### Table 1 Parameter estimates of the semiparametric model and the score test for the genetic pathway e ect for the PSA data using the least squares kernel machine via the linear mixed model representation.

"... In PAGE 14: ...3. Table1 gives the score test statistics and p-values for a range of values. The p-values are not sensitive to the choice of and range from 0.... In PAGE 14: ... The result shows that that the model with the lowest AIC and BIC values is the one containing genes FGF2 and IGFBP1. The detailed results are given in Web Table1 in the Supplementary Materials. These two genes can be studied further in laboratory settings to explore their detailed relationship with PSA.... ..."

### Table 1: Characterization of back-end kernels Kernel Behaviour

2005

"... In PAGE 11: ... The standard specifies that each channel from a granule can be encoded in one of three possible ways: only with short blocks (96), only with long blocks (32) or mixed (2 long blocks for the lowest frequency subbands and 90 short blocks for the rest). Table1 shows information about how the kernels behave on different types of blocks. It can be easily observed that the back-end of this application may represent a good candidate for our approach to reduce the estimated WCET.... ..."

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### Table 5. F-Tests for bivariate VAR model { p max = 15} (log transformed)

"... In PAGE 17: ...Table 4. Akaike and Schwarz Criterion tests for bivariate models Lag of Minimum Akaike Value ( Akaike Value) Lag of Minimum Schwarz Value (Schwarz Value) Un-differenced 15 (-578) 15 (-563) Differenced 6 (362) 6 (372) Table5 displays the F-test results of the interdependencies between per capita income and current expenditures per pupil for the un-differenced model. Most notably, and contrary to the findings of our Granger Causality tests, lagged values of per capita income are found to be significantly related to current values of current expenditures.... ..."

### Table 6. F-Tests for bivariate VAR model { p max = 6 } (1 st order differenced)

"... In PAGE 17: ...47* (1/+,2/-,11/+) * p lt;.05 Estimation by mixed estimation Table6 displays the VAR results for the differenced, bivariate model. As indicated by the substantially reduced values of centered R-squared, information is lost by the ... ..."

### Table 1. EOD performance of ARES using different kernels. The Mix kernel is a linear combination of the trigram kernel and the Glarf kernel.

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ... Three kernels defined in the previous section were tried. Table1 shows the performance of each kernel. Three n-gram kernels were tested: unigram, bigram and trigram.... ..."

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### Table 1. The databases used in the experimentation. Data Set Instances Classes Features Unknown

1999

"... In PAGE 7: ...contains continuous, nominal and mixed features. The main characteristics of the databases are presented in Table1 . We extended to mixed feature databases the estimate of the Naive Bayes Estimator by discretizing the numeric features and the estimate of the Gaussian Kernel Estimator by substituting the Euclidean Metric with HEOM.... ..."

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### Table 3: Kernel Estiamtions versus CF-kernel Estimations

1996

"... In PAGE 15: ...5 Kernel Method versus CF-kernel Method In this section we compare the performance of the kernel method and the CF-kernel method (with uniform assumption as well as with normal assumption) in terms of their running times, memory requirements, ^ h AMISE, estimation di erences D( ^ f), D( ^ f), D( ^ P) and D( ^ P). From Table3 , we can see that for all four datasets: The kernel method runs much slower (more than 150 times) than the CF-kernel method does. The kernel method uses much more memory (20 times) than the CF-kernel method does.... ..."

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### Table 5: Estimates for the mixed response example

1994

"... In PAGE 20: ...From Table5 we can see that both methods giveapproximately the same estimates and e ciencies for all parameters, and the e ciencies are all reasonably large. Substantively weseethatboys do worse in English than girls and are more likely to be badly behaved.... ..."

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### Table 1. Mixed Effect Estimation for Final Offers

2006

"... In PAGE 11: ... JapSubij and JapCountij are dummy variables that take on the value 1 if subject j in session i was Japanese and had a Japanese counterpart, respectively. Table1 gives the results of the estimation for the treatment effects. Table 1.... ..."

### TABLE 5. Parameter estimates of the mixed density approximation.

2002

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