), temporary and permanent workers may not differ systematically. Table4 reports estimates of an ordered probit model of seven different components of job satisfaction as well as an overall measure for men and women separately.16 Each aspect of job satisfaction is measured on a scale from 1 to 7, where a value of 1 corresponds to not satisfied at all and a value of 7 corresponds to completely satisfied .... In PAGE 19: ... This may pick up the different positions and responsibilities of contract workers (only partially controlled for by education, occupation, industry, sector and firm size), and it also suggests the probationary nature of this form of temporary work.20 Controlling for unobserved 18 The estimates in Table4 have also been used to compute the predicted probabilities of reporting low levels of job satisfaction (levels 1 to 3). All probabilities have been computed at sample values.... ..."

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### Table 13. Measure on B -models and theories

"... In PAGE 115: ... Because of the symmetry we get|assuming the same restriction on the average weight|that the entropy function reaches its maximum at (($1; $2) = (0:6; 0:6). Table13 gives the values of on total theories, and on theories in C +. 2Recall that total theories can be mapped to total contexts, or total models, in a 1{1 onto... ..."

### Table 2. Model creation results.

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"... In PAGE 8: ... Table2 shows that the main action will be perform by the opponent can be predicted with high accuracy (more than a 80%). 3.... ..."

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### Table 3: Satisfaction with Democracy

"... In PAGE 15: ... So that the models are comparable across electoral systems, we report two separate models, one without disproportionality (Model A) and another that includes the measure (Model B). Results Table3 reports the results for the models explaining satisfaction with democracy. Consistent with our expectations, in plurality systems, those with small party preferences are less satisfied with democracy than major party supporters.... In PAGE 16: ... Finally, disproportional results within PR countries do not appear to have much of an effect on satisfaction. ( Table3 here) In Table 4, we find similar results for major and minor parties. However, unlike the previous models, the parties out of power are significantly more likely to believe that their vote makes a difference in Britain and the United States.... ..."

### Table 1. Mean Field Theories

"... In PAGE 5: ...solated atoms. We rst present the results of the Iben et al. model. Table1 gives the calculated ground state ionization potentials, , and the probability densities, 2, at the nucleus for a screened Coulomb potential with Z taking on values from 1 to 6 and Debye radius RD = 0:45 , which is the solar value at R=R = 0:06. For Z = 1, Debye-H... In PAGE 6: ...the rate reduction factors, FIKS, by which the bound state capture rate is reduced due to screening, FIKS = 2e = 2 0e 0; (3) where the subscript 0 indicates unscreened values. Thus, we see from Table1 that bound state screening reduces the total capture rate by a factor R = (wc + FIKSwb1)=(wc + wb) = 0:85; (4) or by 15% . Screening e ects on continuum electrons were studied by Bahcall amp; Moeller (1969), who integrated numerically the Schroedinger equation for continuum electrons.... In PAGE 6: ... For 7Be under solar conditions, screening corrections are small but larger than our calculational accuracy. Let the screening corrections for continuum electrons be represented by FBM = lt; 2 gt; = lt; 2 0 gt; : (5) Table1 gives values of FIKS and FBM for di erent nuclear charges Z; solar values at R=R = 0:06 were used for and RD. The total electron capture rate should be calculated using a density enhancement factor wIKSBM = FBMwc + FIKSwb1; (6) where we make the excellent approximation that screened excited bound states give a negligible contribution.... In PAGE 7: ... The rst order expansion of the potential gives = Zr e?r=RD Zr ? Z RD : (7) Thus the potential near the nucleus is a Coulomb potential plus an approximately constant correction. In statistical equilibrium, the constant change in the potential reduces the electron density at the nucleus by a Boltzmann factor, FS = exp(? Z=RD), and the density enhancement factor is given by wS = FS(wc + wb): (8) Table1 compares, in the last two rows, our numerical values obtained from the detailed quantum mechanical calculations summarized by Eq. (6), and the simple Salpeter-like formula, Eq.... ..."

### TABLE 2. Categorized items from the first part of the model perception questionnaire.

### Table 1. Summary of the assessment of three theories as candidates for a unified theory of software engineering. * denotes low and *** high quality satisfaction.

### Table 1. Truth value of a proposition with a normal model and two different theories

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"... In PAGE 2: ... With the above definitions let us analyse the problem of encoding, in general, the truth value Z of some proposition in this 8-valued logic. Table1 shows the 8 possible cases. Table 1.... ..."

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### Table 1: Cost reduction achieved through automatic sitemap creation

"... In PAGE 7: ... The generation tool could be finished with two weeks apos; worth of effort. The solution was a success both as a motivator and for economic reasons (see Table1 ). The conceptual designers were able to spend more of their time working on the description of dynamic parts of an e-development application (the parts they didn apos;t have time to work on before), resulting in better communication with IT and leading to better overall performance in project work.... ..."