### Table 21: Quantity Equations

"... In PAGE 8: ...able 20: Variables in the APEC CGE Model ................................ 58 Table21 : Quantity Equations .... In PAGE 69: ...In addition to ten sectors for each country model, the model has four factors of production (two labor types, land, and capital), as identified in Table 18. The output-supply and input-demand equations are shown in Table21 . Output is produced according to a CES production function of the primary factors (equation 1), with intermediate inputs demanded in fixed proportions (equation 3).... ..."

### Table 2. Boolean equations

"... In PAGE 2: ... Local criteria are expressed in the form of a boolean equation, different for each level of the tree. Table2 present the equations in postfix format for the fifteen levels of the tree. First number of each pair is the criterion code as displayed in first column of Table 1.... ..."

### Table 1: Model Equations

in PRICE STABILITY AND MONETARY POLICY EFFECTIVENESS WHEN NOMINAL INTEREST RATES ARE BOUNDED AT ZERO

"... In PAGE 13: ... Deviations of aggregate demand from potential output then have consequences for wage and price setting. The model equations are summarized in Table1 . First, the long-term nominal rate, lt, is related to expected future short-term rates via the term structure relationship in equation (3).... ..."

### Table 1. Equations for

"... In PAGE 9: ... The project model corresponding to our very simple policy is also simple and is shown in Figure 4. Equations are given in Table1 . Note that the equation for Final Time means that the simulation will end when 95 percent of the code is correctly written, or after 15 months, whichever comes first.... ..."

### Table 13: Quantity Equations

"... In PAGE 37: ...In addition to ten sectors for each country model, the model has four factors of production (two labor types, land, and capital), as identified in Table 10. The output-supply and input-demand equations are shown in Table13 . Output is produced according to a translog value added cost function of the primary factors (equation 1), with intermediate inputs demanded in fixed proportions (equation 3).... ..."

### Table 1: Equations for AFunc

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ... AFunc(f) maps argument aliases of f into return aliases of f. AFunc(f) is de ned by a system of recursive equations, one equation for each function f` corresponding to the subexpression E`, as given in Table1 , with the binary operation ? is de ned as follows: a ? b 4 = if (a = ; _ b = ;) then ; elseif (a = fnilg _ b = fnilg) then fnilg else a [ b. Let L be the lattice (P(fnil; idg) ; ).... ..."

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### Table 1: Equations for AFunc

1996

"... In PAGE 10: ... AFunc(f) maps argument aliases of f into return aliases of f. AFunc(f) is de ned by a system of recursive equations, one equation for each function f` corresponding to the subexpression E`, as given in Table1 , with the binary operation ? is de ned as follows: a ? b 4 = if (a = ; _ b = ;) then ; elseif (a = fnilg _ b = fnilg) then fnilg else a [ b. Let L be the lattice (P(fnil; idg) ; ).... ..."

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### Table 1: Equations for Hypothesis Testing Description Equation 4 Equation 5 Equation 6

"... In PAGE 9: ... This satisfies the order condition necessary for identification.11 A summary of the system of equations is shown in Table1 below along with signs indicating prior expectations for each coefficient. The variables have been sorted into three groups: those that are potentially endogenous according to the theory, those that are pre-determined and those that are maintained as exogenous.... In PAGE 10: ... Fortunately, the pre-determined and exogenous variables in a simultaneous system of equations are highly suitable for use as instruments because they drive the endogenous variables and because they are uncorrelated with the disturbance term. This suggests the 3 pre-determined and 7 exogenous variables listed in Table1 above may be used as instruments in the formation of instrumental variables. In the case of equation 4, there may also be endogeneity between gY, gL and gK.... ..."

### Table 2. Model Equations*

"... In PAGE 9: ... The variables Yi,j represent the number of people in the (i,j)th compartment at time t. The text in section 2 contains an explanation, and Table2... In PAGE 10: ...1 Model Description The model variables are defined in Table 1. The model, shown in Table2 , consists of a set of deterministic differential equations that describe the flows of individuals between each of the health states: men entering and exiting the adult homosexual-male population; men becoming infected, screened, or vaccinated; and infected men progressing through the stages of disease. Equation 1 represents the change in time in the number of uninfected men (dY0,0(t)/dt).... In PAGE 13: ... 2.2 Outcome Measures The equations that calculate the outcomes total discounted economic costs and total discounted QALYs gained are Equations 9 and 10, respectively, in Table2 . We determine the total discounted costs and QALYs accrued in the population without a vaccine program, and use that as a reference point for our analyses.... ..."

### Table 2: The equational system.

1999

"... In PAGE 56: ... The equational system is then formally proved to be sound with respect to the semantics. The rules of the system, listed in Table2 , are essentially the same as those for system F , namely: type and term versions of and rules; re exivity, symmetry and transitivity to obtain an equivalence; structural rules to force the equivalence to be a congruence; a \top quot; rule which states that all terms are indistinguishable in the Top type (as in [Ghe90, CG94, CMMS94]). Notice that (8E =) allows one to equate two terms f0fA0g and f00fA00g even when A0 and A00 are not the same type, and it expresses a sort of \irrelevance quot; of the argument type in second order application.... ..."

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