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The longRun Behavior and
 ShortRun Dynamics of Private Savings in Morocco.” Savings and Development
, 2003
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The LongRun Behavior of Continuous Time Bayesian Networks
"... The continuous time Bayesian network (CTBN) is a temporal model consisting of interdependent continuous time Markov chains (Markov processes). One common analysis performed on Markov processes is determining their longrun behavior, such as their stationary distributions. While the CTBN can be tra ..."
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The continuous time Bayesian network (CTBN) is a temporal model consisting of interdependent continuous time Markov chains (Markov processes). One common analysis performed on Markov processes is determining their longrun behavior, such as their stationary distributions. While the CTBN can
Longrun behavior of games with many players
, 2008
"... We discuss similarities and differencies between systems of many interacting players maximizing their individual payoffs and particles minimizing their interaction energy. We analyze longrun behavior of stochastic dynamics of many interacting agents in spatial and adaptive population games. We re ..."
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We discuss similarities and differencies between systems of many interacting players maximizing their individual payoffs and particles minimizing their interaction energy. We analyze longrun behavior of stochastic dynamics of many interacting agents in spatial and adaptive population games. We
The longrun behavior of the stochastic replicator dynamics
 Annals of Applied Probability
, 2005
"... Fudenberg and Harris ’ stochastic version of the classical replicator dynamics is considered. The behavior of this diffusion process in the presence of an evolutionarily stable strategy is investigated. Moreover, extinction of dominated strategies and stochastic stability of strict Nash equilibria a ..."
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Fudenberg and Harris ’ stochastic version of the classical replicator dynamics is considered. The behavior of this diffusion process in the presence of an evolutionarily stable strategy is investigated. Moreover, extinction of dominated strategies and stochastic stability of strict Nash equilibria
On the LongRun Behavior of EquationBased Rate Control
, 2002
"... We consider unicast equationbased rate control, where, at some points in time, a sender adjusts its rate to f(p,r), where p is an online estimate of the lossevent rate observed by this source, r of the average roundtrip time, and f is a TCP throughput formula. Conventional wisdom holds that such ..."
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that such a source would be TCPfriendly, that is, it would not attain a larger longrun average send rate than a TCP source under the same operating conditions. Our goal is to identify the key factors that determine whether, and how far, this is true. We point out that it is important to breakdown the TCP
The LongRun Behavior of Debt and Equity Underwriting Spreads by
"... This paper is the first to look at the longrun (30year) behavior of underwriting spreads in the markets for corporate equity and debt. Specifically, we analyze the determinants of underwriting spreads on corporate bond issues, secondary equity offerings and initial public offerings over the period ..."
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This paper is the first to look at the longrun (30year) behavior of underwriting spreads in the markets for corporate equity and debt. Specifically, we analyze the determinants of underwriting spreads on corporate bond issues, secondary equity offerings and initial public offerings over
On the LongRun Behavior of EquationBased Rate Control
, 2002
"... We consider unicast equation based rate control, where a source estimates the loss event ratio , and, primarily at loss events, adjusts its sending rate to is assumed to represent the lossthroughput relation that TCP would experience. When no loss occurs, the rate may also be increased accor ..."
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according to some additional mechanism. We assume that the loss event interval estimator is nonbiased. If the loss process is deterministic, the control is TCPfriendly in the long run, i.e, the average throughput does not exceed that of TCP. If, in contrast, losses are random, it is not a priori clear
On the LongRun Behavior of EquationBased Rate Control
"... Abstract — We consider unicast equationbased rate control, where, at some points in time, a sender adjusts its rate to f(p,r), where p is an online estimate of the lossevent rate observed by this source, r of the average roundtrip time, and f is a TCP throughput formula. Conventional wisdom hold ..."
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holds that such a source would be TCPfriendly, that is, it would not attain a larger longrun average send rate than a TCP source under the same operating conditions. Our goal is to identify the key factors that determine whether, and how far, this is true. We point out that it is important to breakdown
The longrun behavior of periodic competitive Kolmogorov systems, Nonlinear Analysis
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"... Abstract: Persistent trajectories of the Poincar¶e map T generated by the ndimensional periodic system _xi = xiNi(t; x1; ¢ ¢ ¢ ; xn); xi ¸ 0; are studied under the assumptions that the system is dissipative, competitive and strongly competitive in C0 = fx: xi> 0g. The main result is that ther ..."
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Abstract: Persistent trajectories of the Poincar¶e map T generated by the ndimensional periodic system _xi = xiNi(t; x1; ¢ ¢ ¢ ; xn); xi ¸ 0; are studied under the assumptions that the system is dissipative, competitive and strongly competitive in C0 = fx: xi> 0g. The main result is that there is a canonically de¯ned countable family of disjoint, totally invariant sets which attract all persistent trajectories whose!limit sets are not cycles. Each totally invariant set is the union of ¯nite disjoint open (n ¡ 1) cells which are Lipschitz submanifolds and are transverse to positive rays. This result extends to timeperiodic Kolmogorov systems a well known result of M. W. Hirsch for autonomous systems.
LongRun Behavior of Stochastic Evolutionary Games with Many Players
, 2008
"... We investigate similarities and differencies between systems of many interacting players maximizing their individual payoffs and particles minimizing their interaction energy. To address the problem of equilibrium selection in spatial games with many players we introduce a concept of ensemble stabi ..."
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stability. The standard stochastic stability describes a longrun behavior of systems with a fixed number of players in the zeronoise limit. On the contrary, the ensemble stability is concerned with a fixed (but nevertheless low) noise level in the limit of the infinite number of players. We present
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