### Table 1: Average number of local minima with respect to 2-exchange local neighborhoods in random MAPs with iid assignment costs

2006

"... In PAGE 11: ...istribution we used the well-known polar method (see, e.g., Law and Kelton, 1991). Table1 shows the average number of local minima with respect to 2-exchange neighborhoods N2. For small sized problems, the number of local minima was computed exactly by complete enumeration of all feasible solutions in a given instance of the problem; the values in Table 1 have been obtained by averaging over 100 problem instances.... In PAGE 12: ....e., the expected number of local minima with respect to 3-exchange neighborhoods is smaller than that for 2-exchenge neighborhoods for same-sized problems. Figure 1 visualizes the experimentally determined number of local minima in random MAPs as presented in Table1 , along with the developed bounds (17), for instances with fixed d = 6 (left) and n = 6 (right) and assignment costs drawn from the above three distributions. The logarithmic scale is used due to the exponential growth of the corresponding values with n and d.... ..."

### Table 12. Local vs. Neighborhood self-sizing for UNC trace

### Table 5.1: Di erence in 1-step inclusion rate and n-step coverage for two di erent local neighborhoods.

1995

### Table 7. Results for instance W4 with a 60-minute CPU time limit and the augmented local search neighborhood.

### Table 11. Local vs. Neighborhood self-sizing for Bellcore traf1c

### Table 13. Local vs. Neighborhood self-sizing for exponential on/off traf1c

### Table 14. Local vs. Neighborhood self-sizing for Pareto on/off traf- 1c

### Table 2: Eigenvalues, anisotropy and orientation of the structure tensor applied to the clusters for various sizes of the local neighborhood (c.f. Figure 4). The size of the Gaussian derivatives is 0.9.

### Table 7.1: Local vs. Neighborhood self-sizing for Bellcore traffic Type of control MSBAE Improvement Maximum Queue

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### Table 2 Neighborhood Characteristics

"... In PAGE 11: ...ection with the neighborhood. All other stores are convenience stores. There are no supermarkets in the neighborhood. Table2 , below, summarizes the neighborhood characteristics collected through cen- sus information and physical survey of the neighborhood.... ..."