### Table 1: Price of anarchy of pure equilibria for linear latencies (left) and polynomial latencies of degree p (right).

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"... In PAGE 2: ... We also study both symmetric and asymmetric games. Our results (both lower and upper bounds) are summarized in the left part of Table1 . For the case of asymmetric games, the values hold also for network congestion games.... ..."

### TABLE VII THE PRICE OF ANARCHY

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### Table 8. Performance of direct virtual inlining via invariant argument analysis

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### Table 4. Market price forecasting by using smooth regression (continue).

"... In PAGE 6: ... To show whether the smoothing functions can be used in online price forecasting, we picked up twenty games from TAC-03 SCM seeding round 2: game 628-637 at tac5 and game 778-787 at tac6 and analyzes the fore- casting results. Table4 shows a summery of the statisti- cal results. Note that the estimate values of b0 and b1 are calculated by the smoothing functions (6) and (7) ( we use the average daily market demands as the values of indepen- dent variable).... ..."

### Table 1. SUM MAX

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"... In PAGE 2: ... We also study both symmetric and asymmetric games. Our results (both lower and upper bounds) are summarized in the left part of Table1 . For the case of asymmetric games, the values hold also for network congestion games.... In PAGE 2: ...SUM MAX Symmetric p (p) p (p) Asymmetric p (p) (Np=(p+1)); O(N) Table1 : Price of anarchy of pure equilibria for linear latencies (left) and polynomial latencies of degree p (right). We also extend our results on the average social cost to the case of mixed Nash equilibria (with price of anarchy at most 2:619).... ..."

### Table 5: The frequency of price change: Total price versus product price

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"... In PAGE 21: ...rates and these are quoted on the national Kelkoo sites, we can extend our analysis by considering the total price. Table5 compares the frequency of price change for a subsample of observations that quote both the product price and the shipping and handling cost. Table 5: The frequency of price change: Total price versus product price ... ..."

### Table 2. Market price forecasting by using Lin- ear Regression

"... In PAGE 5: ... This means that if we use a linear forecasting approach to predict market price, the result could be poor. Table2 shows the result of prediction by using linear re- gression on the data as before (TAC-03 SCM Final). The column 2 and 3 in the table give the sample estimate of re- gression coefficients fl0 and fl1 under different market de- mands (averaged values with 16 games).... In PAGE 5: ... pforecast is the forecast value of market-clearing price. Observing Table2 , we found that the forecasting re- sults for the high range of market demands is not as bad as we expected. The reason for this is that the actual mar- ket prices in this range uniformly distribute around the re- gression line( this can be observed from a scatter diagram... In PAGE 5: ... We call this approach smooth-regression. First we calculate the estimate values of regression pa- rameter b0 and b1 against market demands on previous game data (see Table2 column 2 and 3) by using simple linear re- gression model. Next we find the best fitting curve to match each regression parameter.... ..."

### Table 4. Total Impacts via Price-type Supply-driven USIO Model USC Sector Total Price Increase Proportion Total Impact ($M.)

"... In PAGE 17: ...ased on 2001 U.S. IMPLAN data set, I created supply-side version of the U.S. national Input Output model, which consists of 47 industry sectors. Table4 shows the total price increases of each industry sector. The disruption in oil refinery affects to other relative non-service industries, e.... ..."

### Table 2 Payoff matrix with congestion pricing

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"... In PAGE 69: ...L,0] [L+0.5*(L+D), L+0.5*(L+D)] Note: [Vehicle 1 payoff, Vehicle 2 payoff]. The model can be extended to deal with congestion pricing as shown in Table2 . We need to add a pricing term to the cells on the diagonal where congestion occurs (Pe, Po, Pl for early, on time, and late ... ..."