### Table II (2-player matrix game) with bids as their actions. By rationality assumption no advertiser bids beyond his valuation.

### Table 4. Use of Search Explanations

"... In PAGE 34: ... The explanations for developing search strategies -- beyond the initial E FIND -- received scattered usage. Table4 shows the number of EU apos;s... ..."

### Table 1: Parameter estimates for rational prepayment model Parameter Estimate

1995

"... In PAGE 20: ... 78 moment conditions were used, one for each month between July 1983 and December 1989. Table1 shows the results. The value of implies that prepayment occurs slowly, even when it is theoretically optimal to re nance.... In PAGE 21: ...4.1 Standard Errors The standard errors reported in Table1 appear low.29 This may be a sample size problem, or may be related to the discrete approximation used in the analysis.... In PAGE 21: ... 29These estimates are calculated as if Pearson and Sun apos;s (1989) estimates for the parameters of the CIR interest rate model are constants. Since these are themselves estimates, the standard errors reported in Table1 are probably understated. Newey (1984) shows in principle how to correct for this.... In PAGE 22: ... Indeed, the reported standard errors for and generally decrease in the number of grid points. To analyze the reported standard errors further, the prepayment parameters re- ported in Table1 were used to generate simulated mortgage prepayment data, which were then used in turn to reestimate the model. Repeating this many times allows us to look at the small sample properties of the distribution of the estimates.... In PAGE 22: ... Since this is apparently not due to the grid size, the most likely explanation is that the sample size is not large enough for the asymptotic standard errors to be close to the true values. The 2 test reported in Table1 rejects the model. The weighted sum of squares is too large to be due to random uctuation.... In PAGE 24: ...Figure 7 have and set equal to their estimated values, reported in Table1 . Each graph shows the value for several di erent transaction cost levels.... ..."

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### Table 5 Average expenditure on piped water US$ per month spent on piped water by households in each quintile with a domestic connection 1 2 3 4 5

"... In PAGE 9: ... This is consistent with the fact that Merida and Managua have relatively good coverage and service frequency across the whole network, while both Sonsonate and San Miguel are small cities where rationing is undertaken in a relatively uniform fashion. Table5 shows piped water expenditure for households with a domestic connection, and table 6 shows the implicit price per cubic meter, derived from tables 4 and 5. There is a significant cross subsidy from richer to poorer households only in Managua, where the richest quintile pays 53% more per cubic meter than the 11 It might be argued that the procedure adopted for imputing consumption for un-metered households is likely to result in an underestimate, because the metered cases on which the imputation is based face positive marginal prices.... ..."

### Table 1: Rational Operations

1994

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### Table 2. The rational operations

2007

"... In PAGE 6: ... We briefly describe some of them below. Table2 shows the library operations for the sum, product, and Kleene closure of weighted transducers. Both destructive implementations, using the Thompson construction, and lazy implementations are provided.... ..."

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### Table 2 Di erences in utilities between rational and boundedly rational agents

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"... In PAGE 18: ...Table2 around here] The overall ranking of the rational agent for the same rates of experimentation, are presented in table 3. For the given rate of experimentation, the frequencies are computed by ranking utilities of the rational and N boundedly rational agents from the lowest to the highest at the end of each t for T max periods in 5 simulations.... ..."

### Table 4. Example of Rational Buyer Procedure Existing Procedure Rational Buyer

"... In PAGE 45: ... As an example, consider the following AS requirements: 1,500 MW of regulation, and 1,000 MW each of spinning, non-spinning, and replacement reserves. Under the existing procedure, market-clearing prices (MCP) presented in Table4 are obtained. If the rational buyer procedure is applied, then the MW purchased and the resulting prices change according to the right side of Table 4.... In PAGE 45: ... That is, 2,500 MW of regulation would be paid at $20/MW, and so on. The total payments to AS providers would be $95,000 (see Table4 ). AS buyers settlement would be based on the preliminary AS requirements (before the Rational Buyer procedure) and the final MCPs.... ..."

### Table 3 Ranking of rational agent

2001

"... In PAGE 18: ... Clearly, the ranking of the rational agent worsens with the increases in the rate of experimentation. [ Table3 around here] 6. Concluding Remarks This paper examined the behavior of the exchange rate in the model with bound- edly rational agents who update their savings and portfolio decisions using a simple evolutionary algorithm based on imitation and experimentation.... ..."

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