### Table 5. Sample matched topics from two Gibbs sampler runs started with different initial random seeds. Average KL distance between matched topics is 2.7 bits, so the table shows examples of a closely matched, average matched, and more distant matched pair of topics.

"... In PAGE 6: ...8 bits, individual KL divergences varied from less than one bit to more than 10 bits. Table5 shows selected matched topics. The first row shows a closely matched topic relating to parallel computing, differing only by 0.... ..."

### Table 2. Percentage of acoustic events that were correctly identi ed in terms of wavefront direction angle, given three di erent angle tolerances. To better investigate localization accuracy allowed by the CSP-based analysis technique, a second scenario was con- ceived using a new array con guration that consists of two distant microphone pairs: distance between microphones of each pair was 15 cm, while distance between microphone pairs was 75 cm. A new database of 100 acoustic stimuli was acquired in an o ce environment. Acoustic events were generated in the following 20 room positions (expressed in meters in x and y axes, respectively): (-1,1), (-1,2), (-1,3), (-1,4), (0,1), (0,2), (0,3), (0,6), (0,7), (1,1), (1,2), (1,3), (1,4), (2,0.5),

1994

"... In PAGE 1: ... However, per- formance in terms of localization accuracy were not con- sidered satisfactory, especially using NCC and LMS based techniques. Table2 shows performance expressed in terms of accuracy of the wavefront arrival angle, given three dif-... ..."

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### Table 1. Distance ratios for the corresponding fragment of the shape graph (denominator values) and the scene graph (numerator values) for Figure 12 images Figure 12 presents pairs of finally matched keypoints, and Table 1 shows a fragment of the shape/scene graph (only the most distant keypoints are included). Although certain variations of the ratio between the corresponding distances in the shape and scene graphs can be noticed, the average ratio is consistently near 0.6 which can be assumed the approximation of the relative scale between the model image and the test one. This value corresponds to the visual assessment of Figs 11A and 11B.

### Table 1: The repair cost relative to optimal of re- pairing uniformly uniformly-generated 3-connected 3 3 unit-disk graphs. The table reports the mean and observed standard deviation for ten trials. The \complete quot; entry represents graphs that were com- pletely disconnected, whereas the \substantial quot; en- try shows the repair cost of removing only enough vertices to diminish the number of pairwise-disjoint paths from two distant fringe vertices.

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... The smaller, circular grouping denotes a substantial disconnection that will a ect connec- tivity, whereas the larger group will completely disconnect the graph. Table1 shows the repair costs of removing enough vertices to completely disconnect s-t pairs and removing only enough edges to diminish the number vertex-disjoint s-t paths. The table shows the increase in the number of vertices required to reestablish 3-connectivity, relative to the optimal repair Figure 10: An example of complete disconnection, represented by the larger dashed region, and sub- stantial vertex removal, denoted by the dashed cir-... ..."

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### Table 1: The repair cost relative to optimal of re- pairing uniformly uniformly-generated 3-connected 3 3 unit-disk graphs. The table reports the mean and observed standard deviation for ten trials. The \complete quot; entry represents graphs that were com- pletely disconnected, whereas the \substantial quot; en- try shows the repair cost of removing only enough vertices to diminish the number of pairwise-disjoint paths from two distant fringe vertices.

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... The smaller, circular grouping denotes a substantial disconnection that will a ect connec- tivity, whereas the larger group will completely disconnect the graph. Table1 shows the repair costs of removing enough vertices to completely disconnect s-t pairs and removing only enough edges to diminish the number vertex-disjoint s-t paths. The table shows the increase in the number of vertices required to reestablish 3-connectivity, relative to the optimal repair Figure 10: An example of complete disconnection, represented by the larger dashed region, and sub- stantial vertex removal, denoted by the dashed cir-... ..."

