### Table 1: Theory Predictions

2006

"... In PAGE 18: ... Finally, the measure Gap seeks to capture the key behavioral prediction of Proposition 3|that observable trading information leads to \herding quot; on the part of sellers following the flrst sale.15 Table1 presents the predictions of the theory model for each of these performance measures. The parameters chosen for each of the treatments were designed to generate large difierences in the performance measures.... ..."

### Table 1: Predictions of unrestricted theories

"... In PAGE 11: ... Seeking to maximise experimental control, the British group favoured a design which investigated the ratios WTAMG/EGMG and WTAGM/EGGM. Each of Hicksian theory, reference-dependent theory with the current endowment hypothesis, and reference-dependent theory with NLIB makes different predictions about these ratios (see Table1 ); and the design controls for tactical heuristics by using only incoming valuations. The main disadvantage of this design is that it cannot measure the extent of loss aversion in money independently of assumptions about the truth or falsity of NLIB.... ..."

### Table 1: Predictions of our Theory

"... In PAGE 17: ... In other words, our model predicts a political business cycle in in#0Dation but not in employment. Our theory also predicts that the variances of in#0Dation and employment are unre- lated to the status of the central bank; see Table1 for the analytical details. As regards the variance of employment this is consistent with the cumulative empirical evidence; see e.... ..."

### Table 4: Modified Inviscid Oblique Shock Theory Predictions for Incident Shock Locations

"... In PAGE 5: ...) The movement of the sidewall shock impingements may also have structural implications due to the localized high heating in the impingement region. Table4 presents the sidewall shock impingement locations for contraction ratios of 3, 5, and 9 based on inviscid modified oblique shock theory. Leading-Edge Sweep Angle.... ..."

### Table 3). Thus, the predictions of the instance theory are con-

1988

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### Table 3. Results of Gleaner, Aleph theory, and baseline all-positive prediction on LLL challenge task without co- reference.

"... In PAGE 14: ... Table3 . Comparison of generalisation performances of the mbl classifier predicting class trigrams, and each of the prob- abilistic methods.... In PAGE 14: ... A slight modification of the Viterbi algorithm is used to determine the opti- mal path through the state machine given the input sequence. The fourth column of Table3 shows the performance of memm applied to the med and genia tasks. On both tasks, memm is outperformed by the mbl classifier.... In PAGE 14: ... As aresult,crfs tend to be less biased towards states with few successor states than cmmsandmemms. On both sample tasks, crf attains the highest scores of all three probabilistic methods tested; the last column in Table3 shows the scores. Compared with mbl, crf performs considerably worse on med, but this order is reversed on genia,wherecrf attains the best score.... In PAGE 41: ... F 5. 14,0 82,7 24,0 14,0 93,1 24,4 Table3 . Results on the test set with and without coreferences Gr.... In PAGE 41: ... 51,8 16,8 25,4 6. 55,6 53,0 54,3 Table 2 presents the results as obtained on the test data with coreferences while Table3 presents the results as obtained on the union of the test data with, and without coreferences. As shown by Table 2, the F-measure of Group 5 on the basic and linguistically enriched data set is not significantly different, as it is the case in Table 1.... In PAGE 48: ... Table3 . Slight modi cations of the dictionaries and data sets.... In PAGE 48: ... In addition, we altered some entries in the dictionary to deal with these problems. In general, in the re ned dictionary, canonical forms did not have blanks or symbols (see Table3 ). We added two names (lacZ and orf10), because they occurred in the corpus, but not in the dictionary.... In PAGE 55: ...8% (8/54) 17.5% Table3 . Evaluation results of our three submissions.... In PAGE 78: ... 4Semantically, this is indeed the correct result. Table3 . Results on the test data with coreferences using the clause sets 1, 2 and 5 from Table 1 Clause set No.... In PAGE 78: ... Thus, for testing and training on data with coreferences5 we ex- pected better results with semantic chains compared to syntactic chains. However, even in this case syn- tactic chains outperform semantic chains, as shown in Table3 . This can be explained partly by the fact that many coreferences were appositions which the parser could extract.... ..."

### Table 3. Metric Theories and Their PPN Parameter Values ( 3 = i = 0 for all cases)

1984

"... In PAGE 44: ....6.3 Constancy of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant Most theories of gravity that violate SEP predict that the locally measured New- tonian gravitational constant may vary with time as the universe evolves. For the scalar-tensor theories listed in Table3 , the predictions for _ G=G can be written in terms of time derivatives of the asymptotic scalar eld. Where G does change with cosmic evolution, its rate of variation should be of the order of the expansion rate of the universe, i.... ..."

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### Table 3. Metric Theories and Their PPN Parameter Values ( 3 = i = 0 for all cases)

1984

"... In PAGE 44: ....6.3 Constancy of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant Most theories of gravity that violate SEP predict that the locally measured New- tonian gravitational constant may vary with time as the universe evolves. For the scalar-tensor theories listed in Table3 , the predictions for _ G=G can be written in terms of time derivatives of the asymptotic scalar eld. Where G does change with cosmic evolution, its rate of variation should be of the order of the expansion rate of the universe, i.... ..."

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### Table 3. Metric Theories and Their PPN Parameter Values #28#0B

1984

"... In PAGE 44: ....6.3 Constancy of the Newtonian Gravitational Constant Most theories of gravity that violate SEP predict that the locally measured New- tonian gravitational constantmayvary with time as the universe evolves. For the scalar-tensor theories listed in Table3 , the predictions for _ G=G can be written in terms of time derivatives of the asymptotic scalar #0Celd. Where G does change with cosmic evolution, its rate of variation should be of the order of the expansion rate of the universe, i.... ..."

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