### Table 2 Use of Initial Summary Solutions for Example Problems

"... In PAGE 4: ... Again, the emphasis of this study is not to propose viable Summary solutions, but to better understand the nature of the problem itself. The characteristics of each candidate are presented in Table2 , along with how they perform for the space mission examples. Reduced Sample Rate One of the simplest methods of summarization is to downlink a partial telemetry set.... ..."

### Table 1. Anonymity level and Availability of different solutions

"... In PAGE 4: ...e associated with a .taz address. Unlike anonymous remailers, there is no spam risk involved, due to the pull nature of the WWW. 7 Overview Table1 gives an overview of the different existing so- lutions. The level of anonymity and the availability of the solutions are indicated.... ..."

### Table 8 and respectively Table 9. In this case the expected revenue generated by the stochastic solution is 95.6% from the weighted average of individual optima, whereas the expected worst case revenue is 86.5% from the same amount. The solution taken from the scenarios that achieves the maximum expected revenues (the least expected regret) corresponds in this case to scenario 4. The stochastic solution generates better revenues for all the scenarios except scenarios 3 and 4 and an improvement of 2.31% in expectation (yearly) over the solution of scenario 4. The improvement in terms of expected revenues is higher in this case, but still limited through the nature of the investigated factors. The main gains remain a more robust con guration and a more uniform distribution of revenues over scenarios as given by the stochastic solution.

"... In PAGE 11: ... Table8 : Optimal values for scenarios and stochastic solution in low supply case Optimal Worst Optimal Worst Worst = Scenarios net revenue net revenue net revenue % of Optimum bs 3,389,774 2,845,208 544,566 83.9 s1 5,797,840 5,133,495 664,345 88.... ..."

### Table 1. Comparison of the nature-inspired algorithms on large symmetric TSP in- stances. For each instance (the number in the instance identi er is the problem size), we report how often the known optimal solution is found in a given number of runs (nopt), the average percentage deviation from the optimum, the average CPU-time tavg to nd the best solution in a run, and the maximally allowed computation time tmax.

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### Table 4. Example of interaction of problem definition with problem solution, and modifying solution based on elaboration

"... In PAGE 4: ... The data in Table 3 is an example of a transformative process in which the student decides to elaborate the problem objectives to include a decision to preserve the natural environment of the area where the playground is to be built. The example provided in Table4 illustrates a student dealing with the interaction between problem definition and problem solution stages. Here, the student accesses information related to the Americans with Disabilities Act and examines the solution to interpret and redefine the meanings of comply and handicapped .... ..."

### Table 5: Descriptive statistics of innovation indicators. Proprietary vs. FOSS solutions

"... In PAGE 16: ... Thus, acknowledging the exploratory nature of our analysis, this can be regarded as a fairly acceptable sample. Table5 , reports statistical descriptive of the 5 indicators for the sub-sample of proprietary and FOSS solutions. Table 5: Descriptive statistics of innovation indicators.... ..."

### Table 3 Results of solutions of considered real linear system with rounding to nearest and zero

"... In PAGE 5: ... The correct solutions for this system of equations are successive natural numbers from 1 to n . Table 2 and Table3 presents results of solutions of considered real linear system (with 10 = n ) with rounding to negative and positive infinity, and with rounding to nearest and zero, respectively. All real-valued calculations in solving of this problem were made with MATLAB (MATrix LABoratory).... ..."

### Table 2 Results of solutions of considered real linear system with rounding to negative and positive infinity

"... In PAGE 5: ... The correct solutions for this system of equations are successive natural numbers from 1 to n . Table2 and Table 3 presents results of solutions of considered real linear system (with 10 = n ) with rounding to negative and positive infinity, and with rounding to nearest and zero, respectively. All real-valued calculations in solving of this problem were made with MATLAB (MATrix LABoratory).... ..."

### Table 3: Results for the two-bar truss shown in Figure 2 using the two-step iterative procedure. Nature of Initial Performance of the

"... In PAGE 21: ... Example 4.1 The results are summarized in Table3 . We see that in the proximal case, both the initial index sets I0 C lead to the correct solution of an infinite limit load.... ..."

### Table 3: First vehicle then crew scheduling

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