### Table 1. The different time levels with corresponding perceptual interpretation.

2005

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### Table 16 Change across time in impairment levels

"... In PAGE 73: ...he case for 89.7% of LC clients and 74.3% of NLC clients. 4.5 Comparisons pre and post budget freeze (Summer 2001) Table16 shows change across time in the percentage of home care clients with cogntive and functional impairments as well as changes in the hours of informal support provided. Impairments in cogntion (CPS), ADLs, IADLs, CHESS and MAPLe all show significant change (an increasing 63 ... ..."

### Table 3: Bottom-up construction times of 2D combinatorial pyramids. For each pyramid and level the time is given as the accumulated total construc- tion time up to this level and as the time for each level alone.

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"... In PAGE 33: ... Table 2 lists the 4 pairs of pyramids used in the experiments. Table3 and Table 4 list the bottom-up construction times for the 2D and 3D combinatorial pyramids. The times are given for the accumulated construction times up to each level and for each level alone.... ..."

### Table 4: Bottom-up construction times of 3D combinatorial pyramids. For each pyramid and level the time is given as the accumulated total construc- tion time up to this level and as the time for each level alone.

2006

"... In PAGE 33: ... Table 2 lists the 4 pairs of pyramids used in the experiments. Table 3 and Table4 list the bottom-up construction times for the 2D and 3D combinatorial pyramids. The times are given for the accumulated construction times up to each level and for each level alone.... ..."

### Table 2: Computing Times for Various Thinning Levels

"... In PAGE 3: ... If thinning is not active the structure of the particle output remains unchanged. Table2 shows the dependence of the computing time on quot;th for a vertical 1015 eV proton shower using QGSJET, EGS, and the standard CORSIKA parameters. Table 2: Computing Times for Various Thinning Levels... ..."

### Table 1 Phase-type distributions of the sojourn time in the levels for the system new Level Representation Order

2005

"... In PAGE 14: ...25, that is, after each repair the mean lifetime of the system decreases at 20% of the previous mean lifetime. In Table1 we define the phase-type distributions for the four degrading levels when the system is new and has not completed any internal repair. The system also undergoes external failures, that arrive to the four levels with rates given by k1 = 0.... ..."

### Table 2 Leveling Time Across Sever Types (Dependent Variable: Level Time Mean)

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"... In PAGE 31: ...han characters on PvE (M = 219.65, SE = .64) or RP servers (M = 211.74, SE = .84), ps lt; .001 ( Table2 ). In fact, perhaps the need to level is more salient on PvP servers than non-PvP servers and outweighs the difficulty of leveling: After all, it is only at Level 60 that the probability of being outmatched by an opponent of higher level is reduced to 0.... ..."

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### Table 2 Uniform re nement example 2D, timing, levels 5 to 11, 1 to 64 processors. time

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### Table 6: Estimation results for the market share equation of LNSHARE

"... In PAGE 11: ... 4. Empirical results for the market share equation Regression results for equation (6) are presented in Table6 . The determinants of market share that we consider are the interest rate offered (INT), the assets size of the bank (the dummy variable TOP8), the advertsing expenses (A) in the previous quarter(s) and the market share in the previous period.... In PAGE 12: ... This confirms our choice for the lag structure in Table 6. Observations can only be taken into consideration in the regression analysis of the first column of Table6 if they have a positive market share both in the current and in the previous quarter. This requirement implies that entrants in the current quarter are omitted from the analysis because they do not have a positive market share in the previous quarter.... In PAGE 13: ...han 0.001. Therefore, we assign entrants to have been quite small before they entered and we assign exiting firms to become quite small. In the last three columns of Table6 we present the results of the effects of including entrants and exiting firms on market share dynamics. The effect of interest and advertising are not accounted for as data are not available for firms that exit (interest rate) or enter (lagged advertising).... In PAGE 13: ... Therefore, the finding that market share dynamics have decreased after the August 1995 crisis is affirmed by also considering entry and exit. The last two columns of Table6 also show the results when next to incumbent firms only exiting firms or only entrants are incorporated. The effects are for both cases in between that for the base case with no entry and exit and the case of both entry and exit included.... In PAGE 24: ...2) Note: *,** and *** indicate significant at the 10%-, 5%- and 1%-significance level, respectively. The model is identical to the first column of Table6 with log(1+A(-1)+A(-2)) substituted by log(1+A), which is denoted by lag 0, log(1+A(-1)), denoted by lag 1, up till log(1+A(-4)), denoted by lag 4. For each of the regressions we require that data on A through A(-4) are available.... ..."

### Table 1. Uniform re nement example, timing, levels 6 to 9, 1 to 8 processors.

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"... In PAGE 6: ....1. Uniform Example. In the rst test we consider regular grids (uniform re nement). Table1 shows wall clock times for the solution of the equation system on a regular grid of di erent levels using di erent numbers of processors. We observe a scaling of a factor of 4 from one level to the next ner level which corresponds to the factor of 4 increase in the amount of unknowns on that level.... ..."

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