### Table 2. Percentage of integer optimal value obtained using CAVE for second set of deterministic experiments with single-period time windows (network problems), from Godfrey and Powell, 2001a.

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2002

"... In PAGE 63: ...1; they are computationally quite easy to solve (sequences of pure networks) and produce high quality solutions. Table2 compares the... ..."

### Table 1 -- MLE Results for the Single Period Binomial Logit Model

1998

"... In PAGE 3: ... Maximum likelihood estimation ( MLE ) of the binomial logit model yielded parameter estimates and statistics for separation likelihood. (See Table1 .) Interpreting the signs and significance levels of parameter estimates is similar to linear regression.... ..."

### TABLE I OUT-OF-SAMPLE RESULTS ON MSPS: SINGLE PERIOD RETURNS. Max. safety Periods

### TABLE 1 EFFICIENCY GAIN OF DUAL PERIOD BARRIER OVER SINGLE PERIOD BARRIER

### Table 1. Customers Served Under Various Product Strategies Period 1 Period 2 Period 2

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table 1 summarizes the customers that are served under each of the above strategies. Table1 also shows the cost savings and the valuation changes under each strategy. We now describe the models corresponding to the strategies mentioned above.... In PAGE 10: ... SINGLE PRODUCT STRATEGIES Under a single product strategy, the firm can introduce at most one product in each period. The relevant strategies are (refer to Table1 ): SS1, SS2, VS1, and VS2. We begin with a brief discussion about the single period problem.... ..."

### Table 7 Results of the optimization problem with 4-item and 4-location Item

2006

"... In PAGE 12: ... In this case, it can be formulated as a single-period inventory stochastic problem with the mean of the demand depending on the shelf space. For non-perishable products, the problem can be addressed as a continuous review problem, which will constitute the second avenue for the proposed The optimal solution is to select items 1, 2, and 3 and to display them on all shelves with a total profit of 3381, see Table 7) It can be noticed from Table7 that, except for item 1 for which more units are displayed on the first shelf location, almost equal units (after rounding to the nearest integer values) are displayed on all shelves for the Table 7 Results of the optimization problem with 4-item and 4-location Item... ..."

### Table 3.4: Comparison of various methods for assessing solution quality for the newsvendor problem.

2005

### Table 1: Number of tiles per period and total number of A atoms for the tilings used in the simulations. Tiles types: S: squares, T: triangles, R: rhombi, H: shields. The names for the tilings are given in the text. I and F: number of atoms in the A layer at the beginning and at the end of the simulation, respectively. For the three groups of structures, a single period contains 112, 836 and 4680 atoms, respectively, and the simulation cells consisted of 2, 10 and 3 periods.

1998

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### Table 10: Parameters for Stochastic Experiments

"... In PAGE 32: ... In these experiments, we do not consider LAMA because its control structure is not suited to stochastic problems. The data parameters in Table10 are used to construct the stochastic experiment data sets and are similar to the #0Crst set of deterministic experiments. The main exception is the single period time windows on the tasks that enables an optimal posterior bound to be calculated.... ..."

### Table 3. Underlying illnesses of 246 patients who died during 1998-2005 after ingesting a lethal dose of medication, compared with 74,967 Oregonians dying from the same underlying diseases.

2006

"... In PAGE 3: ...Table 2..................................................................................................... 21 Table3 .... In PAGE 12: ... These include people age 85 or older, people who did not graduate from high school, people who are married or widowed, and Oregon residents living east of the Cascade Range. Patients with certain terminal illnesses were more likely to use PAS ( Table3 ). The ratio of DWDA deaths to all deaths resulting from the same underlying illness was highest for three conditions: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) (269.... ..."