### Table 1: Prior distribution for the parameters of the DSGE models. S.E. denotes standard error. The parameter appears only in the portfolio adjustment cost model M2. For the Inverse Gamma ( ; s) priors we report the parameters and s. For = 2 the standard error is in nite.

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"... In PAGE 25: ... Under these priors, the marginal data density of M2 can reach the magnitude of the VAR(4) data density. Throughout the remainder of this section we only report numerical results for the prior summarized in Table1 . The prior variance on and is consistent with training sample evidence and capital share values and steady state interest rates... ..."

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### Table 3: Prior and posterior model probabilities. Laplace Approx. is the Laplace approximation of ln p(YT jMi) given in Equation (37), Harmonic Mean refers to the simulation based approximation of ln p(YT jMi). M1 is the standard cash-in- advance model and M2 is the portfolio adjustment cost model. For the VARs, the harmonic mean approximations are based on 8,000 draws from the posterior parameter distribution. For the DSGE models it is based on 80,000 draws. In the latter case the estimated approximation error is about 0.5 (in log-units).

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"... In PAGE 23: ...ersistence in in ation. The estimated adjustment cost parameter for M2 is 63.84, somewhat larger than the value suggested by Christiano and Eichenbaum (1992b). Prior and posterior model probabilities are summarized in Table3 . We assigned... In PAGE 24: ... For the two DSGE models Expres- sion (36) does not have a closed form solution. Two approximations are reported in Table3 . The Laplace approximation is of the form ~ p(Y T jY Mi) = (2 )di=2j~ (i)j1=2p(Y T jY ; ~ (i); Mi)p(~ (i)jY ; Mi); (37) where ~ (i) is the posterior-estimator of (i), di the dimension of (i), and ~ (i) is the inverse Hessian evaluated at the posterior mode: ~ i = quot; @2 @ i@ 0 i ln p(Y T jY ; i; Mi)p( ijY ; Mi) # 1 (i)=~ (i) : (38) The approximation error is small if ln[p(Y j (i); Mi)p( (i)jMi)] is well approximated by quadratic function of (i).... ..."

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### Table 1: A classi cation of user interface speci cation nota- tionss with respect to status and event.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Where possible, wehave included references to work that speci cally relate to the speci cation of interactivesys- tems or user interfaces. There are a couple of important points to makeinref- erence to Table1 . We can ask about the compositionality provided byany speci cation approach.... In PAGE 3: ...The last entry in Table1 refers to the new model of speci cation that we will present in the next section. This classi cation of previous approaches points quite clearly to the absence of any one approach that treats both status and event information symmetrically.... ..."

### Table 1 - Extended usage-centered design notation for activity modeling

"... In PAGE 7: ... The objective is a simple notation that expresses clear distinctions where needed with minimal additions. The notation for activity modeling summarized in Table1 adds to the established notation already used in usage-centered design four new symbols for activities, actions, artifacts, and non-actor participants. It is important to keep in mind that these models are being introduced to maximize utility and efficiency in representing activity context for interaction design purposes rather than for software engineering.... In PAGE 9: ... competing activities involving shared resources in common with proximate activities 4. adjacent activities in the same setting but otherwise unrelated to proximate activities Activities are represented in an Activity Map by the block shape shown in Table1 . A line or arrow connecting one activity to another represents a relationship.... In PAGE 13: ... In this context, actions refer to goal-directed interactions among actors or players and between them and artifacts other than the system of reference. Actions are represented by a distinct symbol (the barred ellipse seen in Table1 ), a variation of the symbol already generally used to represent task cases. The Task Map, a model used to represent the interrelationships among task cases in usage- centered design, can be extended to incorporate activities and actions.... ..."

### Table VII. Model Fitting Results for the CBCL Aggression as Reported by the Teacher

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### Table 2: Normalized Synchrony Results with Standard Error.

"... In PAGE 13: ... We broke our results into three categories: those correlations computed only between neurons in the deafferented region, those computed between neurons in the normal range and those in the deafferented range, and those computed only between neurons in the normal region. The results can be seen in Figure 4 and Table2 . In all cases, synchrony was higher for the im- paired model with changes than for the other models.... ..."

### TABLE 4. SELECTED FREEWAY SIMULATION MODELS: REAL-LIFE APPLICATION EXPERIENCES STATE MODEL APPLICATION ORGANIZATION(S) YEAR

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### Table 1. PaP support specification and selection.

"... In PAGE 4: ...6 Play Configuration Specification A play configuration specification is represented as a corresponding set of XML clauses, the head of which identify components of the play, while the body of which describe the configuration restrictions. As summarized by Table1 and Figure 6, support specification and selection in a PaP system is modelled as an XDD description, the meaning of which yields a list of possible configurations of the system, stating which node could play which role. 5 Example: TeleSchool Application This section demonstrates the proposed mechanisms for support specification and selection by means of TeleSchool application example.... ..."

### Table 4: Half-Life of Top k Search Results Type Top

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"... In PAGE 7: ...5. The observed and predicted half-lives for each search en- gine is presented in Table4 . For top 100 results, the pre- dicted half-lives for both interfaces lie close to each other.... ..."

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