### Table 1 Existence, uniqueness, and complexity of the solution concepts studied in this paper

### Table 3: Existence of Robust Solutions (%)

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"... In PAGE 7: ... In some auctions, a robust solution may not exist. Table3 shows the percentage of auctions that sup- port robust solutions for the arbitrary-npv and regions-npv distributions. It is clear that finding robust solutions for the former distribution is particularly difficult for auctions with 250 and 500 bids when revenue constraints are 90% of optimum.... ..."

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### Table 5.2: Feedback control action and closed-loop cost for MPC and optimal control.

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### Table 4.2. Computational results for the D8CR problems with unit vertex-weights. Solutions % Gap

### Table 4.3. Computational results for the D8CT problems with unit vertex-weights. Solutions % Gap

### Table 3 above demonstrates that there exists one unique MTV to the referred problem and this solution is called the definite typical value (DTV), (Friedman, Ming, amp; Kandel, 1995).

"... In PAGE 11: ... At this time we verify that a DTV exists for the given data set. The resultant MTV when each center is used as the initial s in Equation (2) is presented in the following table: Center MTV 176,950 132,570 139,410 132,570 108,820 132,570 333,930 132,570 Table3 . The centers and the MTV.... ..."

### Table 3 above demonstrates that there exists one unique MTV to the referred problem and this solution is called the definite typical value (DTV), (Friedman, Ming, amp; Kandel, 1995).

"... In PAGE 12: ... At this time we verify that a DTV exists for the given data set. The resultant MTV when each center is used as the initial s in Equation (2) is presented in the following table: Center MTV 176,950 132,570 139,410 132,570 108,820 132,570 333,930 132,570 Table3 . The centers and the MTV.... ..."