exogenous variables


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exogenous variables

[‚ek′säj·ə·nəs ′ver·ē·ə·bəlz]
(mathematics)
In a mathematical model, the independent variables, which are predetermined and given outside the model.
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This means that when the model is solved using the actual values of all the exogenous variables, a perfect tracking solution is obtained.
The vector of exogenous variables, apart from foreign variables, is taken as one of the channels of monetary transmission mechanism.
And [eta] symbolizes latent variable which is explained by seventeen exogenous variables (item 4 - item 20, Table 3).
Car ownership and travel distance are the endogenous variables in some relationships and also the exogenous variables of car use behavior.
(2) If the exogenous variable is used only in the first step, then its unitary effect is:
Knowledge as latent exogenous variable included four observed variables such as knowledge on symptoms of HIV/AIDS, mode of transmission, consequences and prevention strategies.
Depending on [f.sup.2] values, dropping any one of the exogenous variables (SHRM, and EA) that clarifies the endogenous variable (OE) has comparatively small effect size on [R.sup.2].
Therefore, a separate model is estimated in which debt is not considered as an exogenous variable, in order to compare government expenditure multipliers with and without controlling for debt.
The five publicly available BASIC scores are input in the model as exogenous variables, and Crash-per-Million-Miles is designated as the endogenous variable.
TAM contends that PU, PEU, and subjective norm are exogenous variables that affect behavioral intention to use.