### Table 3: IV estimates of persistence (* includes daughters)

"... In PAGE 11: ...54. Table3 presents what I believe are the best current estimates of persistence coefficients for several different measures of status: (individual) hourly wage, (individual) earnings, (family) income, and (family) consumption. In each case the coefficients are estimated using instrumental variables, another technique for dealing with measurement error.... In PAGE 12: ... His instruments are average earnings and family income in similar demographic groups, and for the consumption regression income is also used.4 [Insert Table3 about here] Although the estimates in Table 3 vary quite a bit across status measures and across studies, several patterns are clear. First, the instrumental variables (IV) estimates for persistence in earnings and in the other status measures exceed those in Table 2.... In PAGE 12: ... His instruments are average earnings and family income in similar demographic groups, and for the consumption regression income is also used.4 [Insert Table 3 about here] Although the estimates in Table3 vary quite a bit across status measures and across studies, several patterns are clear. First, the instrumental variables (IV) estimates for persistence in earnings and in the other status measures exceed those in Table 2.... In PAGE 13: ...The estimates in Table3 suggest that persistence coefficients for various status measures are at least 0.... In PAGE 13: ... This work is interesting for several reasons. First, as an additional and entirely different source of information about persistence, it provides a check on the estimates in Table3 . If the children of immigrant families regress to the mean at the same rate as children of native born parents, then the persistence coefficients for ethnic groups should be the same as those for the PSID and NLS families.... In PAGE 16: ...ery high levels of persistence. The estimates, 0.64 and 0.61, are at the upper end of the range of coefficients for wage rates and earnings in Table3 . It is not surprising that persistence of economic status differentials would be as high in families of recent immigrants as in the whole population.... In PAGE 19: ... Since labor income is two or three times as large as nonlabor income, the persistence in earnings is itself a very large part of the persistence in income. Table3... ..."

### Table 2: Effects of selection bias and measurement error on measured persistence of earnings

"... In PAGE 10: ... All of the regressions have around 300 observations and all control for the age of the father and the age of the son. Table2 , which shows the persistence coefficients for a variety of regressions of son apos;s earnings on father apos;s earnings, clearly displays the effects of selection bias and measurement error. In the first column the sample is trimmed to include only sons who have at least twelve years of education, and the earnings of the fathers are measured in 1967.... In PAGE 10: ... The coefficient in the second column here is the average of Solon apos;s five single-year estimates, the one in the third column is the average of Solon apos;s four two-year estimates, and so on. [Insert Table2 about here] The effects of selection bias and measurement error are striking. It is clear how earlier studies could have arrived at low estimates of persistence.... In PAGE 11: ... Zimmerman regresses son apos;s earnings in 1981 on single-year measures of father apos;s earnings in 1965, 1966, 1968, and 1970, on two-year average earnings in 1965-66, 1966- 67, and 1968-69, etc. The coefficients reported in Table2 are the average of four estimates with single-year earnings, of three estimates with two-year average earnings, etc. Zimmerman finds the same pattern that Solon does, although his coefficients are somewhat higher.... In PAGE 38: ...Table 2: Effects of selection bias and measurement error on measured persistence of earnings (Solon 1992, p. 402 and Table2... ..."

### Table 2. Perimeter statistics for persistence index #28PI#29 data in Eurasia #28EA#29 and North

2002

"... In PAGE 18: ....V. values at high persistence levels in Eurasia indicate an aggregated pattern formed from a mixture of large and small patches. The total patch perimeter #28p t #29 values increase with persistence level, up to PI =4 in North America and 5 in Eurasia, and decrease thereafter #28 Table2 #29. The average perimeter #28 p#29 likewise increases up to PI = 5 and then decreases.... In PAGE 19: ... At low persistence levels #28PI #14 4#29, patches in North America are more elongated, while at higher persistence levels Eurasian patches show extended perimeters. The increase in perimeter lengths with persistence can also be seen in p max results #28 Table2 #29. The presence of longer perimeters mixed with smaller lengths is con#0Crmed by the C.... ..."

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### Table 5. Lorenz curve lengths #28L#29 for persistence index data in Eurasia #28EA#29 and North

2002

"... In PAGE 23: ...4. Variation in Index Values The Lorenz curve lengths #28L#29 for the aforementioned pattern indices are given in Table5 a. No crossing Lorenz curves were observed, which is the basic condition for comparison of these curves.... In PAGE 24: ... This is quanti#0Ced adequately by a max and p max , features of the largest patch#28es#29 in the data. The Lorenz curve lengths can also be evaluated for the coe#0Ecients of variation of the di#0Berent metrics #28 Table5 b#29.... ..."

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### Table 1 - Properties of Sample Communication Patterns

2007

"... In PAGE 21: ... The same is true for channels, with the caveat that the proper variants called reliable message queuing and persistent pubsub must be used. Thus, even autonomy considerations can not really conceptually distinguish between spaces and channels, as is summarized in Table1 . Using spaces where data is taken (i.... In PAGE 21: ...Table 1 - Properties of Sample Communication Patterns What is the Conceptual Difference? The last row of Table1 reveals one conceptual difference between spaces and a certain kind of pubsub channel: non- persistent pubsub delivers copies of messages to all qualifying subscribers at the time the message is published. When a qualifying subscriber is not ready to consume the message at that time, it looses the message.... ..."

### Table 2. Persistence levels

"... In PAGE 5: ... 2.4 Linking policy to metadata By merging traditional collection levels (Table 1) and collection level descriptions for digital resources which we call Persistence levels ( Table2 ) in the form of a matrix (Table 3), this can serve as a good starting point for developing a method of linking pol- icy to metadata (Calanag et al., 2001).... ..."

### Table 1: Persistence of M

"... In PAGE 3: ... De- noting the state of M i [t]by m i [t]wehave c[t]= hM 1 [t]=m 1 [t];;M 2 [t]=m 2 [t];;:::;;M n [t]=m n [t]i. From the independence assumption of the failure pro- cesses wehave: P(C[t 2 ]=c[t 2 ] j C[t 1 ]=c[t 1 ]) = P(M 1 [ t 2 ]=m 1 [t 2 ];;:::;;M n [t 2 ]=m n [t 2 ] j M 1 [t 1 ]=m 1 [t 1 ];;:::;;M n [t 1 ]=m n [t 1 ]) = 1 i n P(M i [t 2 ]=m i [t 2 ] j M i [t 1 ]=m i [t 1 ]) EachofP(M i [t 2 ]=m i [t 2 ] j M i [t 1 ]=m i [t 1 ]) can be computed as shown in Table1 . Thus, the failure pro- cesses of the individual components and an assump- tion about their independence gives us a model for the persistence of the system state.... In PAGE 6: ... The link between M A [t 1 ]andM A [t 2 ] represents the persistence of the state of the AND gate. We compute the distribution P(M A [t 2 ]jM A [t 1 ]) using Table1 . When using the ta- ble, weset A = 1 MTBF A = 1 100 and t 2 ; t 1 =20.... ..."

### Table 6 Querying persistence

"... In PAGE 14: ...160x 170x 180x 190x 1000 10000 100000 Elapsed time Theoretical elapsed time Figure 8 Add triple test (PDOM) 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000 60000 70000 80000 90000 100000 10 100 1000 10000 100000 File size Elapsed time Figure 9 Add triple test (JENA) Furthermore, we measured the time spent by RDFCore to retrieve a description from the repository and make it ready for manipulation by user (Table 5 and Figure 10 and Figure 11) and in querying a model for every triple it contains ( Table6 and Figure 12... ..."

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