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  • Lecture Signal processing: Sampling of continuous – Time signals include all of the following content: Ideal periodic sampling of continous – time signals, reconstruction of a bandlimited signal from its samples, the effect of undersampling: aliasing, discrete – time processing of continuous – time signals, practical sampling and reconstruction, sampling of bandpass signals.

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  • This authoritative book, highly regarded for its intellectual quality and contributions provides a solid foundation and life-long reference for anyone studying the most important methods of modern signal and system analysis. The major changes of the revision are reorganization of chapter material and the addition of a much wider range of difficulties.

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  • This book is intended for a rigorous introductory Ph.D. level course in econometrics, or for use in a field course in econometric theory. It is based on lecture notes that I have developed during the period 1997-2003 for the first semester econometrics course “Introduction to Econometrics” in the core of the Ph.D. program in economics at the Pennsylvania State University. Initially these lecture notes were written as a companion to Gallant’s (1997) textbook, but have been developed gradually into an alternative textbook.

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  • Having dealt with in-depth analysis of SS#7, GSM and GPRS networks I started to monitor UTRAN interfaces approximately four years ago. Monitoring interfaces means decoding the data captured on the links and analysing how the different data segments and messages are related to each other. In general I wanted to trace all messages belonging to a single call to prove if the network elements and protocol entities involved worked fine or if there had been failures or if any kind of suspicious events had influenced the normal call proceeding or the call’s quality of service.

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  • Usually any requirement that the contractor should shoulder all or most risks arises because the employer prefers to have a fixed financial commit- ment, or because he has only a limited allocation of funds which he has no authority to exceed. Some overseas governments will not authorize any expenditure above the tendered sum. This fixing of the price and placing all or most of the risks on the contractor can be expected to lead to generally high prices.

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  • Differences in performance are substantially higher in the 1997-2001 subperiod, suggesting that the outperformance of SRI funds that we document in this paper is largely driven by the first part of the sample period. We also investigate how our results are affected by the presence of SRI funds that perform little social screening. When we restrict the sample of SRI funds to include only those funds that perform intensive social screening, we obtain results similar to those obtained for the whole sample of SRI funds.

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  • Snow-balling technique was used to find further examples in the application of financing mechanisms, contact persons, as well as for finding additional information. Furthermore, also the second questionnaire (see Annex 24) was used as an additional information source. The interviews used a common interview guide which was adapted according to the type of actors interviewed and according to the type of information missing for the description of the single cases.

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  • Our sample contains a total of 1301 open-end, no-load U.S. domestic equity mutual funds, which include actively managed funds, index funds, sector funds, and ETFs (exchange traded funds). Monthly net returns, as well as annual turnover and expense ratios for the funds, are obtained from the Center for Research in Security Prices (CRSP) mutual fund database over the sample period January 1975–December 2002. Additional data on fund investment objectives are obtained from the Thomson/CDA Spectrum files.

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  • However, there is no study to date that examines the informational efficiency of the secondary market for loans relative to the market for bonds of the same corporation, largely due to the unavailability (at least until now) of secondary market prices of loans. Our study fills this gap in the literature. Specifically, we examine, using a unique dataset of secondary market daily prices of loans from November 1, 1999 through July 31, 2002, whether the loan market is informationally more efficient than the bond market. Given the nature of our sample period (i.e.

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  • Preliminary analysis of the data reveals some noteworthy similarities and differences between Chile and the other countries considered. Over this sample period, Chilean interest rates are on average higher, more volatile, and less persistent than the interest rates for the other countries. However, in Chile, the degree of co-movement between retail bank interest rates and the money market rate is essentially the same as in other countries.

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  • Second, the sample period in this study covers a full business cycle, thereby providing a better indication of the relative variability of lending activities experienced by commercial banks over this period. Brewer, Minton, and Moser (2000) document a universal downward trend of C&I lending over a sample period of 1985 to 1992, a period during which the economy experienced a significant cyclical downturn.

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  • The data is limited in some respects. We do not have information on total net assets, nor do we know the exact location of the portfolio manager, so we use the fund's legal domicile as a proxy for the manager's location. 9 We also have limited data on front-end and redemption loads, as well as total fund expense ratios. Moreover, we do not have data on many of the individual funds' expenses and fees, particularly during the early part of the sample (we searched for these data, and none of the major services{e.g., Morningstar{appear to have historical data covering our entire sample period).

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  • Originally, several provisions under Dodd-Frank con- cerning swaps would have taken effect on July 16, 2011, but since such provisions required the SEC and CFTC to implement fi nal rules, that date was not achievable. 6 The effective date of most provisions was consequently delayed until December 31, 2011 or until new rules be- come effective, if earlier. 7 Importantly, any provision that references “swap,” “security-based swap,” “swap dealer,” and “major swap participant” is delayed because these defi nitions have not yet been fi nalized.

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  • As our goal is to observe managers’ abilities to generate profits through active management, we employ only properties that were both bought and sold within the sample period, and thus for which we have round trip transaction returns. In future versions of the paper, we will relax this condition where possible to account for properties purchased within the sample period and not yet sold, as well as properties purchased prior to the start of the sample and sold with the sample period.

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  • Growing linkages between MFIs and the banking system in Africa appear to be mutually beneficial. MFIs rely on banks for a variety of services, including deposit facilities, liquidity management services, and in some cases, emergency credit lines to cover cash shortfalls. For banks, the benefits are the opportunity to expand their client base through MFIs, and to expand their operations through the network of MFIs (including in the rural sector).

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  • A popular approach to measuring the interest-rate risk exposure of a bank is to run regressions of the bank’s stock return on a risk factor, such as an interest rate. The regression coefficient on the interest rate — often referred to as the interest-rate beta, is a measure of the bank’s average exposure to interest rate changes over the sample period considered (Flannery and James 1984a). Interest rate betas do not tell us where the bank’s exposure comes from, that is, what positions generate it.

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