### Table 3 Results of applying Liu, Liu and Rubin apos;s method to the trivariate normal with high correlations are

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"... In PAGE 28: ... The fact that both sequences appear to stabilize and become equal after about fifty iterations suggests very rapid conver- gence. Table3 shows Zellner and Min apos;s Gibbs Sampler Difference Convergence Criterion (standard errors in parentheses) calculated for each chain at four sets of parameter values. All table entries have been multiplied by 104.... ..."

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### Table 1: Errors and rates of convergence for Aziz-Liu example.

"... In PAGE 25: ... Also, u is smooth on the line x = 0 where the equation changes type from forward to backward. Table1 has the results for several runs at di erent values of N. Table 1: Errors and rates of convergence for Aziz-Liu example.... ..."

### lable condition for our application. In [20], Liu and Layland show that Equation (3),

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### Table 10.1: The parameters that are used by Liu and Kowarz in their simulations.

### Table 12: Web Latency Response Times - Source: [LIU 1998]

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### Table 3. Comparing our implementation of Wong-Liu with TimberWolf

"... In PAGE 6: ... Since the wirelength models of the two are differ- ent, we compare area and run-times. It turns out that our Wong-Liu Simulated Annealing floorplanner is as fast as TimberWolf Simu- lated Annealing floorplanner and the area results (TimberWolf pro- duces a larger area because it leaves some space between modules for routing channels or pad spacing) are comparable, as given in Table3 . The main motivation for comparison with TimberWolf has been to make sure that our implementation of Wong-Liu floorplan- ner is fast and of good quality when compared to other Simulated Annealing implementations (we are reporting results for only two of the test circuits).... ..."

### Table 2. Elasticities of Substitution between Domestic and Imported Goods Commodity GTAP This Study Liu et al*

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"... In PAGE 10: ...anagishima, 1997; Anderson et al., 1998; Hertel and Martin, 2000). However, this practice is rather ad hoc and, until recently, it has not been formally validated. The standard GTAP trade elasticities are reported in the first column of Table2 . They are obtained from Jomini et al.... In PAGE 10: ... (2000) estimate is nearly three times as large as the GTAP value. The second column in Table2 reports the elasticity of substitution between domestic and imported goods used in the present study. As can be seen, these values have been obtained by doubling the standard GTAP values.... ..."

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### Table 1: Results for the Yeo/Liu implementation extended with FDN and GFDN method (5164 cuts). Implement.

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"... In PAGE 4: ... All implementations were tested with different threshold values. The results for the different tests are displayed in Table1 , where the number of detected cuts, the number of false alarms, and the total number of errors (missed cuts plus false alarms) are listed. GFDN leads to a significant error reduction and is superior to both the FDN noise reduction technique and the basic implementation.... In PAGE 4: ... GFDN leads to a significant error reduction and is superior to both the FDN noise reduction technique and the basic implementation. Table1 demonstrates that there is a large reduction of false alarms in case of n=2 while keeping a high number of correctly detected cuts. In the case of n=2.... ..."

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### Table 2. Set B - Abbreviations and long forms (chosen from (Liu et al., 2002b)) and number of vectors extracted Abbreviatio

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"... In PAGE 2: ..., 2002b; Pakhomov, 2002), we have chosen two groups of abbreviations to disambiguate. These abbreviations and their long forms are given in Table 1 (Set A, chosen from (Pakhomov, 2002)) and Table2 (Set B, chosen from (Liu et al., 2002b)).... ..."

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