### Table 1. A list of selected studies, their living things effects and control of three potentially confounding variables. Study Living effect Concept familiarity

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2006

"... In PAGE 24: ... In fact, when examining experiments reporting category effects in neurologically intact people, a rather clear picture emerges that seems to support this possible explanation. In Table1 is a list of experiments, their effects and some potentially confounding variables that were and were not controlled. Despite this apparently revealing list, it was shown in Report I of this thesis that this lack of nuisance variable control may not be the only cause of a living things disadvantage.... ..."

### Table 3: Potential effectiveness of one-hop source routing. Source routing can help recover from 66% of all failures on paths to servers, but fewer on paths to broad- band hosts. Last-hop failures tend to confound recovery, while core failures are more recoverable.

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... Note that this definition of recoverable provides an upper bound, since in practice an implemen- tation is not likely to try such a large number of interme- diaries when attempting to route around a failure. The results of this experiment, shown in Table3 , in- dicate that 66% of all failures to servers are potentially recoverable through at least one intermediary. A smaller fraction (39%) of broadband failures are potentially re- coverable.... ..."

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### Table 3: Potential effectiveness of one-hop source routing. Source routing can help recover from 66% of all failures on paths to servers, but fewer on paths to broad- band hosts. Last-hop failures tend to confound recovery, while core failures are more recoverable.

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... Note that this definition of recoverable provides an upper bound, since in practice an implemen- tation is not likely to try such a large number of interme- diaries when attempting to route around a failure. The results of this experiment, shown in Table3 , in- dicate that 66% of all failures to servers are potentially recoverable through at least one intermediary. A smaller fraction (39%) of broadband failures are potentially re- coverable.... ..."

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### Table 3: Potential effectiveness of one-hop source routing. Source routing can help recover from 66% of all failures on paths to servers, but fewer on paths to broad- band hosts. Last-hop failures tend to confound recovery, while core failures are more recoverable.

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... Note that this definition of recoverable provides an upper bound, since in practice an implemen- tation is not likely to try such a large number of interme- diaries when attempting to route around a failure. The results of this experiment, shown in Table3 , in- dicate that 66% of all failures to servers are potentially recoverable through at least one intermediary. A smaller fraction (39%) of broadband failures are potentially re- coverable.... ..."

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### Table 12: Estimable Effects for

"... In PAGE 34: ... For case 6.3 with fo = E, ss = AE+, we obtain the lists of estimable main effects and two- factor interactions in Table12 .... ..."

### Table 4. Baseline Characteristics and In-Hospital Outcome of Patients With Preoperative Atrial Fibrillation (Excluding Cox-Maze Patients) Compared to Sinus Rhythm Patients

"... In PAGE 6: ... The three-year six-year survival were, respectively, 93% and 79% for with permanent AF compared with 97% and 91% those with paroxysmal or persistent AF (Fig 5). Analysis order to eliminate the potential confounding effect of ablation of AF, we excluded 90 AF patients who the Cox-maze operation from this analysis Table4 ). Again the findings, shown on Table 5, were with the previous comparison.... ..."

### Table 1. Potential confounds that may arise when atempting to measure discount rates in laboratory studies.

2006

"... In PAGE 4: ... Many factors may confound the analysis in such studies, leading numerous researchers to expres skepticism about the conclusions generated by laboratory studies. Table1 provides a summary of such critiques. Discount functions may also be infered from field behavior, such as consumption, savings, aset alocation, and voluntary adoption of forced-savings technologies (Angeletos et al.... ..."

### Table 2: Block-Factor Confounding for 6 Factors in 8 Blocks of Size 8

"... In PAGE 6: ... Therefore the block*factor interactions, which require 7 degrees of freedom to estimate, must be confounded with seven other effects. These effects, as determined from the above aliasing structure, are provided in Table2 below. Table 2: Block-Factor Confounding for 6 Factors in 8 Blocks of Size 8 ... ..."

### Table 4-3 shows the results from using the Greedy triangulation and three different grid resolutions. The most obvious result is surprising. The resolution of the grid did not noticeably improve the accuracy of the registration. The total RMSE actually increased slightly. We attribute this effect to computational problems associated with approximating over the long, narrow triangles which sometimes result from the Greedy triangulation. Another interesting observation is with respect to the gridding effect. It is quite evident if the grid is not dense enough as shown in Table 4-4. The transformed image will appear even less smooth than a standard piecewise linear model over triangles. This can further underscore the presence of nonlinear distortions in the image. It also suggests that the need for diagnostic procedures to identify the appropriate resolution of the grid as opposed to trial-and-error using varying grid sizes. Regardless, it is apparent that the Greedy triangulation may not be well-suited for rapidly varying distortions such as those which on occasion confound the registration of airborne imagery. The potential for missing surface variations appears to be a problem. Table 4-5 lists the RMSEs using all of the ground control points.

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"... In PAGE 30: ... RMSE for 83 control points and 27 check points for polynomials or orders one to ten. Table4 -1 shows the RMSE for the control points. Higher order polynomials result in a lower RMSE, but not necessarily a better distortion model.... In PAGE 30: ... Higher order polynomials result in a lower RMSE, but not necessarily a better distortion model. This is not merely conjecture as shown by Table4 -2. The excursions which characterize polynomials are minimal with low order polynomials, but increase in magnitude as the polynomial order increases.... In PAGE 31: ...0 0.299 1.554 1.582 Table4 -1: Polynomial registration. 83 control points Polynomial RMSE -- Check Points Degree x y total 1 22.... In PAGE 31: ...0 10.323 68.148 68.925 Table4 -2: Polynomial registration. 27 check points.... In PAGE 32: ... Table4 -3: Finite element.... In PAGE 32: ...139 1.177 Table4... In PAGE 33: ....236 0.992 1.019 Table4 -5: Finite element.... In PAGE 33: ....681 1.787 5.010 Table4 -6: Finite element Delaunay triangulation. 83 control points and 27 check points.... In PAGE 33: ... An unexpected outcome from the gridding process is its potential usefulness for distortion diagnostics. The gridding effect, see Table4 -7, is highly local and given a large RMSE, indicative of the need to collect additional control points for linear piecewise warping. Table 4-8 lists the RMSEs using all of the ground control points.... In PAGE 33: ... The gridding effect, see Table 4-7, is highly local and given a large RMSE, indicative of the need to collect additional control points for linear piecewise warping. Table4 -8 lists the RMSEs using all of the ground control points. Finite Element RMSE -- Grid Points Grid x ytotal 30x30 1.... In PAGE 33: ....165 0.721 0.740 Table4... In PAGE 34: ....135 0.628 0.643 Table4 -8: Finite Element.... In PAGE 34: ...222 2.773 Table4 -9: Multiquadric method.... In PAGE 35: ...089 2.806 Table4 -10: MQ (no polynomial precision), MQ (linear precision) and TPS (linear precision by default). 83 control points and 27 check points.... ..."

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### TABLE 15. CVT Reaction Bottleneck of R1 in SES and ESP Approximations at 298 K

1999

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