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linear model

A simplistic model that proposed that a single cell’s responses to an external stimulus reflected a summation of the intensity values in the stimulus. Considering the complexity of pathways and cascades which are triggered by any form of stimulation of living cells, this model warrants deletion.
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Durbin-Watson (DW) tests for first order autocorrelation showed nearly all of the price series studied had strong autocorrelation necessitating the generalized least squares procedure.
Table 2 shows that the coefficient estimates of the model when the random effects generalized least squares (regression) procedure is used.
Cross-section and time series regression data, least squares and maximum likelihood model fitting, model adequacy checking, prediction intervals, and weighted and generalized least squares
We use two techniques to measure Andrew's impact on insurance stocks: a generalized least squares (GLS) estimation technique based on Zellner's (1962) seemingly unrelated regression model and the standard event study cumulative abnormal returns (CAR) tests adjusted for cross-sectional dependence.
Through the use of a transformed generalized least squares regression model, allowance is made for: no-fault, population density, state-specific price-level, and automobile safety/fatality differences.

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