### TABLE II Probabilistic prediction of symbols on path until next update

### Table 9: Performance of probabilistic, predictive, and omniscient resynchronization policies at A = for the extreme scenario, when is changed to 10?2.

"... In PAGE 21: ...1, predictive policies always perform at least as well as their aggressive and conservative counterparts). Table9 , which compares the effectiveness of the predictive policies with probabilistic and omniscient policies3 for the case when = 10?2, corroborates our expectation.... ..."

### Table 1: Comparison of observed possibility disjunctions with both possibilistic and probabilistic predictions *Guarantee that the difference between the model and the data is negligible.

### Table 3: Summary of the dimensions of five data sets chosen to evaluate the probabilistic rank predictive density estimators.

### Table 11: Exemplary data for observations, point predictions and probabilistic predictions The resulting values for the two rules over aggregation levels and over measures for the method M(Y,P) are depicted in table 12.

### Table 2. Real Data Set - Wisconsin Prognostic Breast Cancer Database. Probabilistic prediction bit score error results and \right/wrong quot; predictive accuracy results using 10-fold cross-validation ( ).

### Table 5: Comparison of observed conjunctions with both possibilistic and probabilistic predictions, based on the results of Experiment 2. *Guarantee that the difference between the model and the data is negligible. ** This correlation is stronger than the others, but when the possibilistic model was computed on the restricted subset of cases where the data did not lead to rejection of the probabilistic model, the correlation was comparable (r(76) = .921; p lt;.0005). ** quot;undetermined effect quot;: negligibility cannot be claimed.

"... In PAGE 16: ... However, we can test whether satisficing conjunction fits the Experiment 2 data. As Table5 shows, both the probabilistic and possibilistic models of satisficing conjunction fit the data of Experiment II, but as in Experiment III, the possibilistic model was better because only the difference between the data and the probabilistic model was significant. If we test the probabilistic model without the cases that led the predicted disjunction to inconsistent values, the difference is even more striking (mean difference = 5.... ..."

### Table 1. Predicted anotations for images at stages 7-8. The numbers are probabilistic confidence scores.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Based on the best feature selected, our second experiment is to evaluate our automatic anotation system using about 500 images for 463 genes extracted from the DBGP gene expresion patern database. Here we include only partial results ( Table1 ). The predicted anotations are presented in terms of the probability confidence score so that the users are able to quickly locate the most confident predic- tion results.... ..."

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