undifferenced

undifferenced

(ʌnˈdɪfərənst; ʌnˈdɪfrənst)
adj
(Heraldry) (of a coat of arms) having no marks indicating family position and to be used by only one person at a time
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The undifferenced GNSS ionosphere-free observations are generally expressed as
We start with a VAR model using undifferenced data, including 8 lagged terms, and iteratively delete insignificant lags using the Bayesian Information Criteria (BIC).
we do not include any regressors in the undifferenced regression model (11)).
Variables specified as additional instruments (lagged saving) are included, undifferenced, in the instruments matrix.
We also estimated differenced models, but the undifferenced models produced more parsimonious results.
The lag length of the Johansen procedure was determined by the Schwarz Information Criterion (SIC) on the undifferenced VAR (See Schwarz, 1978) while ensuring all residual series from the VAR were uncorrelated.
All these studies find that the variables in their models must be differenced to become stationary, a property that undermines the validity of traditional estimation procedures and statistical inferences in regressions involving undifferenced series.
We begin by partitioning our sample into thirds, based on the value of undifferenced rather than differenced prior forecast error (i.
For comparison, the conventional regression analysis is employed first to test for the relationship between fertility, female labor participation, and education using undifferenced data.
The null hypothesis of a unit root was not rejected for the undifferenced series, but it was rejected for the differenced series.
So do we strive to differentiate the divine attributes, according as these attributes are undifferenced [sic] or differentiated.