### Table 1: Moving Averages Selected for Each Measure

"... In PAGE 2: ... A moving average analysis determined the number of transactions to apply to each measure. This resulted in selecting the moving averages presented in Table1 . Thus, the total number of measures used in the model development phase included the twenty-four sources and derived measures with their long term and short term moving averages.... ..."

### Table 4. Effect of moving average filter

2003

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### Table 2: Weighted Moving Average Covariance Forecasts

1994

"... In PAGE 8: ... As the historical estimators are simply the 30 and 60 day lags of the forecast variables, the Table 1 summary is applicable to these variables also. Table2 reports the sample statistics for the exponentially weighted estimators. These estimators have similar sampling properties to the simple lagged estimators.... ..."

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### Table 1: Example of Moving average algorithm

### Table 2: Moving average smoother and Moving median smoother

"... In PAGE 8: ... AIC is not applicable for this problem. Table2 shows a comparison of the moving average (MA) and the moving median (MM) smoothers for k = 1, , 10 when N = 100 data set is generated from yn N( n; 0:1); n = e(0:01n?0:3)2: (38) The expected log-likelihood (ELL) is maximized at the moving average smoother with k = 9. On the other hand, the log-likelihood (LL) decrease monotonically as k increases both for the moving average and the mov- ing median.... ..."

### Table 10. Theil forecasting statistics for projections with the moving averages method

2004

"... In PAGE 8: ...3 cause the variation in the parameter values. Table10 and 11 present Theil statistics resulting from using the moving averages and exponential smoothing methods to select the a1 and a2 model parameters of the Weibull model. The total number of defects is assumed to be given and is approximated by the total number of defects generated by the best-fit Weibull model.... ..."

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### Table 2: Prior probabilities for inclusion of moving average parameters

1997

"... In PAGE 5: ... (i) The priors for Ij; j = 1; : : :; p and Jj; j = 1; : : :; q are prescribed by the user. For example, Table2 gives the prior for Jj for the examples in Section 4 using q = 6; the probability that Jj = 1 declines with j. (ii) For i = 1; : : :; p and j = 1; : : :; q, the indicators Ii and Jj are independently distributed.... ..."

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