### TABLE 3. This table lists the value of constants that appear in Equation 21 for the rendering time of the splatting pipeline on the IBM Power Visualization System. The constants allow the specification of an upper bound on the time spent in each stage. Constant

### Table 2 Specifications of 4-machine state system with constant demand rate for Example 1

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"... In PAGE 17: ... Example 1 The first experiment is with four machine states and a constant demand rate. Table2 contains the data of this problem and the corresponding transition matrix of the four machine states is in Fig. 1.... ..."

### Table 3 Conjunctive conditions under which weights will be changed in Step 10 of Fig. 6, given perfor- mance measurements in the uth window: mu; fu, and NOu (number of oscillations) and application- specific constants a0;a1;b0;b1;d, and

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"... In PAGE 15: ...2), and appropriate decrease of w will greatly shorten the convergence time. Given the four convergence behaviors, Table3 shows a comprehensive list of conditions to change w for both continuous and discrete problems. Scaling factors 0 lt; a0; a1 lt; 1 represent how fast w is updated.... In PAGE 15: ... Weight w should be increased when we observe the third convergence be- havior. At this time, the trajectory is within a feasible region, and the objective is improved in successive windows (Condition a1 in Table3 ). Further, the improvement of the objective in the feasible region is not fast enough and is below an upper bound (Condition a2).... In PAGE 16: ... In addition, v2 P d and NO2 P 5. According to the conditions in Table3 , w is updated to 1=10. This change in w leads to significant reduction in the maximum violation in the third window.... ..."

### TABLE 1 Constant Mean and Fixed Coefficient Specification: OLS Estimates and Wald Breakpoint Test, 1926-96

### TABLE 1 Constant Mean and Fixed Coefficient Specification: OLS Estimates and Chow Breakpoint Test, 1926-96

### TABLE 3 Constant Mean and Time-Varying Coefficient Specification: Maximum Likelihood Estimates, 1926-96

### TABLE 4. Values of constants that appear in Equation 25 for the rendering time of the Z-buffer pipeline on the IBM Power Visualization System. The constants allow the specification of an upper bound on the time spent in each stage.

### TABLE 4. Values of constants that appear in Equation 23 for the rendering time of the Z-buffer pipeline on the IBM Power Visualization System. The constants allow the specification of an upper bound on the time spent in each stage.

### Table 6: Probability of dying in the low-tax regime as a function of potential tax saving: reform-specific regressions with a constant restriction based on the aggregate pattern of deaths.

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"... In PAGE 17: ... 16 results are shown in Table6 . For the logarithmic and relative specifications, the coefficients for 1942 are significant at a 1% level and the coefficients for 1934 are significant at 5% level.... In PAGE 17: ... In interpreting the constants of Table 7, one should also note that they reflect the probability of dying in the low-tax regime, which may be before or after the reform depending on whether the tax change was an increase or a decrease. 19 For most reforms and specifications, our restrictions cannot be rejected using the coefficient and standard error estimates from Table6 . For the logarithmic and relative specifications, at a 5% significance level one can only reject restrictions for 1924, 1935 and 1941.... ..."