### Table 7. Relative import

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### Table 5. Relative importance of the alphas

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### Table 2: (continued) Relative Importance of Factors (continued)

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...1 1.0 Table2 : Relative Importance of Factors Table 2 exhibits the relative importance of the three factors of USD/JPY4 in explaining the variation of each of the ve volatilities corresponding to standard maturities. We see that, on average, for all the currencies, the three factors account for more than 95% of the total variance.... In PAGE 9: ...1 1.0 Table 2: Relative Importance of Factors Table2 exhibits the relative importance of the three factors of USD/JPY4 in explaining the variation of each of the ve volatilities corresponding to standard maturities. We see that, on average, for all the currencies, the three factors account for more than 95% of the total variance.... In PAGE 9: ... This clearly points to the inadequacy of na ve models in which the volatility of volatility is constant. Experiments with ho- moskedastic autoregressive (AR) statistics strongly support this, since the path uctuations that result tend to be much more homogeneous across time than 4 Table2 in Appendix shows the results for all 13 currency pairs.... In PAGE 21: ...Table2 : Relative Importance of Factors Total Term Variance Volatility Explained(%) Factor 1(%) Factor 2(%) Factor 3(%) 1M 100.0 94.... In PAGE 23: ...1 1.0 Table2 : (continued) Relative Importance of Factors (continued)... ..."

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### Table 2: (continued) Relative Importance of Factors (continued)

1997

"... In PAGE 9: ...1 1.0 Table2 : Relative Importance of Factors Table 2 exhibits the relative importance of the three factors of USD/JPY4 in explaining the variation of each of the ve volatilities corresponding to standard maturities. We see that, on average, for all the currencies, the three factors account for more than 95% of the total variance.... In PAGE 9: ...1 1.0 Table 2: Relative Importance of Factors Table2 exhibits the relative importance of the three factors of USD/JPY4 in explaining the variation of each of the ve volatilities corresponding to standard maturities. We see that, on average, for all the currencies, the three factors account for more than 95% of the total variance.... In PAGE 9: ... This clearly points to the inadequacy of na ve models in which the volatility of volatility is constant. Experiments with ho- moskedastic autoregressive (AR) statistics strongly support this, since the path uctuations that result tend to be much more homogeneous across time than 4 Table2 in Appendix shows the results for all 13 currency pairs.... In PAGE 21: ...Table2 : Relative Importance of Factors Total Term Variance Volatility Explained(%) Factor 1(%) Factor 2(%) Factor 3(%) 1M 100.0 94.... In PAGE 22: ...3 1.7 Table2 : (continued) Relative Importance of Factors (continued)... ..."

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### Table 7: Dominance rules: iterations and relative importance

2003

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### Table 2: Relative Importance of Interactivity Dimensions

2001

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### Table 6: Changing the relative importance of the negotiated variables.

2007