### Table I. Utility valuations in the UCB problem.

### Table II. Probability valuations in the UCB problem.

### Table 2. Utility Valuation Fragments in the Reactor Problem

2001

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### Table 2. Utility Valuation Fragments in the Reactor Problem

### Table 5.1. Utility valuations in the Reactor problem.

1998

### Table 5.2. Probability valuations in the Reactor problem.

1998

### Table 1 Utility Valuation H92631 and Probability Valuation H92701 in the Reactor Problem

1999

"... In PAGE 9: ...f real numbers. The values of H9263 are utilities. In the Reactor problem, there are three utility valuations. One of these is shown in Table1 , and we refer the reader to Bielza and Shenoy (1998) for the complete description. A probability valuation H9266 for s is a function H9266: H9024s 3 [0, 1].... In PAGE 9: ...0, 1]. The values of H9266 are probabilities. In the Reactor problem, there are three probability valuations. One of these is shown in Table1 . What do these probability Table 1 Utility Valuation H92631 and Probability Valuation H92701 in the Reactor Problem... In PAGE 12: ... This is so because IDs insist on working with conditionals. For example, the conditional for T has the domain {D1, A, T} in the ID (as seen in Figure 3), and the valuation H92701 has the domain {A, T} in the VN (as seen in Table1 ). The distribution tree for T in the ID could be computed from the VN as H92542 2{D1,T} V H92702 V H92701.... ..."

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### Table 4.1. Utility valuation u1 and probability valuation t1 in the Reactor problem.

### Table 3: One possible soft solution (valuated with 0.9) for the Zebra problem. Note that the Doctor and the Fox are in the same house.

### Table 11: Valuation of Stolt Offshore at The End of 2003 Assuming Resolution of the Debt Overhang Problem

"... In PAGE 7: ...able 10: Liabilities of Stolt Offshore ..........................................................................................53 Table11 : Valuation of Stolt Offshore at The End of 2003 Assuming Resolution of the Debt Overhang Problem.... In PAGE 64: ...The cash flow model shown assumes that these restrictions are all lifted at the end of the current debt contract, following which the firm targets a Debt service ratio of 8. The values of the described inputs are shown in Table11 . 35 The detailed scenario underlying it is shown in Table 12.... ..."