### Table 2: Specialization of CP-nets concepts

### Table 2: Comparison of the automata and CP-nets approaches

"... In PAGE 8: ...ever, due to the restrictions introduced in Section 3. Comparison given in Table2 shows that our method is e cient relative to the automaton-based approach. It concerns the same problem as the one introduced in Section 2, but the track is divided in ten sections and the transitions T1, T3, T5, T7, and T9 are con- trollable.... ..."

### Table 2. Declarations for the CP-net in Figure 3. The declarations in bold were used to extend the model to log MXML les.

2005

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### Table 2: Nash Equilibria of the Games

2004

"... In PAGE 9: ... Eight two-person games were used. Table 1 gives a listing of the games, and Table2 provides a listing of the set of all Nash Equilibria for each game. We used only the experiments corresponding to full information repeated games.... ..."

### Table 1: Characteristics of Nash Equilibria of the Games

"... In PAGE 12: ... (Note that about half the subjects played the games in the sequence shown in Figure 2, while the rest played the games in the reverse sequence.) Also shown are the 10{round average frequency of cooperation, at the far rightofeachbox, and the frequency of cooperation in each Nash equilibrium, as a horizontal line marked by an \x quot; (see also Table1 ). The round{by{ round frequencies of coordination and payo e ciency are not shown, but follow similar patterns.... ..."

### Table 1: Extreme Nash Equilibria for Myerson [17] Eq.

2007

"... In PAGE 9: ... Then C(x1) = {3}and C(x2) = {1}. From Table1 , we obtain M(A, x2) = {3} and M(x1, B) = {1}. This extreme Nash Equilibrium is then quasi-strong.... In PAGE 11: ... Each maximal Selten subset is a subset of a Nash maximal subset and each extreme point of a maximal Selten subset corresponds to an extreme perfect equilibria. The five extreme Nash equilibria found in Table1 are also extreme perfect equilibria. These extreme perfect equilibria are not only the extreme points of the maximal Nash subsets but also the extreme points of the maximal Selten subsets.... ..."

### Table 1: Sufficient conditions for the existence of various Nash equilibria.

### Table 2: Extreme Nash Equilibria for Jansen [5] Eq.

2007