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simultaneous equations

[‚sī·məl′tā·nē·əs i′kwā·zhənz]
(mathematics)
A collection of equations considered to be a set of joint conditions imposed on the variables involved.
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Empirically, as stated earlier, the FDI_GDP and GDP_G relation is investigated within the context of a simultaneous equation model using a Two-Stages-Least-Square (TSLS) method as per equations 12 and 13 above.
Using a simple example, we'll show how the iterative calculation option eliminates the need to manually reallocate service department costs through multiple iterations (or through simultaneous equations using matrix algebra).
The estimation method used for the simultaneous equations is the Two Stage Least Squares (2SLS) method.
From the results of the identification of the model, then the model is expressed over-identified, so that in this study the model estimation was conducted using 2SLS (Two Stage Least Squares) for 2SLS method is suitable for the simultaneous equations is over-identified, can be used in a relatively small number of samples and are not sensitive to modification (respesification) good models for structural analysis and simulation for analysis and forecasting.
Both linear and log-linear models were estimated since the authors do not know an exact functional form of the simultaneous equation model.
Umekar, "Development of UV spectrophotometric method for the simultaneous estimation of meloxicam and paracetamol in tablet by simultaneous equation, absorbance ratio and absorbance correction method," International Journal of ChemTech Research, vol.
5--Estimate the two simultaneous equations using only the sample of hedging firms.
The third estimation procedure was the Three Stage Least Squares simultaneous equation method, using pooled cross-sectional (50 states and the District of Columbia) and quarterly time series data for the period 1980-2003.
Another approach, which is generally applicable to all estimators, has been to conduct sampling experiments with different simultaneous equation models using small samples of data which have been artificially generated [34], [30], [6], [33], [20], [23], [10] and [11].
2003) use a simultaneous equation model and show empirically that audit fees and non-audit fees are simultaneously determined.
In between, he devotes a chapter to multinomial logistic (Chapter 6), loglinear (Chapter 7), ordinal logistic (Chapter 8), multilevel (Chapter 9), latent variable/factor analysis (Chapter 10), and simultaneous equation models (Chapter 11).

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