### Table 1 compares di erent estimates of DRC and VaR, rst using the empirical method (\Empirical quot;), then obtained by tting a normal distribution (\Normal quot;) and nally by using extreme value theory (\POT quot;).

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table1 : Di erent estimates of VaR and DRC. As is obvious from Figure 5 and Table 1, estimation of the quantile by means of extreme value theory results in a much larger risk estimate as for the empirical and normal method.... In PAGE 7: ...Table 1: Di erent estimates of VaR and DRC. As is obvious from Figure 5 and Table1 , estimation of the quantile by means of extreme value theory results in a much larger risk estimate as for the empirical and normal method. The corresponding tail- t of the generalised Pareto distribution is shown in Figure 6.... ..."

### Table 3.1) using extreme value theory (Kyriacou, 2001) and experimentation with various ARMA/GARCH specifications, it was decided to fit the following ARMA (1,0) model with GARCH (1,1) error structure to index returns individually, viz.

2002

### Table 1: California earthquake data

"... In PAGE 1: ... Extreme value theory plays an important methodological role within the above. 1 Introduction Consider the time series in Table1 of loss{ratios (yearly data) for earthquake insur- ance in California from 1971 till 1993. The data are taken from Ja e and Russell... ..."

### Table 2: Extreme value function

2004

"... In PAGE 6: ... For a mathematical description of the distribution functions for interarrival time or packet size we need to find a func- tion of similar shape and fit it to the empirical data. As Borella has identified the extreme value distribution (see Table2 ) to fit best for Quake traffic, we also choose this function for better comparison. Similar functions like shifted Lognormal or shifted Weibull lead to acceptable fits as well.... ..."

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### Table 1. Theories of Capital

"... In PAGE 2: ... I call Marx apos;s theory of capital the classical theory of capital . Subsequent theoretical modifications and refinements have retained the basic elements of capital in the classical theory, as represented in Table1 . Fundamentally, capital remains a surplus value and represents an investment with expected returns .... ..."

### Table 4: Precision (%) for best and extreme values for w.

2006

"... In PAGE 10: ... We therefore cannot evaluate the performance of the artist similarity scores. The results of the movement tagging experiment are given in Table4 and Figure 3. Although in the painter-movement experiment the number of categories (77) is much larger than in the first one (14), the performance of PAT and especially DOC is still good for smaller values of w.... ..."

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### Table 3. Extreme value distribution parameters.

"... In PAGE 31: ... One-dimensional marginal parameters and two-dimensional dependence structures are estimated as before. The results are shown in Table3 , and Figures 8 and 9. The trivariate dependence structure is shown in two ways.... ..."

### Table 1: Extreme values of the influencing parameters.

### Table 12. Measure on theories

"... In PAGE 114: ... In our example, the function|given the accepted restriction on average weight|reaches maximum at (($1; $2) = (0:585; 0:615). Table12 gives the values of on total theories, and on theories in C +|recall that a measure of a theory is simple a sum of the measures of all the total theories above the given theory.... ..."