### Table 36: Mean of bootstrap sample correlation, asymptotic correlation and sample mean of asymptotic correlation of b and b

1996

"... In PAGE 24: ... Tables 33, 34 and 35 in the Appendix give the complete results of simulations for all combinations of and n. Table36 gives three di erent estimates of correlation between b and b . The rst column is the mean of the bootstrap sample correlations between b and b .... ..."

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### TABLE III MEAN OF BOOTSTRAP REPLICATIONS AND 95% CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR EIGENVALUES OF R BASED ON DATASET2002.

### TABLE IV MEAN OF BOOTSTRAP REPLICATIONS AND 95% CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR EIGENVALUES OF R BASED ON DATASET2004.

### TABLE V MEAN OF BOOTSTRAP REPLICATIONS AND 95% CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR FACTOR LOADINGS BASED ON DATASET2002.

### TABLE VI MEAN OF BOOTSTRAP REPLICATIONS AND 95% CONFIDENCE INTERVALS FOR FACTOR LOADINGS BASED ON DATASET2004.

### Table 4: Hypothesis tests of pooling restrictions. Critical values are estimated by means of the wild bootstrap.

### Table 1: Aymptotic Variance of the Sample Mean and Model Based Bootstrap Estimate Under an AR(1) Assumption

1998

"... In PAGE 7: ... Note that when 6 = 0; ^ VMB is not only not e cient, but fails to be robust, and in fact ^ VMB does not tend to V as n ! 1. Table1 gives the values of V and plim ^ VMB =: ~ V for various values of and , as well as the ratio of the two. We see that for xed , as increases the MB bootstrap performs worse, while for xed the MB bootstrap performs worse as increases.... In PAGE 8: ..., .2, .5, .8, and two di erent choices of B = the number of bootstrap replications. The target values, V are given in the rst four rows of Table1 . The optimal choice of block length, b, for the MF method are for n = 200; b = 4; 8; and 18, for = :2; :5; :8, and for n = 1000; b = 6; 14; 31.... ..."

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### Table 3 Bootstrapped standard errors

"... In PAGE 8: ... The standard deviations of the resulting distributions of the parame- ters are the approximate standard errors of the param- eters [9,10]. In Table3 the bootstrapped standard er- rors are given along with the mean of the bootstrapped distribution of the parameter. Note that only standard errors of four parameters are given.... ..."

### Table 4. Bootstrap Analysis of Overall Rank by Mean Performance Across Problems and Metrics

2006

"... In PAGE 6: ... This bootstrap sampling is repeated 1000 times, yielding 1000 poten- tially di erent rankings of the learning methods. Table4 shows the frequency that each method ranks 1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc. The 0.... ..."

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