### Table 9: Minority Percentages, step function This table shows the impact of s, the minority percentage, on the price dif- ference between type I and type II neighborhoods. The precentage intervals represent the breakpoints of the step functions used to model the relation the minority percentage and the average list price per neighborhood. I II III

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"... In PAGE 16: ... With a positive second order term, the impact is less than linear. Table9 presents the results when we use a piecewise constant specification rather than a polynomial. We find that the negative impact on the trend term is especially relevant when the percentage of Turkish and Moroccan immigrants increases from below 10 to above 10 percent.... In PAGE 37: ...Table9 , continued I II III Other results Results before the murder Constant 11.6154 11.... ..."

### Table 1: Ethereal and Internet media capability dif- ferences.

### TABLE 2 Mean difference scores for groups used in Experiment 2

### Table 2. An EBNF like grammar for SLICx. The comment column summarizes dif- ferences to SLIC.

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### Table 3: Example 3 - Well test interpretation of nite dif- ference simulations

### Table 2 shows a statistical analysis to determine whether the dif- ferences in MSE between the Mixture model and each of the other

"... In PAGE 41: ... The SVM performance was appalling and is not shown here; it did much worse than the constant model, because it is aiming for the conditional median rather the conditional expectation, which are very di erent for this kind of data. Table2 . Statistical Comparison Between Different Learning Models and the Mixture Model.... ..."

### Table 1: Percentage of wrongly set pixels in the direct and trigonometric dif- ference image, when the camera rotates (rotation angle) and records a static scene.

"... In PAGE 11: ... So they t only for small rotation and changes in zoom. Table1 shows the percentage of wrongly set pixels in the di erence image, when the camera rotates and records a static scene. Figure 3 visualizes the results of Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Representation and Reasoning of UPPAAL and HSTS. DBM stands for Dif- ference Bounded Matrices and CDD stands for Clock Di erence Diagrams.

"... In PAGE 6: ... On the other hand, the representation and reasoning techniques for their components are di erent. Table1... ..."

### Tables 6.13(a) and 6.13(b) show the dif_ference of the wire power consumption before and after re-ordering and subsequent spacing. Note that the values do not directly ref_lect the ef_fect of spacing but rather the dif_ference between spacing with the one order and spacing with the best order:

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