### Table 4: The leading order effective parton density of the photon a3 a28

1998

"... In PAGE 16: ... 6.2 Discussion of the Extracted Effective Parton Density The extracted effective parton density is given in Table4 and shown in Figures 7, 8, and 9. The measurement uncertainties are everywhere domininated by the systematic errors.... ..."

### Table 1: Effects of Heuristics on Aver- age Lead Time

"... In PAGE 4: ... 4.2 Effects of Heuristics Table1 shows the effects of heuristics (using depth 25 and width 10), which are used at the terminal state of a look- ahead. The simple heuristic computes the average time to completely process each remaining part, assuming that there are no other parts in the system.... ..."

### Table 1 has very little effect on the age results. Similarly, adding the lags and leads had little effect on the age results. Since the specification with the lags added is quite

1991

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### TABLE 7. ICE SHAPE LOCATION (LEADING-EDGE) EFFECT FOR NACA 23012 (Re = 10.5x106, M = 0.12, k/c = 4.44%)

2003

### Table 1. The partitioning of the VLC codes of AC coefficients into groups and classes. Name of No. of symbols Class / Leading Code length Bypassed Effective address

### Table 6 Analysis of Variance Results: Effect of Model, Variance, Complexity andNumber of Lead-ins

1998

"... In PAGE 22: ...5.1 SPOT-REG Results - Net Profit Table6 shows the objective values for all models, along with the difference (degradation) from the optimal value, and the total weekly revenue ($9,500,310), cost ($3,180,000) and net profit ($6,320,310) associated with the Base schedule. -----------------------------Table 6 About Here ----------------------------- The objective values of the net profit models progressively degrade as the models become more restrictive.... In PAGE 22: ...1 SPOT-REG Results - Net Profit Table 6 shows the objective values for all models, along with the difference (degradation) from the optimal value, and the total weekly revenue ($9,500,310), cost ($3,180,000) and net profit ($6,320,310) associated with the Base schedule. ----------------------------- Table6 About Here ----------------------------- The objective values of the net profit models progressively degrade as the models become more restrictive. The optimal SPOT-REG net profit solution in Case 1 (with a profit of $6,448,263) only scheduled 4 of the best shows at 9:00 p.... In PAGE 23: ... The optimal objective function value of 23.14 (in Table6 ) represents the cumulative AHP score associated with show-time combinations selected in the optimal schedule shown in Figure 8. Cases 2 and 3 yielded solutions for which the objective values were near-optimal (see Table 6).... In PAGE 23: ...14 (in Table 6) represents the cumulative AHP score associated with show-time combinations selected in the optimal schedule shown in Figure 8. Cases 2 and 3 yielded solutions for which the objective values were near-optimal (see Table6 ). However, similar to the 17 As it is not possible in this type of application to have a validation sample, the predicted profit levels based on... ..."

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### Table 6.4 shows that effects of using MMS as a channel addition leads to stronger ties between

### Table 3 Estimated Standardized Risks (SRs), Standard Errors (SEs) and 95% Confidence/Credible Intervals (CIs) for the effects of Lead exposure on Academic problem response within the Medicaid and non-Medicaid populations.

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ... The standard population used in these calculations was the entire sample. Results are presented in Figure 1 and Table3 to illustrate the dose response relationship between lead levels and academic problems in kindergarten and differences between the Medicaid status popula- tions. Estimates of SARs were calculated by taking differences of the standardized risk estimates.... ..."

### Table 1. Types of frames that, when divergent, can lead to conflict (Gray 2003). Type of Frame Possible effects of frame

in Geography

2006

"... In PAGE 8: ... A Starting Place: How the Kaw Stakeholders Might Begin Social Learning 71 From Theory to Practice: Social Learning about Atipa 73 Using Citizen Science to Create Valid, Participative Research 74 Conclusion. Social Learning: A Path to Partnership 75 Bibliography 82 List of Tables Table1 . Types of frames that, when divergent, can lead to conflict 3 Table 2.... In PAGE 11: ... Therefore, discrepancies in any one of the aspects of framing can promote conflict. Table1 shows a typology of such frames. Table 1.... ..."