### Table 2. Summary of results of curve and shock graph

2001

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 1. Left: A database of 99 shapes with 9 categories and 11 shapes in each category. Right: Each shape in the database is matched against every other shape and the 10 nearest neighbors for a few representative shapes are shown for curve matching (top) and shock graph matching (bottom). Table2 summarizes the results. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Curve BDBCBC BLBK BLBK BLBL BLBH BLBH BLBD BKBH BJBH BHBD Shocks BDBCBC BDBCBC BDBCBC BLBL BLBL BLBL BLBJ BLBI BLBH BKBJ Table 2.... ..."

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### Table 2. Summary of results of curve and shock graph matching for classifying shapes from Table 1. Each entry corresponds to the number of times (in percentages) the a13a15a14a17a16 best match belongs to the same category as the query.

"... In PAGE 4: ...able 1. Left: A database of 99 shapes with 9 categories and 11 shapes in each category. Right: Each shape in the database is matched against every other shape and the 10 nearest neighbors for a few representative shapes are shown for curve matching (top) and shock graph matching (bottom). Table2 summarizes the results.... ..."

### Table 1 Contribution of monetary policy shocks to the forecast error variance

"... In PAGE 13: ...12 Graph 2 shows the historical contribution of the monetary policy shocks to the short-term interest rate in the euro area and the US, whereas Table1 provides the contribution of the monetary policy shocks to the variance of the forecast error of output, prices, the interest rate and the exchange rate at various horizons. From Graph 2, it is clear that periods of easy monetary policy in the euro area can be situated at the end of 1984 and in 1991.... In PAGE 13: ...5 2.0 Table1 shows that, as in most of the VAR literature, the contribution of policy shocks to output and price developments is rather limited. This is to be expected as the monetary policy shocks capture deviations of the short-term interest rate from average monetary policy behaviour over the estimation period.... ..."

### Table 5, one of the two shocks involves a major change only to the demand curve while the other shock involves a major change only to the supply curve (i.e.: M432, M234, M412, and M214); and in Table 6 each shock involved a major change to both the supply curve and the demand curve (i.e.: M242 and M424). In this paper, all 18 dual-shock re- sults are shown together in single graphs, but the results appear in table order, as was just listed. For convenience of later discussion, we will refer to these four groupings by the abbreviations T3, T4, T5, and T6, i.e. referring to each regime type by the table-numbers in (Cliff, 2003). So, to be clear:

2005

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### Table 1 shows that, as in most of the VAR literature, the contribution of policy shocks to output and price developments is rather limited. This is to be expected as the monetary policy shocks capture deviations of the short-term interest rate from average monetary policy behaviour over the estimation period. In a stable monetary policy regime such deviations should be limited. The fact that the contribution of monetary policy shocks to

"... In PAGE 13: ...12 Graph 2 shows the historical contribution of the monetary policy shocks to the short-term interest rate in the euro area and the US, whereas Table1 provides the contribution of the monetary policy shocks to the variance of the forecast error of output, prices, the interest rate and the exchange rate at various horizons. From Graph 2, it is clear that periods of easy monetary policy in the euro area can be situated at the end of 1984 and in 1991.... ..."

### Table 1: Final classification of 18 possible shock points based on contact with spheres, a0a27a1a3

"... In PAGE 2: ... Shock sink (4th order): A shock at which flow type terminates: (i) for a sheet: a6 a32 a34 a33a32 a26 ; (ii) for a curve: a6 a35 a34 a33a32 a26 , a6 a35 a32 a26 ; (iii) for a vertex: a6a36a37a34 a33a32 a26 , a6 a34 a6 a35 a32 a26 . This classification of the a2a4a3 into eighteen types of shock points ( Table1 ) leads to a powerful graph structure for its representation, where regular shock points need not be traced explicitly. Our goal is to propose a small set of representations built from the MA and to make explicit a 3D graph whose nodes are taken from the set of 15 types of shock singularities, i.... ..."

### TABLE 3. Shocks: t and t

1999

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