### Table 4.4: Weight-based clustering applied to all 2-way co-occurrence con gurations, with 3, 5, and 10 subject datasets. (First section): Performance on the 10 subject dataset, (Middle section) Performance on the 5 subject dataset, and (Bottom section) Performance on the 3 subject dataset.

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### Table I, lists the parent functions of the Taylor expansions used in the first section, Appendix II, lists the explicit derivatives for the first ten terms of such a Taylor expansion. Appendix I shows some sample surfaces for the Taylor expansions, for a given level of expected wealth W.

### Table 1: Summary of data described in Section 4. The first three rows contain the historical

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"... In PAGE 15: ... Using the approach described in Section 3.3, we calculated posterior model probabilities for the twelve model configurations (see Table1 ). We estimate the posterior probability of the global null hypothesis H0 to be 0.... ..."

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### Table 1. Characteristics of traces used in Section 4. The first 7 traces are taken from [16], the last from [5].

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"... In PAGE 5: ... The probe used an application-level lookup, and thus hosts must be running the Overnet system to be considered available in the trace. Table1 names and summarizes the properties of these traces. 4.... In PAGE 6: ... To validate whether A lt;k,n gt; time produces a better estima- tion of the necessary replication factor, we reimplemented the Total Recall simulator described in [7]. For a subset of traces from Table1 , we calculated the number of copies predicted by Equation 10 for a target availability of 0.99, the value used in [7].... ..."

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### Table 3. Mean SAT scores by First Treatment, Gender, Grade and Section Category

"... In PAGE 14: ... The Skills Assessment Test (SAT) compared several divisions of the population on several categories of questions. Table3 illustrates the mean of the students in the four divisions of the population. The results showed no significant difference in the total scores between the two treatment groups F (1,45) = .... ..."

### Table 1 Mean angular deviation of saccades to the onset as a function of saccade section (first or second part of the second) and target location.

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"... In PAGE 5: ... To examine the time course of the curvature the saccades were divided into two parts (each containing half the sample points) and the mean angular deviation relative to the onset location was examined for both parts of the saccades. See Table1 . An ANOVA was performed on the mean angular deviation relative to the onset location with side (the side of the target relative to the onset: negative/ anti-clockwise direction and positive/ clock- wise direction), angular distance (45C176 and 135C176) and section (first or second part of the saccade) as factors.... ..."

### Table 2: Cross sections for the elastic process ADD4 AX C2BPAW D4 in bins of CFADD4. The first error of the cross section is the statistical error and the second is the systematic uncertainty.

"... In PAGE 9: ... Recent calculations for elastic photoproduction of AQ mesons [27] suggest that, for C2BPAW photoproduction, they are small compared to experimental errors. 3 CFADD4 Dependence of C2BPAW Production The cross section for elastic photoproduction of C2BPAW mesons, as a function of CFADD4, is listed in Table2 and is shown in Figure 2a, together with previous H1 and ZEUS results [1,2]. The data show good agreement in the region of overlap.... In PAGE 14: ... In Figure 6 b), the measured cross section ARB4ADD4 AX A7B4BDCBB5D4B5 is shown together with the ZEUS measurement [34], which agrees well with our result. Recent pQCD calculations [14, 15] are 3We chose the solution corresponding to AO BP BF in Table2 of [13].... ..."

### Table III presents some results obtained for 3-section

### Table I The position after each element in .x; x0/ phase space throughout the last bend in the microtron and the first bending section for a particle with 1p=p D 1%.

### Table 1: Discipline-related sections of the ISIAt amp;mofsrience~. The year a section will first bs p+iblishedis in- dicated in the lefi margin. Section titles and disciplinary breakdowns are provisionaSfor later years,

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"... In PAGE 3: ... At the end of each year, we will publish com- prehensive indexes to each section. Table1 lists the subject areas that the 12 sections of the Atlas will cover. In order to give a logical structure to the Atlas, we de- cided to divide it by subject area rather than by the alphabetic order used in traditional reference works.... ..."