### Table 4 : Comparison of the solutions produced with the diversification and intensification technique and with the post-optimization procedure.

1995

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### Table 4 : Comparison of the solutions produced with the diversification and intensification technique and with the post-optimization procedure.

### Table 1: Disk access ratios for post-optimization (point queries).

"... In PAGE 3: ...1 Improvement for Static Data We rst build the tree for the given data set using a given loading method and then post-optimize the tree by applying a series of restructurings. Table1 presents the disk access ratios for post-optimization of trees built using the dynamic- Hilbert, packed-Hilbert, and STR loading algorithms. Post- optimization can decrease the number of query disk accesses by a up to a factor of 2.... ..."

### Table 4: Post-optimality results for the numerical example

"... In PAGE 12: ... Insert Table 3 The 2nd implementation stage of the method concerns the post-optimality analysis, where 3 LPs (equal to the number of problem criteria) are solved, each of them maximising the weight of the corresponding satisfaction criterion. The final solution of the model variables is calculated as the average of the post-optimal solutions obtained from the aforementioned LPs ( Table4 ). Despite the small sample size, it is worth to mention the relatively high stability of the results.... In PAGE 13: ... For example, the average fitting index is calculated as 100% AFI = , since * 0 F = . Also, the low variation observed during the post-optimality analysis stage ( Table4 ) is reflected in the high value of the average stability index: 91.77% ASI = .... ..."

### Table 2: Transfer Rates Original and Post-optimization

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ...2 Mbps 20.2 Mbps Table2 contains an example of the effects of cumulative optimization. It reports transfer rates achieved in the angiography experiment for three different connection types at each of three steps in the optimization process.... ..."

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### Table 3 Frequency of Ex Post Optimality

2000

"... In PAGE 7: ... Table 2 reports the organizational structure that gen- erated higher average chain profit over the first T peri- ods (with that average profit being averaged over the 500 replications). Table3 reports the frequency, out of the 500 replications, with which a given organizational structure yielded higher average chain profit over the first T periods. PROPERTY 1.... ..."

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### Table 1: Post Optimization Transfer Rates Per Experiment

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ...5. Experimental Results Table1 contains the peak data transfer rates over the satellite link measured after the network and workstation optimization discussed in Section 4. Table 1: Post Optimization Transfer Rates Per Experiment... ..."

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### Table 4: HYBRID running times with di erent path-relinking strategies: Average relative percent deviation with respect to the average. multistart post-optimization method

### Table 1: Average percentage increase over the optimum for different values of r Value of No post optimization After the G-opt heuristic After G-opt and G2-opt

1998

"... In PAGE 13: ... Prior to this comparison we carried out preliminary tests to determine a good value for the parameter r, the local optimization parameter (see phase 2 of GI3). Table1 gives the average percentage increase over the optimal solution and computing times (in seconds on a Sun Sparc Station LX) for the 36 test-problems. As expected computing times increases with r, however, when a post optimization procedure was used, no improvement was achieved for r gt;5.... ..."