### Table 2. MPEG Transmission Policy Associated with

### Table 1: Optimal policies

"... In PAGE 3: ... We computed optimal cost functions and opti- mal policies for both formulations. The set of optimal policies for P is shown in Table1 , and, as expected, we found that the set of optimal policies for P was the same as for P. From the proof of the above theorem, we know that the optimal cost function for P should di er from the one for P by K(I) (recall that = 1), which in the present example is equal to g(s?1; a?1).... ..."

### Table 3. Optimal Policy

"... In PAGE 5: ....12,PD3 =0.7233). These optimal policies are shown as stars in the ROC curves in Figure 6. Accordingly, the fu- sion center changes its policy as in Table3 . Now, the optimal policy for DM0 is to make decision d0 =0only when all the three subordinate decision makers agree on H =0, i.... ..."

### Table 1: Optimal Policy Results

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"... In PAGE 8: ... The first case examined is that where the regulator chooses to never allow firms to return to a higher group when compliance is confirmed by inspection. Table1 shows the compliance which can be achieved subject to the inspection constraint. Subject to this constraint, it is clear that the addition of reputation groups has important positive compliance returns.... ..."

### Table 1.1. Transmission Policies for Figure 1.5

### Table 1 Implications of the present policy and the optimal support policy

"... In PAGE 12: ... Since the outcome of the actual policy (b) is not a point on STCP Qc , , government has not combined policy instruments optimally. The optimal policy instrument combination for the present producer support level is summarized in Table1 . Firstly, it would be optimal to abandon the co-responsibility levy.... ..."

### Table 9. Ratio of expected costs for different policies to the cost of the optimal policy

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"... In PAGE 13: ... One of the purposes of the comparisons presented in this section is to analyze the characteristics of the production process that affect the relative gain of the optimal over the heuristic so- lution. Table9 presents the ratio of the heuristic policy cost to the optimal cost (see Table 4), for the three policies for a batch size of 500 units and for all 120 combinations of the cost and probability scenarios. Examining this table we can make following observations: a114 As the inspection cost grows, the Inspect-All Heuristic becomes more expensive relative to the optimal policy (compare scenarios J, I and H).... ..."

### Table 3. Optimal operating policy for each month.

"... In PAGE 5: ... 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS The optimal operating policy function l * = l( k,i,t), obtained by solving SLP model, is given in Table3 . This policy is the steady state operating policy.... ..."

### Table 1: Parameters to be Optimized Department Policy Parameters

in EVALUATING REFINERY SUPPLY CHAIN POLICIES AND INVESTMENT DECISIONS THROUGH SIMULATION-OPTIMIZATION

"... In PAGE 2: ... In this work we seek to optimize them. These parameters are summarized in Table1 and explained in the next paragraph. Figure 1: Typical Refinery Supply Chain Table 1: Parameters to be Optimized Department Policy Parameters ... ..."

### Table 1: Power flow for a 1-Bus-System solution

in Risk Neutral and Risk Averse Power Optimization in Electricity Networks with Dispersed Generation

"... In PAGE 7: ... Solving this problems yields an optimal value of 298 and optimal generation policies depicted in Figure 3. Table1 shows the overloaded edges (boldfaced entries) in the transmission network for the first time interval. It is clearly seen that the 1-bus model leads to an unrealistic generation policy for the 6-bus system.... ..."