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### Table 1 Conserved gene pairs (examples) found in genome comparisons [a]

"... In PAGE 7: ... Several conserved gene pairs identified in two new triple genome comparisons involving arachaea (top) and H. pylori (middle) are shown in Table1 . The table shows that conserved gene pairs are still present even if one species included in the triple comparison is only very distantly re- lated to the other two, demanding a high pressure for evolu- tionary conservation of gene order of this particular genes.... ..."

### Table 5: Bitnet Adoption, Collaboration, Institution-Pair Quality, and Distance (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Dependent variable is collaboration All Data TIER 1 and

2006

"... In PAGE 13: ... To explore this, we employ a spline regression, grouping university pairs by the distance between them. Our results using all institution-pairs ( Table5 column 1) suggest that overall Bitnet adoption was associated with increases in both local and distant collaborations.27 Splitting the data by pair quality provides important detail on how distance was related to Bitnet adoption and collaboration.... ..."

### Table 2. Cox multivariate analysis of distant

"... In PAGE 4: ... 1B). A multivariate Coxregression analysis of distant disease-free survival, including lymph node status, menopausal status, tumor size, ERBB2 amplification, ERa status, two dummy variables for ERhC0 (versus ++ and + versus ++), and two interaction terms for ERh with ERa status ( Table2 ) showed a significantly worse distant disease-free survival for the ERhC0 group compared with ERh++ in the ERa-negative subgroup, with a hazard ratio (HR) of 14 [95% confidence interval (95% CI), 1.... In PAGE 5: ... 1D and F-G, respectively). From the Coxregression model with interaction between ERa and ERh ( Table2 ), the predictive value of ERa for distant disease-free survival in the different ERh subgroups could be interpreted. In agreement with the results from the Kaplan-Meier analysis, we found that ERa positivity was a significant independent predictive marker for improved distant disease-free survival only within the ERhC0 group (HR, 0.... In PAGE 5: ...egative tumors were similar (P = 0.68 for ERa and P =0.41for PgR, Kruskal-Wallis test), we concluded that residual low levels of ERa or PgR protein in the three ERh subgroups did not contribute to the prognostic effect of ERh within the ERa- negative tumors. In addition to ERh++ status compared with ERhC0 in the ERa- negative subgroup, four or more lymph nodes (compared with 0) and menopausal status had independent prognostic value after tamoxifen treatment in the multivariate analysis ( Table2 ). No other effects were significant; however, ERBB2 amplification and ERh+ status (compared with ERh++) in the ERa-negative subgroup showed a tendency (P lt; 0.... In PAGE 5: ... No other effects were significant; however, ERBB2 amplification and ERh+ status (compared with ERh++) in the ERa-negative subgroup showed a tendency (P lt; 0.10) to carry prognostic information ( Table2 ). S-phase fraction, age as a continuous variable, PgR, and DNA ploidy status were not included in the multivariate analysis as they showed no significant association with distant disease-free survival in univariate analysis.... In PAGE 6: ....21-0.89; P = 0.02, extrapolated from Table2 ). Moreover, it appeared that ERa negativity may confer a better outcome within the ERh strongly positive group (P = 0.... In PAGE 6: ....2; 95% CI, 0.67-40; P = 0.12, Table2 ). These findings raise an intriguing hypothesis that the best tamoxifen response is achieved when a tumor is expressing either ERa or ERh, but not both.... ..."

### Table 2. Determining the gaze by applying distant constraint .

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ... The image coordinates of the eye corners, which are obtained by projecting the head pose results [19] to the gaze camera, are listed in Table 1. The eye gaze (n), the center of the iris (Oc), and consequently the center of the eyeball (Os) are listed in Table2 . DL and DR are the distance from the Os to the two eye corners (R and L in Table 1) respectively.... In PAGE 7: ... Applying the distance constraint to disambiguate the solutions of the normal and the center, the results are listed in Table 3, where the unique solution is marked as T . The errors, Ep, of the point-of-regard are then estimated and listed in Table2 . The errors of the eye gaze are also estimated by Eg= tan-1 (Ep/Dt) (11) where Dt is the distance from the subject to the plane-of- regard, see Fig.... ..."

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