### Table 14 Specifications and constants

### Table 1. The constant terms used in our ILP formulation. These are either architecture specific or program specific. Constant Definition

"... In PAGE 4: ... It is used in this paper for determining the data block to memory bank mapping and data block replications accross the memory banks. Table1 gives the constant terms used in our ILP formulation. Our objective is to replicate the data blocks to minimize the overall energy consumption; i.... ..."

### Table II. Comparison of corpus modeling and graph-based algorithms. Model-specific constants and parameters have been omitted for clarity.

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### Table 2A: Determinants of Identity Wars (Alternative Specification)

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"... In PAGE 12: ...12 We now use logit regression analysis to determine whether those wars that are in some sense apos;about apos; identity have different causes from those with other discourses such as ideology. As a benchmark, we replicate the results from Collier and Hoeffler (2002a) in Table2 , column 1. We find that we can clearly distinguish between war and peace countries: countries with certain characteristics were on average more or less likely to experience a civil war than others.... In PAGE 13: ... Table 3A uses data from Licklider (1995) and Table 4A uses data from the State Failure Project (1998). In Table2 A we show that the result is also robust to changing the specification of the regression: here we use income per capita rather than secondary school enrolment rates and the results are similar. The last two columns of Table 2 are limited the to war observations, i.... In PAGE 13: ... In Table 2A we show that the result is also robust to changing the specification of the regression: here we use income per capita rather than secondary school enrolment rates and the results are similar. The last two columns of Table2 are limited the to war observations, i.e.... In PAGE 13: ...pseudo R2) is quite respectable at around 0.35. Four sets of variables are significant or approaching significance. --- Table2 about here --- In order to examine the primary commodity results in more detail, we include a dummy for oil exporting countries (column 4). The coefficient is close to being significant and is ... In PAGE 13: ... --- Table 2 about here --- In order to examine the primary commodity results in more detail, we include a dummy for oil exporting countries (column 4). The coefficient is close to being significant and is significant in the alternative specification (see Table2... In PAGE 14: ... Wars are more likely to be secessionist the smaller the proportion of the male population that has secondary education (column 5). Although secondary education is fairly closely correlated with per capita income, if the regression is repeated with per capita income instead of secondary education as an explanatory variable, per capita income is completely insignificant (see Table2 A). Thus, it appears that it is education rather than income that is important.... In PAGE 32: ...32 Table2 : Determinants of Identity Wars (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Dependent Variable War Start Identity War Ideology War War Type War Type Male Secondary -0.032 -0.... ..."

### Table 1. Examples for the ring-specific constants (or numerical approximation) in Algorithm 2.19 DESCENTR for Z and several imaginary quadratic maximal orders with class number 1 and 2.

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### Table 4A: Determinants of Identity Wars (State Failure Project Data)

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"... In PAGE 13: ... In the Appendix we show that the same result is reached using the two alternative specifications of secessionist wars. Table 3A uses data from Licklider (1995) and Table4 A uses data from the State Failure Project (1998). In Table 2A we show that the result is also robust to changing the specification of the regression: here we use income per capita rather than secondary school enrolment rates and the results are similar.... ..."

### Table 2: Determinants of Identity Wars

2002

"... In PAGE 12: ...12 We now use logit regression analysis to determine whether those wars that are in some sense apos;about apos; identity have different causes from those with other discourses such as ideology. As a benchmark, we replicate the results from Collier and Hoeffler (2002a) in Table2 , column 1. We find that we can clearly distinguish between war and peace countries: countries with certain characteristics were on average more or less likely to experience a civil war than others.... In PAGE 13: ... Table 3A uses data from Licklider (1995) and Table 4A uses data from the State Failure Project (1998). In Table2 A we show that the result is also robust to changing the specification of the regression: here we use income per capita rather than secondary school enrolment rates and the results are similar. The last two columns of Table 2 are limited the to war observations, i.... In PAGE 13: ... In Table 2A we show that the result is also robust to changing the specification of the regression: here we use income per capita rather than secondary school enrolment rates and the results are similar. The last two columns of Table2 are limited the to war observations, i.e.... In PAGE 13: ...pseudo R2) is quite respectable at around 0.35. Four sets of variables are significant or approaching significance. --- Table2 about here --- In order to examine the primary commodity results in more detail, we include a dummy for oil exporting countries (column 4). The coefficient is close to being significant and is ... In PAGE 13: ... --- Table 2 about here --- In order to examine the primary commodity results in more detail, we include a dummy for oil exporting countries (column 4). The coefficient is close to being significant and is significant in the alternative specification (see Table2... In PAGE 14: ... Wars are more likely to be secessionist the smaller the proportion of the male population that has secondary education (column 5). Although secondary education is fairly closely correlated with per capita income, if the regression is repeated with per capita income instead of secondary education as an explanatory variable, per capita income is completely insignificant (see Table2 A). Thus, it appears that it is education rather than income that is important.... In PAGE 33: ...33 Appendix Table2 A: Determinants of Identity Wars (Alternative Specification) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Dependent Variable War Start Identity War Ideology War War Type War Type ln GDP per capita -0.950 -1.... ..."

### Table 9 Parameter estimates with standard errors and absolute t-values for the MAOP model with covariate specification 4 for constant and MEDPROPH group specific correlation,respectively.

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