### Table 1: Robustness measure: stability radii

2000

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### Table 4 Cointegration of the robust measures of skewness and scale with actual inflation (mean)

"... In PAGE 17: ... 6.3 Using robust measures: inflation affecting relative prices As shown in Table4 , using the robust measure dskew(125) reveals a clear positive cointegration relationship between asymmetry and inflation. Each percentage point of additional (monthly) inflation tends to increase dskew(125) by 1.... In PAGE 19: ... The complex nature of the link between inflation and relative price variability was already put forward in Fischer (1981). Using the robust measure of scale IQR, we do indeed find a strong positive cointegration relation between inflation and the dispersion of relative prices (see Table4 ). The estimated impact of aggregate inflation on the dispersion of relative prices is again substantial, as a monthly inflation rate of 0.... ..."

### TABLE I ENERGY AND ROBUSTNESS MEASURES FOR ALTERNATIVE ROUTING CONFIGURATIONS

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### Table 3.2: Comparison of Robustness Measures for Both Approaches

### Table 1: Directly measured robustness failure rates.

1999

"... In PAGE 6: ...1. Normalized failure rates Table1 reports directly measured robustness failure rates. In order to avoid problems stemming from differ- ent numbers of functions and test cases, a normalized failure rate metric is reported in the last column of Table 1.... In PAGE 6: ....1. Normalized failure rates Table 1 reports directly measured robustness failure rates. In order to avoid problems stemming from differ- ent numbers of functions and test cases, a normalized failure rate metric is reported in the last column of Table1 . This failure rate is the arithmetic mean of indi- vidual failure rates for each function across all func- tions tested for a particular RTI/OS combination [15].... ..."

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### Table 7. Robustness I - Alternative Measures

"... In PAGE 17: ...4. Robustness Table7 explores the robustness of our results to alternative definitions of trade credit dependence and alternative measures of growth. In models I and II we use APAY/TL (accounts payable scaled by total liabilities) as a measure of trade credit dependence, and find that this alternative definition does not affect our results.... ..."

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### Table 1: IRLOC vs. LANCELOT: measuring robustness.

2005

"... In PAGE 14: ...1 we used a maximum of 100 iterations. The comparison is given in Table1 . In this table, we report the essential quantities that are necessary to compare the robustness of both methods.... In PAGE 14: ... Therefore, the obtained point is an accurate approximate solution of the problem but the required precision on the Lagrange condition was not achieved possibly because of the effect of bad scaling on floating point calculations. Table1 shows that, surprisingly, Algorithm 3.1 is, at least, as robust as LANCELOT in the set of problems considered.... ..."

### Table 1: IRLOC vs. LANCELOT: measuring robustness.

2005

"... In PAGE 14: ...1 we used a maximum of 100 iterations. The comparison is given in Table1 . In this table, we report the essential quantities that are necessary to compare the robustness of both methods.... In PAGE 14: ... Therefore, the obtained point is an accurate approximate solution of the problem but the required precision on the Lagrange condition was not achieved possibly because of the effect of bad scaling on floating point calculations. Table1 shows that, surprisingly, Algorithm 3.1 is, at least, as robust as LANCELOT in the set of problems considered.... ..."

### Table 5. Determinants of Development: Robustness to Alternative Measures of Geography

2002

"... In PAGE 13: ...38 when the legal origin dummies are included.6 In Table5 we check whether our particular choice of measure for geography (distance from the equator) influences our results. We successively substitute in our baseline specification a number of measures of geography used in the literature.... ..."

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### Table 1 Unit root tests for classical and robust measures of location, scale and skewness (augmented Dickey-Fuller test statistic)

"... In PAGE 8: ... The interested reader is referred to other papers in this field for a deeper analysis.10 As the ADF tests reported in Table1 fail to reject the null hypothesis of a unit root, both time series contain a stochastic trend. The smoothed curves in Graph 3 seem to confirm this conclusion.... In PAGE 13: ... As for scale, the time series properties of the robust measures of skewness are fundamentally different from those of the classical ones. As the ADF tests in Table1 indicate, the null hypothesis of a unit root in the classical measures was rejected at the 99% significance level. Moreover, the constant term in the test equation was not different from zero at the conventional significance levels for skew(class).... In PAGE 17: ...18 As such, the long-term behaviour of the chronic right skewness measured by dskew(125) seems to be an integral part of the inflationary process itself. Also for dskew(250), the Johansen cointegration test reveals the existence of a positive cointegration relation with inflation, notwithstanding the fact that the ADF test reported in Table1 suggests that dskew(250) is stationary.19 This measure of asymmetry tends to increase by 0.... ..."