### Table 2: The performance of various regression techniques

"... In PAGE 3: ...Table 2: The performance of various regression techniques Table2 shows the results for the 3 classes of regression algorithms we tested. Our first observation is that even simple linear regression outperforms our 2 level model by 4%.... ..."

### Table 3: Comparison of main regression techniques for modeling urban development

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### TABLE III COMPUTATION OF QUEUE LENGTH USING REGRESSION TECHNIQUE Rate of

### Table 2: Exponential Regression of Single Technique Effectiveness

"... In PAGE 7: ...8 1.0 Resources Effectiveness Functional Testing Structural Testing Code Reading Figure 2: Single Technique Effectiveness on Ntree To validate the Exponentially Diminishing Model, an ex- ponential regression was performed against this effectiveness data, the results of which are given in Table2 . This non- linear least squares regression was performed in the R sta- tistical environment [13].... ..."

### Table 1. Regression techniques for families of aggregation operators Operator Approximation method General aggregation operator - Commutative

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### Table 11: The most effective regression technique(s) for each combination of dimension (indicated by p), number of explanatory variables, and underlying func- tional relationship.

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### Table 11: The most effective regression technique(s) for each combination of dimension (indicated by p), number of explanatory variables, and underlying func- tional relationship.

### Table 9: The key to associate regression techniques with lines on the graphs in Figure 2. This table is laid out in blocks, similar to the graphs in the figure. Each block in the table lists the regression techniques associated with the lines of the corresponding graph for the case of small sample size.

1997

"... In PAGE 23: ... Again, to simplify the graph labels, the MISE has been multiplied by 10,000. Table9 provides a key for associating regression techniques with the lines on the graphs in Figure 2: the regression techniques are ordered in the table for each graph according to their position when sample size is small. For example, the graph lines in the middle graph of Figure 2, from better to worse MISE (i.... ..."

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### Table 10: The key to associate regression techniques with lines on the graphs in Figure 3. This table is laid out in blocks, similar to the graphs in the figure. Each block in the table lists the regression techniques associated with the lines of the corresponding graph for the case of small sample size.

1997

"... In PAGE 23: ... As before, all MISE values are multiplied by 10,000. Table10 provides a key for associating regression techniques with the lines on the graphs in Figure 3: the regression techniques are ordered in the table for each graph according to their position when sample size is small. For example, the graphs lines in the top left of Figure 3, from better to worse MISE (i.... ..."

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### Table 9: The key to associate regression techniques with lines on the graphs in Figure 2. This table is laid out in blocks, similar to the graphs in the figure. Each block in the table lists the regression techniques associated with the lines of the corresponding graph for the case of small sample size.

"... In PAGE 21: ... Again, to simplify the graph labels, the MISE has been multiplied by 10,000. Table9 provides a key for associating regression techniques with the lines on the graphs in Figure 2: the regression techniques are ordered in the table for each graph according to their position when sample size is small. For example, the graph lines in the middle graph of Figure 2, from better to worse MISE (i.... ..."