Griefing factor analysis for different networking scenarios

Griefing factor, as we know, is the ratio of harm an attacker can cause a victim over the loss it itself faces when carrying out an attack. The quantification of the harm caused can help adjust staking penalties (basis an appropriate griefing factor determining which is a question in itself). However, quantifying it isn’t always trivial. It would be a good idea to list and attempt to measure the maximum loss that can be caused through different network layer attacks under different circumstances.