### Table X. Cache Miss Results for Powerstone Data Caches Conf. A Conf. A Conf. B Conf. B Conf. C Conf. C

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### Table XII. Cache Miss Results for Powerstone Instruction Caches Conf. A Conf. A Conf. B Conf. B Conf. C Conf. C

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### Table III: Reliability statistics of hip components and hip subsystem. MTTF Median TTF 95% conf. 75% conf. 25%. conf. 5% conf.

### Table 2. Hypothetical crosstabulation of expos by conf for year i, if p(expos = 1 | conf = 1) = p(expos = 1 | conf = 0)

2004

"... In PAGE 15: ...conf = 0 among the total couples without the exposure (column 2); both proportions are 25/55. The original sample will resemble Table 1, the weighted sample will resemble Table2 . This is accomplished by weighting each couple with the inverse of the conditional probability of expos status given conf status.... In PAGE 15: ... Weighted crosstabulation of expos by conf for year i (1) (2) (3) expos = 1 Child has attended school expos = 0 Child has not attended school Total (1) conf = 1 Couple lives near a school 60 60 120 (2) conf = 0 Couple does not live near a school 50 50 100 (3) Total 110 110 220 Note that in Table 3, the representation of couples with conf = 0 among the couples with the exposure is equal to the representation of couples with conf = 0 among the couples without the exposure; both proportions are 50/110=25/55. The only difference between Table2 and 3 is that all cell sizes in Table 3 are double those in Table 2. In practice, weights are assigned as the ratio of the probability of expos... In PAGE 15: ... Weighted crosstabulation of expos by conf for year i (1) (2) (3) expos = 1 Child has attended school expos = 0 Child has not attended school Total (1) conf = 1 Couple lives near a school 60 60 120 (2) conf = 0 Couple does not live near a school 50 50 100 (3) Total 110 110 220 Note that in Table 3, the representation of couples with conf = 0 among the couples with the exposure is equal to the representation of couples with conf = 0 among the couples without the exposure; both proportions are 50/110=25/55. The only difference between Table 2 and 3 is that all cell sizes in Table 3 are double those in Table2 . In practice, weights are assigned as the ratio of the probability of expos... ..."

### Table 9: European Calls, S

2002

"... In PAGE 19: ... The other parameter setting are the same as the case of partial average Asian call options. The numerical results (based on 50,000 independent replications) in Table9 (BS indicates the true Black-Scholes price) indicate that indirect estimation via put-call parity can e ectively reduce the estimation variance in pricing in-the-money call options. When combined with importance sampling, we obtain tremendous variance reduction, nearly ve orders of magnitude in the best case of our simulation experimental testbed.... ..."

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### Table 2. Standard or Hyperlink Citations Conf

### TABLE VIII prev conf AUXILIARY FUNCTION

### TABLE III: The number of required movements to reach the goal with sensor degradations Degradation Conf. 1 Conf. 5

1975

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### Table 8 Project ID Most Likely Min Max MinConf MaxConf Actual Effort

"... In PAGE 8: ...ere the relative improvement is respectively by 2.7% and 9.0%. We could also create a fictitious project as in section 5.2, using data in Table8 . In this case, however, the input data is rather peculiar, because the errors in the estimates balance almost perfectly, and the error made by simply adding together the Most Likely estimates is 1.... ..."