### Table 5: Boolean Regression Functions

"... In PAGE 24: ...5 and independent of one another. Only the results for N = 100, are given and these are in Table5 . The regression function used and the values of ^ p are shown in this table along with the signi cance probabilities provided bytheK-optimal test.... ..."

### Table 5. Runtime for the automatically vectorized and optimized vectorial codes

"... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table 1. Runtime for the sequential and automatically vectorized codes Applying the vectorizing techniques mentioned above, the improvement achieved is signi cant, as shown in Table5 . Each stage of the algorithm was optimized as follows: 1.... ..."

### Table 2. The spectral (vectorial) version of SAR descriptors of Table 1.

in Introducing Spectral Structure Activity Relationship (S-SAR) Analysis. Application to Ecotoxicology

2007

"... In PAGE 7: ... Basically, Table 1 is reconsidered under the form of Table2 where, for completeness, the unity column has been added 1 .... In PAGE 10: ... This special feature of S-SAR will be illustrated later, in the application section. It is now clear that once expanded, observing its first column, the determinant (17) generates the searched full solution of the basic SAR problem of Table2 with minimization of errors included and independent of the orthogonalization order. Remarkably, apart from being conceptually new through considering the spectral (orthogonal) expansion of the input data space (of both activity and descriptors) through the system (16), the present method also has the computational advantage of being simpler than the classical standard way of treating SAR problem previously exposed.... ..."

### Table 1. Coefficients for the regression functions used to estimate

2002

"... In PAGE 4: ... parameters were retained as uncertain random variables. Table1 gives the values of the regression coefficients calcu- These are listed in Tables 2 and 3. Table 2 contains the sources lated based on a wide range of soils for cadmium and zinc.... In PAGE 4: ... However, where bn and bnpH are empirical coefficients. Taking estimated the amount of data usually available for heavy-metal balance regression coefficients from the literature ( Table1 ), here de- studies does not support such analyses. We estimated correla- noted as b i and b k, the total variance of the predicted Freun- tions between random variables for which we had obvious dlich coefficients, H92682 Y, is given by: indication that they were correlated, as shown in the last col- umn of Table 3.... ..."

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