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The Determinants of Credit Spread Changes.
 Journal of Finance
, 2001
"... ABSTRACT Using dealer's quotes and transactions prices on straight industrial bonds, we investigate the determinants of credit spread changes. Variables that should in theory determine credit spread changes have rather limited explanatory power. Further, the residuals from this regression are ..."
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quadratic regression σ(K) = a + bK + cK 2 , where K is the strike price. Our estimate of this slope, jump t , is defined via where F is the atthe money strike price, which equals the current futures price. We choose to look at the implied volatility at K = .9F because we do not want 6 to extrapolate the quadratic
Carbon to volume relationships for dinoflagellates, diatoms and other protist plankton
 Limnol. Oceanogr
, 2000
"... Cellular carbon and nitrogen content and cell volume of nutritionally and morphologically diverse dinoflagellate species were measured to determine carbon to volume (C: vol) and nitrogen to volume (N: vol) relationships. Cellular C and N content ranged from 48 to 3.0 3 104 pgC cell21 and 11 to 2,656 ..."
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,656 pgN cell21 for cells ranging in volume from 180 to 2.8 3 105 mm3. C and N density in dinoflagellates decreased significantly with increasing cell volume. C: N ratios ranged from 3.44 to 6.45. C: vol and N: vol in dinoflagellates are significantly related as expressed by the equations pgC cell21 5 0
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"... This Appendix is organized as follows. Section A presents supplementary evidence motivating the model. Section B collects the proofs. Section C studies the robustness of the numerical results to alternative parametrizations. Section D discusses several extensions. A Supplementary Evidence The prese ..."
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This Appendix is organized as follows. Section A presents supplementary evidence motivating the model. Section B collects the proofs. Section C studies the robustness of the numerical results to alternative parametrizations. Section D discusses several extensions. A Supplementary Evidence
Boundary and Inertia effects on flow and heat transfer in porous media
 Inr. J. Heur iZfnrr Tru~~fer
, 1981
"... AbstractThe present work analyzes the effects of a solid boundary and the inertial forces on flow and heat transfer in porous media. Specific attention is given to flow through a porous medium in the vicinity of an impermeable boundary. The local volumeaveraging technique has been utilized to esta ..."
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/s]; ycomponent velocity [m/s]; blowing velocity [m/s]; spatial coordinate, horizontal [m]; spatial coordinate, vertical [m]. Greek symbols effective thermal diffusivity, 3,,/p,c,6 [m’/s]; porous media shape parameter,,f6/K
Using distance maps for accurate surface representation in sampled volumes
 In IEEE Vol. Vis
, 1998
"... Figure 1: Shaded, volume rendered spheres stored with two values per voxel: a value indicating the distance to the closest surface point; and a binary intensity value. The sphere in a) has radius 30 voxels and is stored in an array of size. The spheres in b), c), and d) have radii 3 voxels, 2 voxels ..."
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Figure 1: Shaded, volume rendered spheres stored with two values per voxel: a value indicating the distance to the closest surface point; and a binary intensity value. The sphere in a) has radius 30 voxels and is stored in an array of size. The spheres in b), c), and d) have radii 3 voxels, 2
Volume 132
, 2012
"... Kinetics of the hydrogen abstraction ·C2H5 + alkane → C2H6 + alkyl reaction class: an application of the reaction class transition state theory ..."
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Kinetics of the hydrogen abstraction ·C2H5 + alkane → C2H6 + alkyl reaction class: an application of the reaction class transition state theory
Volume Of An N Dimensional Simplex
, 1996
"... this paper we use the Einstein summation convention which requires that there be an implicit summation over the range of any index appearing twice in a term, once as a superscript and once as a subscript. Next we consider the 3dimensional case (see Figure 1). a b c d e f Figure 1.  An arbitrary te ..."
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tetrahedron The volume of an arbitrary tetrahedron [Som `58] is given by 144V 2 =(a 2 + d 2 )( a 2 d 2 + b 2 e 2 + c 2 f 2 ) + (b 2 + e 2 )(a 2 d 2 b 2 e 2 + c 2 f 2 ) + (c 2 + f 2 )(a 2 d 2 + b 2 e 2 c 2 f 2 ) a 2 b 2 c 2 a 2 e 2 f 2 b 2 d 2 f
See What You Want to See: Motivational Influences on Visual Perception,”
 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
, 2006
"... People's motivational statestheir wishes and preferencesinfluence their processing of visual stimuli. In 5 studies, participants shown an ambiguous figure (e.g., one that could be seen either as the letter B or the number 13) tended to report seeing the interpretation that assigned them to o ..."
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on what category of animal was worth positive points, 2 (1, N ϭ 43) ϭ 6.89, p ϭ .009. When hoping to see a horse, 66.7% (n ϭ 14) of participants saw the figure as a horse, and 33.3% (n ϭ 7) saw a seal. However, this bias reversed when hoping to see a seal. Only 27.3% (n ϭ 6) of this group saw a horse
INJECTION VOLUME: 5 µL
, 1994
"... (1 ppm = 6.86 mg/m 3 @ NTP) PROPERTIES: liquid; d 1.5866 g/mL @ 25 °C; BP 146.5 °C; MP44 °C; VP 0.8 kPa (6 mm Hg; 0.8 % v/v) @ 25 °C; nonflammable SYNONYMS: acetylene tetrachloride; bonoform; 1,1dichloro2,2dichloroethane ..."
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(1 ppm = 6.86 mg/m 3 @ NTP) PROPERTIES: liquid; d 1.5866 g/mL @ 25 °C; BP 146.5 °C; MP44 °C; VP 0.8 kPa (6 mm Hg; 0.8 % v/v) @ 25 °C; nonflammable SYNONYMS: acetylene tetrachloride; bonoform; 1,1dichloro2,2dichloroethane
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