### Table 1. Default workload parameters.

"... In PAGE 9: ... As a result, the value of BW will be large. The default parameter values for the two cases are given in Table1 . Note that with the default parameters, we keep the total database size constant, the studied database has... ..."

### Table 2 Default workload parameters.

"... In PAGE 18: ... As a result, the value of a36 will be large. The default parameter values for the two cases are given in Table2 . Note that with the default parameters, we keep the total database size constant, the studied database has a size of 2 GB for both case I and II.... ..."

### Table 3: Default values of the data sets

2004

"... In PAGE 53: ...8 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Percentage of Objects in each Cluster Cluster Figure 60: An example distribution for the number of objects in each cluster. The average number of objects in each cluster is 2500 or 1% of the total number of objects when using the default values shown in Table3 . The distance objects are from the seeds of the clusters follows the same distribution can be apart in the data set.... ..."

### Table 1: Besl and Jain apos;s segmenter parameters and values. Underlined values are the optimal values for our data set. An asterisk denotes the default value for each parameter. We trained with threshold values of 51%, 60%, 70%, 80% and 90%. There was a total of 40 regions in five images.

"... In PAGE 6: ...LIST OF TABLES Table1... In PAGE 27: ... Each time the number of correct detections was increased by optimizing a parameter value, the amount of change is less than that of the previous parameter. Table1 is a list of all the parameters we trained and the values we chose for them. First, we varied the value of the RMS surface fit error threshold, which is sensitive to the degree of noise in the image and ranked highest in importance relative to performance.... ..."

### Table 1 Default Rates, Recovery Rates and Losses

2003

"... In PAGE 9: ... The default rate is the par value of defaulting bonds divided by the total amount outstanding, measured at face values. Table1 shows default rate data from 1982-2001, as well as the weighted average annual recovery rates (our dependent variable) and the default loss rate (last column). Note that the average annual recovery is 41.... ..."

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### Table 2. Default parameter values.

1996

"... In PAGE 15: ... How results are influenced by non-uniform data distributions. Unless otherwise stated, we use the parameter values listed in Table2 . The low value of data page capacity, c = 2, is used to obtain, for a given number of points, N, the maximum number of index and data pages.... In PAGE 16: ... This is important in order to understand, among other things, when a static organization should be reorganized in front of changes to data volume. Figure 17 shows only the behavior of HCAM, but similar results have been obtained also with other static meth- ods, as well as for other values of the parameters listed in Table2 . The figure plots the ratio, RHCAM(q)=Ropt(q), of HCAM response time, for square queries of size 0:02 0:02, to the optimal response time quot;, which is defined as: Ropt(q) = L Xl=1 n pagesl(q) M (1) In the above definition, L is the number of levels of MX-GF, excluding the root (which is cached in memory) and including data pages, and n pagesl(q) is the total number of pages retrieved by query q at level l.... ..."

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### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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### Table 1: Posterior distribution of k for the 3 data sets based on a mixture model with random and default parameter values.

1994

"... In PAGE 10: ... In all the runs, the number of components never exceeded 24, hence the chosen value of kmax was inconsequential. Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 18: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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1994

"... In PAGE 10: ...Enzyme data : R = 2:86, = 1:45, = 0:122, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 1:22, = 1 Acidity data : R = 4:18, = 5:02, = 0:057, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 0:573, = 1 Galaxy data : R = 25:11, = 21:73, = 0:0016, = 2, g = 0:2, h = 0:016, = 1 Estimated posterior probabilities are given in Table1 . In each of the data sets, it is immediately apparent that there are a number of competing explanations of the data which are tenable.... In PAGE 16: ... Similar plots were obtained for the other data sets. Proportions of accepted `split or combine apos; moves vary between 8% and 14% ( Table1 ). For dimension changing moves, these proportions are satisfactory and show that our proposal based on adjacency is sensible.... ..."

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