error coefficient

error coefficient

[′er·ər ‚kō·i′fish·ənt]
(control systems)
The steady-state value of the output of a control system, or of some derivative of the output, divided by the steady-state actuating signal. Also known as error constant.
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Large GARCH error coefficient indicates that volatility reacts quite intensely to market movements.
In other words, shocks to conditional variance take longer time to die out, thus volatility is persistent and large GARCH error coefficient indicates that volatility reacts quite intensely to market movements.
Matching Estimates of the Sample Average Treatment Effect for Birth Weight Teen Mothers Black Nonblack Standard Standard Variable Coefficient Error Coefficient Error The sample average treatment effect -106.
Parental status coefficients on usual nonday employment for nonagricultural wage and salary earners aged 25 to 44 years, 7 European countries Women Model 1 (1) Model 2 (2) Standard Standard Country Coefficient error Coefficient error English- speaking countries United Kingdom -0.
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TABLE 1 The Effects of Policy on Private Economic Activity: 1979-97 Private Employment Private Capital Standard Coefficient Error Coefficient Highway capital -0.
69 Panel B: Estimates of Two Cointegrating Vectors Demand (Equation 1) Supply (Equation 2) Standard Standard Variable Coefficient Error Coefficient Error Housing stock -4.
These coefficients are functions of the location error coefficient and are important because like the earlier expressions for [Alpha] and [Beta] they define how location error interacts with each scale of source-map spatial structure to determine error properties.