### Table 2. SDs of smoothed density in modeled nuclei compared to SDs in 500 randomizations of each model

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...moothed densities from 1.3 NPC/mm2 to 26.7 NPC/ mm2. All nuclei showed similarly irregular distribu- tions with at least a fourfold range of smoothed den- sities ( Table2 ). Thus, NPCs are not evenly distributed Figure 4.... In PAGE 10: ... The placement of NPCs was randomized in each of the models 500 times as described in the MATERIALS AND METHODS, and the SD of the smoothed density for each randomization was compared with the SD derived from the real data. Table2 lists the percent of randomly generated data sets that had an SD greater than the SD of the real data set. Each of these percents estimates the probability that the actual data are equivalent to a sample from a random distribution, or in other words, the percentage is a measure of the statistical significance of nonrandomness of NPC dis- tribution for each nucleus.... In PAGE 10: ... Only 3 nuclei showed no evidence of being more irregular than a random distribution (SDrandom . SDreal, 30%, 66%, and 99%, see Table2 ). The degree of nonrandom- ness is most striking for mitotic and late anaphase nuclei, wherein the 500 randomizations for each of 9 of 14 nuclei in these classes did not produce any single randomized model with an SD greater than that of the actual data.... ..."

### Table 1: Common loss functions and corresponding density models

1998

"... In PAGE 6: ... this particular cost function that matters ultimately. Table1 contains an overview over some common density models and the corresponding loss functions as defined by (37). The only requirement we will impose on c(x,y, f(x)) in the following is that for fixed x and y we have convexity in f(x).... ..."

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### Table 1 Common loss functions and corresponding density models

"... In PAGE 13: ... this particular cost function that matters ultimately. Table1 contains an overview over some common density models and the corresponding loss functions as de ned by (35), whereas gure 2 contains graphs of the corresponding functions. The only requirement we will impose on c in the following is that for xed xi and yi we have convexity in f(xi).... ..."

### Table 1: Common loss functions and corresponding density models

"... In PAGE 6: ... this particular cost function that matters ultimately. Table1 contains an overview over some common density models and the corresponding loss functions as defined by (37). The only requirement we will impose on c(x,y,f(x)) in the following is that for fixed x and y we have convexity in f(x).... ..."

### Table 1. Common loss functions and corresponding density models

2002

"... In PAGE 6: ... this particular cost function that matters ultimately. Table1 contains an overview over some common density models and the corresponding loss functions as defined by (37). The only requirement we will impose on c(x, y, f (x)) in the following is that for fixed x and y we have convexity in f (x).... In PAGE 7: ...4. Examples Let us consider the examples of Table1 . We will show explicitly for two examples how (43) can be further simplified to bring it into a form that is practically useful.... ..."

### Table 1. Common loss functions and corresponding density models

2002

"... In PAGE 6: ... this particular cost function that matters ultimately. Table1 contains an overview over some common density models and the corresponding loss functions as defined by (37). The only requirement we will impose on c(x, y, f (x)) in the following is that for fixed x and y we have convexity in f (x).... In PAGE 7: ...4. Examples Let us consider the examples of Table1 . We will show explicitly for two examples how (43) can be further simplified to bring it into a form that is practically useful.... ..."

### Table 3: Optimized Heater Power Densities for Model Problem Reactor

1995

"... In PAGE 17: ... These may be three different processing temperatures that occur along a process path. The optimum zone power densities for the three different target temperatures are shown in Table3 . The temperature variation across the wafer increases with increasing wafer temperature and heater power.... ..."

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### Table 3. Parameters of the Iris Data Joint Density Model

1998

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### Table 3. Parameters of the Iris Data Joint Density Model

1998

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### Table 3. Parameters of the Iris Data Joint Density Model

1998

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