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loglog

(ˈlɒɡlɒɡ)
n
(Mathematics) the logarithm of a logarithm (in equations, etc)
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models excluding all bank-related controls other than proxies for CAMELS in Panel G, models excluding all bank-related controls in Panel H, models excluding all borrower-related controls in Panel I, models using two-digit NAICS industry codes in Panel J, models using Fama-French 48 industry codes in Panel K, and alternative econometric models for collateral: probit model with year fixed effects, logit model with year fixed effects, conditional loglog model with year fixed effects, probit model with year and SIC fixed effects, logit model with year and SIC fixed effects, and conditional loglog model with year fixed effects and errors clustered at the SIC level in Panel L.
loglog (Ci/Ci-qtm = log(kom/2.303V + [alpha]B log(t)) (6)
We present the above results also in loglog plots in Figure 5.1.
We used discrete-time hazard models and a complementary loglog (cloglog) specification; unlike logit or probit, cloglog has a response curve that is asymmetric (Box-Steffensmeier and Jones 2004; Jenkins 1995; Singer and Willett 1993).
Furthermore, unless NP [subset] TIME ([n.sup.O(loglog n)]), it is hard to approximate within a factor (1 - [epsilon]) ln m, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], where m is the number of edges of the multi-colored graph.
2 - The ranges are plotted on the horizontal axis, and their corresponding URR are plotted on the vertical axis (in MMbbl for oil and BCF for gas) at a loglog scale, thus providing the size distribution of the oil and gas fields in Colombia.
The achievable rate of loglog K like has been found in early work [14].
Figures 7(c) and 7(e) show the relationships between S and V in loglog coordinates.