### Table 3: Here are given some estimates of the ground state level in cylindrical coor- dinates (s = (x2 1+x2 2)1=2; z = x3) restricted to an interval (0; smax) (?zmax; zmax). The purpose is simply to illustrate the method. Note that the approximate eigen- values are upper estimates of 1 and monotonically decreasing functions of the size of the basis. The computation has been performed with B-splines of order 2 and support of size 2 h, which corresponds to a grid with constant step h and matrices of size O(h?2) O(h?2) with only O(h?2) nonzero elements. No special information on the shape of the exact solution has been injected into the code. The choice of smax and zmax has been made after observing the results contained in Table 2.

"... In PAGE 10: ... In order to compare 1- and 2-dimensional computations, we have also used our algorithm in cylindrical coordinates to compute an approximation for the ground state energy of the hydrogenic atom T h89+. Table3 below contains the results of these numerical computations.... ..."

### Table 1: Measures on the intersection example The results of the experimentation are given in table 1. In this domain and the domains presented in [Tor95], the e ects of language biases appeared as very extreme. [Tor95] suggest some strategy to exploit this observation.

### Table 4 Classification of software inspection methods (adapted from Siy 1996, p. 18)

1999

### Table 5: Compute time in CPU seconds objects atts AODE NB TAN LBR J48

2002

"... In PAGE 5: ... 6.2 Relative Compute Time Table5 presents the total compute time of each algorithm by data set. These times are the total time to run Weka to complete the cross-validation task and hence include data input as well as learning and classification.... ..."

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### Table 5: Demographic Information

2002

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 4 - List of Websites Reviewed ....................................................................................... 18 Table5 : Demographic Information.... ..."

### TABLE 4. ELASTICITY ESTIMATES FOR OO amp; RO DU MODELS OODU Price RODU Rent/Month

### Table 4. Contingency tables: or vs. attractor, a a a N C N C

1995

"... In PAGE 4: ... Predicting Dynamics We are interested in the degree to which knowing or gives information about the attractor governing the dynamics. Table4 gives the contingency tables relating the dependent variable, a, and the independent variables, and . (The tables are computed for the 256 rules, rather than for the 88 equivalence classes, to weight class multiplicity properly.... In PAGE 5: ... The results vindicate this choice, as chaoticity does not vary monotonically with . Uncertainties and uncertainty reductions are evaluated from the frequencies given in Table4 as follows. H(a) = ? X p(ai) log2 p(ai) H( ) = ? X p( j) log2 p( j) H(a; ) = ? X X p(ai; j) log2 p(ai; j) H(aj ) = H(a; ) ? H( ) Similar equations give H( ), H(a, ), and H(aj ).... ..."

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### Table 2. Configuration of water exchanges on F14-R watercourse Endogenous variable: probability that the household pair traded at least once

"... In PAGE 13: ... All this analysis shows is that there exists at least one configuration of clusters that outperforms the pure exchange model. The model of bilateral exchange with clusters explains water exchanges better than the pure bilateral exchange model in the Fordwah 14-R watercourse as well ( Table2 ).10 These results suggest that clusters play an important role in sustaining mutual insurance and that the community is not the appropriate group for examining the performance of mutual insurance.... ..."

### Table 15: Poverty and Inequality Group Weights Welfare Theil P0 P1 P2 P0*

"... In PAGE 47: ... The second (P0*) corresponds to the computation of the poverty rate under the standard assumption of a lognormal distribution of the within-group income, with endogenous mean and fixed variance. Table15 gives a static image of the differences between the two measures. At the aggregated level, P0* underestimates the poverty rate, but the results differ according to groups.... ..."

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