### TABLE 3 Robustness tests of the production function

### Table 4: Two robustness checks Reaction function Allow an additional

1996

"... In PAGE 34: ...the \reference model quot; from Table 1 with the modi ed reaction function. The results of the robustness check are shown in the rst column of Table4 . While the di eren- tial e ect of monetary policy contractions on real GDP when z u declines with the change in the reaction function, from an additional 7.... ..."

Cited by 2

### Table 14: Robustness Tests: Changes to Functional Test Cost: Results

### Table 3: Averages of the objectives, the robustness indicators, the terms of the objective function

2004

"... In PAGE 21: ... 7.3 Results Table3 shows the results for the RRLE and the RRLI model, for the same test instances, with the parameter values from Table 1.... In PAGE 22: ...Table 3: Averages of the objectives, the robustness indicators, the terms of the objective function From Table3 we conclude that the objective value is significantly improved by both methods compared to the deterministic approach (i.... ..."

### Table 1: Fidelity and robustness results for various mixing functions.

2000

Cited by 22

### Table 1: Fidelity and robustness results for various mixing functions.

2000

Cited by 22

### Table 1: Fidelity and robustness results for various mixing functions.

2000

Cited by 22

### Table 1 Three di erent robust loss functions, (u), and associated functions. The \tuning pa- rameters quot; a, b, and c are often tuned to obtain 95% e ciency [33].

1999

"... In PAGE 4: ... The many M-estimators that have been proposed di er in the shape of the func- tions ( ) and, as a result, ( ) and w( ). Three common functions are listed in Table1 , with weight functions plotted in Figure 2. The functions, essentially, are proportional to the in uence function.... In PAGE 5: ...Fig. 2 Plots of the weight functions for the robust loss functions given in Table1 . The horizontal axis units are scale-normalized residuals ri;a= i.... ..."

Cited by 75

### Table 1: Three di erent robust loss functions, (u), and associated functions. The \tuning parameters quot; a, b and c are often tuned to obtain 95% e ciency [32].

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... The many M-estimators that have been proposed di er in the shape of the functions ( ) and, as a result, ( ) and w( ). Three common functions are listed in Table1 , with weight functions plotted in Figure 2. The functions, essentially, are proportional to the in uence function.... In PAGE 6: ...8 1 1.2 -8 -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 Huber Cauchy Beaton-Tukey Figure 2: Plots of the weight functions for the robust loss functions given in Table1 . The horizontal axis units are scale-normalized residuals ri;a= i.... ..."

Cited by 75