### Table 3: The optimum coef cients found for the 4-3 scheme.

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### Table 2: The optimum coef cients found for the Catmull- Clark scheme.

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### Table 3: The optimum coef cients found for the 4-3 scheme.

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### Table 2.1: Contribution to the coef cient of variation (CV)

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### Table 2: Cost coef cients for plastic industry supply chain problem

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### Table 5: Lazy learning regressor average coef cients for meteorological variables.

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### Table 7.4: Mean Clustering Coef cient of the Networks

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### Table 3: NLLS Coe cient EstimatesExp-Spline Full-Spline

"... In PAGE 13: ... We will call this model Exp-Spline. The parameter estimates for Exp-Spline are given in Table3 , where we have used the same variables as in the model Spline as a starting point. The Spline model is calculated by OLS, and hence trivial to compute.... In PAGE 15: ...Wooldridge (1994), for example. Getting back to the empirical results, the coe cient estimates of (12) are provided in Table3 under the model called Full-Spline, and the conditional expectations are given in Figure 5. Like before, we used the variables found to be signi cant in (11) as a starting point for estimating the Full-Spline.... ..."

### Table 4: NLLS Coe cient EstimatesQexp-Spline Full-Spline

"... In PAGE 13: ... Consistency and asymptotic normality results can be found in Wooldridge (1992). The parameter estimates for Qexp-Spline are given in Table4 , where we have used the same variables as in the model Spline as a starting point.13 The Spline model is calculated by OLS, and hence trivial to compute.... In PAGE 15: ...and 2, consistency, asymptotic normality, and consistent estimates of the asymptotic variance matrix are obtained by the standard additional assumptions that can be found in Wooldridge (1994b), for example. Getting back to the empirical results, the coe cient estimates of (10) are provided in Table4 under the model called Full-Spline, partial e ects are outlined in Table 5, and plots of the conditional expectations are given in Figure 5. Like before, we used the variables found to be signi cant in (9) as a starting point for estimating the Full-Spline.... ..."