### Table 15: Parametric bootstrap estimator results for estimators US core inflation in the presence of GARCH(1,1) errors.

1999

"... In PAGE 27: ...The results are presented in Table15 , with corresponding rejection frequencies of t-tests in Table 16. Table 15: Parametric bootstrap estimator results for estimators US core inflation in the presence of GARCH(1,1) errors.... ..."

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### Table 3. Stabilization of the estimation.

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... In our experiments this means the estimated probabilities of each line in the circuit at the actual time frame and the time frame before are identical. Results can be found in Table3 . We had an upper limit of 1000 time frames.... ..."

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### Table 1 Estimates and standard errors for parameters in the simulation models. Presence of IC IC=0

in Tweedie Class Log-linear Models for Longitudinal Data with Random Effects and Internal Correlation

"... In PAGE 10: ... The focus of the study is on the comparison of the consequences of the negligence and inclusion of IC. Table1 reports the numerical results of estimates and standard errors under assumptions of zero-IC (or genuine random e ects model) and of the presence of IC. Table 1 Estimates and standard errors for parameters in the simulation models.... ..."

### Table 7. Table 3: Degeneracy Status for 68 Problems in the SDPLIB Suite.

"... In PAGE 19: ...1 before numerical difficulties are encountered in the course of the IPM iterations. Table7 in the Appendix contains the IPM iterations obtained by SDPT3-aug for the 85 problems in the SDPLIB suite. The relative error (described in (16)) of the approximate optimal solution obtained for each problem is shown in the third column of the table.... ..."

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### Table 3: Results of Restricted Estimation for German Kreise Dependent variable is ln(Y=L) EGLS{regressions ML{regressions

"... In PAGE 20: ... where quot; = W quot; + u, e R = BR and W and B are spatial weight matrices. I will present two di erent estimates of equation (13): one that is unrestricted in the parameter estimates (Table 2) and one where the restriction + + = 1 applies ( Table3 ). The latter regression thus implies constant returns to scale in K; L and R.... In PAGE 21: ...5. Table3 reproduces results to similar regressions, but with the restriction of constant returns to scale in K, L and R, i.... In PAGE 21: ... Due to that reason, ML/EGLS-estimates of in the presence of did not converge. Thus, since estimates of both and are insigni cant, I suggest placing most trust in the speci cation given in column (6) of Table3 . Hence, the production elasticity of R amp;D{personnel is 0.... ..."

### TABLE I THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TESTED SCENES. FOR EACH SCENE THE TABLE GIVES THE TYPE OF DEGENERACY, NUMBER OF CORRESPONDENCES, INLIER RATE, BEEM ESTIMATION OF THE INLIER RATE, THE NUMBER OF OUTLIERS, THE NUMBER OF INLIERS, THE NUMBER OF INLIERS BELONGING TO THE DEGENERACY, AND THE NUMBER OF INLIERS NOT BELONGING TO THE DEGENERACY.

### Table 1: Coefficients of contemporaneous effects

"... In PAGE 11: ... As our methodology assumes that the contemporaneous Taylor rule followed by the monetary authority responds only to aggregate quantities, we directly estimate each parameter ( ; ; and p in equation (3) respectively). The coefficients estimated for these parameters are reported in Table1 . The results are consistent with a policy rule aimed at stabilizing output and prices.... ..."

### Table 20: In uence of degeneracy:bnd= 50, lowbnd= 50, actbnd= 50, width= 10.

1998

"... In PAGE 37: ...ounds. In Table 19 we report the results for width equal to 10, 100 and 500. The results show an absolute stability with respect to this parameter. In Table20 we consider the in uence of the degeneracy for ndeg equal to 1, 3 and 1. This last case correspond to completely degenerate problems, i.... ..."

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### Table 1: Stability of phase-based orientation from a single

1994

"... In PAGE 3: ....1. Phase-Based Technique As mentioned above, although phase-based orientation mea- surements from band-pass lter outputs produce multiple local orientations and are reasonably stable under certain lighting and geometric deformations of the input [6, 8], they proved too unstable (with xed lters) for computing orien- tational disparities. For example, Table1 shows the mean error and standard deviation of orientation di erences, as functions of rotations of the image shown in Figure 1, with a single orientation-tuned lter. The orientation estimates in this case are given by the orientation of the instantaneous frequency, r (x).... ..."

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### Table 1 Sample1: Estimate of cluster stability.

"... In PAGE 18: ... 5 are the labels that identify the different examples and they correspond to the members of clusters of the second column of Tab 1. [ Table1 about here.] [Fig.... ..."