### TABLE 1 Local Network Positions

2005

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### Table 6 Most Influential terrorism publications

2005

"... In PAGE 7: ....2. Influential terrorism publications The Appendix lists the most influential publication for each researcher which is based on the number of times cited in the ISI Web of Science. Table6 lists the 12 most influential publications because they were cited more than twenty-five times in ISI databases. 1.... ..."

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### TABLE IV. -- FIVE MOST INFLUENTIAL INDEPENDENT RANDOM

1992

### Table 2. Influential publications from other countries

"... In PAGE 9: ... Table2 summarises this data. In the case of most US texts it is generally observed that these are read in Spanish language translations, generally published in Mexico.... ..."

### Table 1 Range of variation and resolution of the parameters selected for the network search (see the model equations for notation)

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ... The parameters that were most influential in the network search were the synaptic weight (Wji) and the synaptic latency (Dj). The synaptic weight could be positive (excitatory neuron) or negative (inhibitory neuron) and the maximum percentage of inhibitory neurons was 20% ( Table1 ) [3,6]. The search space for all the parameters specified in Table 1 had 10122 possible configurations.... In PAGE 4: ... The synaptic weight could be positive (excitatory neuron) or negative (inhibitory neuron) and the maximum percentage of inhibitory neurons was 20% (Table 1) [3,6]. The search space for all the parameters specified in Table1 had 10122 possible configurations. Each ARTICLE IN PRESS two zero.... In PAGE 5: ... To estimate the computational cost for these larger networks, we launched 2,000 simula- tions with a 5 neuron network (direct connections between N1 and N2 were not allowed). The configuration of physiological and topological parameters for each simula- tion was randomly arranged (with the ranges given in Table1 ), but the network always had 20% of inhibitory neurons. The averaged computation time necessary to collect 2,000 spikes in N2 with these networks was about 294 s (with a standard deviation of 172 s).... In PAGE 5: ... This was done using a simple real-valued scheme: combinations of values for the selected parameters were arranged as a vector of real numbers. The topology of the network did not change during the evolution (this would introduce big non- linearities in the search process), and only the parameters of Table1 were encoded. According to the proposed scheme, the operators read and updated the networks at the level of a single parameter (this means reading or writing a single value at a time).... ..."

### Table 7. Influential parameters identified by first order sensitivity analysis

"... In PAGE 6: ... Chamber experiments used to estimate mechanism parameters for 2-butoxy ethanol and n-butyl acetate 19 Table 6. Chamber experiments used to estimate radical source parameters for the DTC chamber at the time of the 2-butoxy ethanol and n- butyl acetate experiments 21 Table7 . Influential parameters identified by first order sensitivity analysis 30 Table 8.... In PAGE 36: ... The sensitivity coefficients were combined with uncertainty estimates for each of the parameters according to the standard propagation of errors formula. Based on the first-order analysis, the 38 parameters shown below in Table7... In PAGE 37: ...mong these influential parameters, the solvent parameters are treated as outputs, i.e., they are the parameters that are to be estimated. The other potential influential parameters identified in Table7 are treated as random input variables with lognormal distributions for the reaction rate constants and chamber-derived aromatics parameters, and normal distributions for the initial concentrations. Several uncertain input variables are influential for both the radical source parameters and the butyl acetate or butoxy ethanol parameters (Table 7).... In PAGE 37: ... The other potential influential parameters identified in Table 7 are treated as random input variables with lognormal distributions for the reaction rate constants and chamber-derived aromatics parameters, and normal distributions for the initial concentrations. Several uncertain input variables are influential for both the radical source parameters and the butyl acetate or butoxy ethanol parameters ( Table7 ). The relationship found between these input variables and the radical source parameters must be maintained in estimating the parameters for the solvents.... In PAGE 39: ... Table7 . (Cont apos;d.... In PAGE 40: ...out at about the same time . Likewise, the initial concentrations listed in Table7 are assumed to have systematic uncertainties.... In PAGE 43: ... The input random variables considered were those identified by Wang et al. (1999) as influential for predicting ozone concentrations in the chamber characterization runs and are listed in Table7 . The optimal radical source parameters and associated uncertainties for the individual experiments are shown in Table 10.... In PAGE 45: ... The only influential parameter in the 2-butoxy ethanol mechanism found by the first-order analysis was the nitrate yield, pN. With the random variables listed in Table7 and the objective function given in eqn. 6, the optimal value of pN for 2-butoxy ethanol was calculated to be 0.... In PAGE 46: ... Std. Reg. Coef. = Standardized Regression Coefficient UC = uncertainty contribution, calculated as the square of the standardized regression coefficient. Table 12 shows the optimal values for the butyl acetate mechanism parameters calculated using the random variables identified in Table7 . Three sets of estimates are given.... ..."

### Table 4. Influential variables from one-way sensitivity analysisa

2002

"... In PAGE 6: ...approximately 3.5 mo) compared with PAKT and a gain of 1.2 QALY compared with SPKT. Sensitivity Analyses One-way sensitivity analyses identified several influential vari- ables ( Table4 ). The threshold value indicates that point at which there is a change in the preferred treatment strategy.... ..."

### Table 2. Influential parameters identified by first order sensitivity analysis

"... In PAGE 14: ... The sensitivity coefficients were combined with uncertainty estimates for each of the parameters according to the standard propagation of errors formula. Based on the first-order analysis, the 38 parameters shown in Table2 account for more than 95% of the uncertainty in the simulated O3 concentrations for all of the incremental reactivity experiments used in this study. Table 2.... In PAGE 15: ...mong these influential parameters, the solvent parameters are treated as outputs, i.e., they are the parameters to be estimated. The other parameters identified in Table2 are treated as random input variables with lognormal distributions for the reaction rate constants and chamber- derived aromatics parameters, and normal distributions for the initial concentrations. Several uncertain input variables are influential for both the radical source parameters and the n-butyl acetate or 2-butoxy ethanol parameters (Table 2).... In PAGE 15: ... The other parameters identified in Table 2 are treated as random input variables with lognormal distributions for the reaction rate constants and chamber- derived aromatics parameters, and normal distributions for the initial concentrations. Several uncertain input variables are influential for both the radical source parameters and the n-butyl acetate or 2-butoxy ethanol parameters ( Table2 ). The relationship found between these input variables and the radical source parameters must be maintained in estimating the parameters for the solvents.... In PAGE 18: ... The only influential chamber- derived parameter in the 2-butoxy ethanol mechanism is the nitrate yield, pN. With the random variables listed in Table2 , the optimal value of pN for 2-butoxy ethanol... ..."

### Table 5: Articles Describing the Relationship between Influential Factors and Inspection Effort

2000

"... In PAGE 36: ... Here again, other factors, such as reading technique, may influence inspection effort. According to the life-cycle structure of our survey, Table5 presents the articles in which the rela-... ..."

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### Table 1. Performance of the network in positioning the correct incremental tree.

2001

"... In PAGE 9: ... Hence, the performance measure of our approach to parse decisions is based on the rank position assigned to the correct tree in each forest F i. A synthesis of results on the 2,416 test sentences is reported in Table1 . Each time the parser tries to attach a word, it must select a connection path (actually an incremental tree) out of a certain number that can range from 1 (unique selection) to 2542.... ..."

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