### Table I Parameters for the various lattices (working points corresponding to largest acceptance)

### TABLE 1.1. Number of Points and Their Corresponding Run Time

### Table 2: Sacrifice ratios by sector Sector Sacrifice ratio Sacrifice ratio

"... In PAGE 20: ... Under this measure, the persistence in equipment and software investment would be around two quarters. A more interesting measure of the effect of monetary policy across different sectors is the sacrifice ratio, reported in Table2 . The ratios were computed using the point estimates and represent a measure of the output loss resulting from the monetary policy shock for each sector as a fraction of its baseline level.... In PAGE 20: ... The normalized impulse responses for the different sectors are reported in Figure 7. We observe in Table2 that the two sectors with the largest sacrifice ratio are residential investment and durables consumption. This is not surprising considering that residential investment is only 4.... ..."

### Table 8.3: The list of variations used in the measurement of systematic uncertainties corresponding to the points in the bins of the systematic plots. The rst point in each bin corresponds to the nominal value, the second point corresponds to raising the cut on ET, the third point corresponds to lowering the cut on ET, and so on.

2006

### Table 2: Prediction of the position of corresponding points

1997

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### Table 2: Prediction of the position of corresponding points

1997

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### Table 7.1: Mean distance between corresponding points. Correspondence method Mean E2 (mm)

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### Table 1. Join point model and corresponding programming language

### Table 6: An example of points and corresponding linear features which induce a local minima in the error function.

1998

"... In PAGE 27: ... Gradient descent techniques can fail by returning a local minimum. Table6 shows a set of points and linear feature parameters which induce a local minimum of the error function. The error... ..."

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