### Table 3. Amplification of vacuum fluctuations in the inflationary and pre-big bang scenario.

### Table 1. Actions, Branes and Solutions

2004

"... In PAGE 5: ...1 Actions, Branes and Solutions. The syntax given in Table1 defines actions and solutions. The set of actions will be denoted by A.... ..."

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### Table 8 Spearman Rank Order Correlations of Wage Changes Across Years, by Type of Inflationary Episode

"... In PAGE 27: ... To investigate whether such bellwether jobs are likely to exist, we look for evidence of serial correlation in wage changes within and between types of inflationary episodes. Table8 presents the results. The top panel focuses on the three periods of stable inflation during our sample time frame.... ..."

### TABLE 3 Correlation Coefficients between Parameters of the Policy Reaction Function and the Real and Inflationary Effects of Monetary Policy Parameters of the

### Table 1: Preprocessing time and search time (seconds) at PC. The data is Transmem- brane.

2000

"... In PAGE 13: ...We now verify the effect of introducing subsequence automata. Table1 shows the preprocess time, and search time for each search method, where mode is changed from 0 to 10. We can see that the preprocessing time increases with the mode, as we expected, since the total size of the automata increases.... In PAGE 13: ... In order to see the most preferable value of mode at which the total running time is minimized, refer to Fig. 4 (a), (b), and (c) that illustrates Table1 . The total running time, that is the sum of preprocessing and search time, is minimized at mode = 3 for exhaustive search (a).... ..."

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### Table 2. true values and posterior inferences for the mem- brane polarization parameters of the simulated data.

"... In PAGE 11: ... Posterior sampling for ( ; ) was accomplished via a component-wise random scan random walk Metropolis within Gibbs step with independent Gaussian proposals having standard deviation 0:30, yielding acceptance ratios between 20 and 60 percent. Table2 shows the inferences for the frailty parameters and table 3 displays the posterior inferences for the parameters associated to the sta- tistically signi cant pair-wise connections. The tables show that the true values of the parameters ( ; ) lie well within their 95% posterior intervals and that the posterior means are remarkably close to their respective true values.... ..."

### Table 6. true values and posterior inferences of the mem- brane polarization parameters for the simulated data with spike sorting errors.

### Table 1. Basic pair intersections (d12jp1;p2) in D =11. The table indicates the possible values of d12 for each pair p1 and p2. The 2- and 5-branes are discussed in Section 2, the nature of 1-, 6- and 9-branes in Section 4.

1997

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table1 . In this table we have left out intersec- tions of the form (pjp; p), where the two intersecting branes overlap completely.... In PAGE 4: ... 4. The 1-, 6- and 9-brane In Table1 we nd the pairs (4-7) as a subset. Now we must discuss the nature of the branes of extension 1; 6 and 9.... In PAGE 5: ... Recently we have extended our results on M2- and M5-branes [8] to include also the wave (13) and the monopole (14) [12]. Interestingly, the intersections of pairs of waves and monopoles with M2andM5, and with themselves, are precisely as given in Table1 . This, and the results on multiple intersections [8], gives us some con dence that supersymmetry may indeed be used to predict the allowed con gurations of intersecting branes.... ..."