# Table 3 Mean accuracy increase of NetSparse relative to each other method and its standard error on the mean calculated over ten replicates each, times 100

Base$$1.2\pm 0.6$$$$1.0\pm 0.5$$$${\textit{2.2}\pm \textit{0.7}}$$$${\textit{3.3}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$$${\textit{2.5}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$
$$S_{10}$$$${\textit{27.7}\pm \textit{1.6}}$$$${\textit{6.7}\pm \textit{0.8}}$$$${\textit{28.1}\pm \textit{1.5}}$$$${\textit{9.3}\pm \textit{1.1}}$$$${\textit{28.5}\pm \textit{1.4}}$$
$$S_{100}$$$${\textit{5.2}\pm \textit{1.1}}$$$${\textit{2.4}\pm \textit{0.7}}$$$${\textit{5.8}\pm \textit{1.1}}$$$${\textit{5.4}\pm \textit{0.7}}$$$${\textit{6.1}\pm \textit{1.1}}$$
$$S_{1000}$$$$-0.0\pm 0.2$$$${\textit{1.1}\pm \textit{0.3}}$$$$0.3\pm 0.2$$$${\textit{3.0}\pm \textit{0.7}}$$$$0.4\pm 0.3$$
$$D_{\text {medium}}$$$${\textit{0.8}\pm \textit{0.3}}$$$$0.6\pm 0.5$$$$0.0\pm 0.5$$$$0.8\pm 0.6$$$$0.4\pm 0.5$$
$$D_{\text {extreme}}$$$${\textit{0.6}\pm \textit{0.8}}$$$$0.6\pm 0.6$$$$-6.3\pm 0.6$$$$-6.1\pm 0.7$$$$-5.8\pm 0.7$$
$$E_A$$$${\textit{0.7}\pm \textit{0.2}}$$$$0.6\pm 0.7$$$${\textit{1.4}\pm \textit{0.4}}$$$${\textit{3.2}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$$${\textit{1.3}\pm \textit{0.5}}$$
$$E_C$$$$0.6\pm 0.4$$$${\textit{0.9}\pm \textit{0.3}}$$$$0.9\pm 1.0$$$$1.5\pm 1.1$$$$1.0\pm 1.0$$
$$E_I$$$${\textit{1.5}\pm \textit{0.5}}$$$${\textit{1.5}\pm \textit{0.4}}$$$${\textit{2.8}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$$${\textit{3.9}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$$${\textit{2.7}\pm \textit{0.6}}$$
1. Significant entries, determined with the Benjamini-Hochberg procedure for $$\alpha =0.05$$ for the one-sided paired t-test corresponding to the hypotheses $$\mathbb {E}\left( \rho _{\text {NetSparse}}-\rho _{\text {Method}}\right) =0$$, are marked in italic