8 Counterfactual

steady-state distribution by country group (benchmark: Nordics).

Let [[pi].sub.i] be the

steady-state distribution of X (t).

The vector [pi] = [[[pi].sub.1],...,[[pi].sub.n]], consisting of the limiting probabilities [mathematical expression not reproducible], k = 1,...,n, if it exists, is called a

steady-state distribution of X.

While still being able to recapitulate the experimental steady-state Nanog distribution, the oscillation scenario significantly differs in the sorting simulations: while the system is predicted to continuously shift from one steady state to the other in the fluctuation case, damped oscillations lead to the reestablishment of the

steady-state distribution in the oscillation scenario.

Let [[pi].sub.i,j] be the

steady-state distribution of the two-dimensional DTMC.

In equilibrium, the steady-state individual labor supply, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], for all j and s, the steady-state savings, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], the steady-state real wage, w, and the steady-state real rental rate, [??], are simply functions of the

steady-state distribution of savings P.

The

steady-state distribution of the plasma sheath depends on many factors in reality, such as the vehicle's aerodynamic shape, trajectory, vehicle velocity, angle of attack (AoA), and local air condition.

The

steady-state distribution at -1.34 V was similar to the concentration at the metal coating interface being larger for the more anodic -1.34 V as compared to the -1.9 V.

(5) Only the

steady-state distribution is considered in the temperature fields.

The initial condition corresponds to the

steady-state distribution for initial policy parameters.

Water quality parameter estimation in

steady-state distribution system.

He also showed how to find the optimal policy to minimize the variance of real gross domestic product (GDP) around the mean of this stochastic

steady-state distribution. The method involved finding the homogeneous and particular parts of the solution and then writing the endogenous variable as an infinite weighted sum of lagged shocks--what is now commonly called an impulse response function.