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“But, as Jim Glass pointed out in previous comments (although this shouldn't be taken as an endorsement of other points he made), this is a one-period "simple" return, not a compound return.”
“Interestingly, post-mortem calculations performed after the planning period had shown that the model forecasts would have come closer to actual outcomes, if static (one-period), rather than dynamic model were used.”
“Notes: Philadelphia held the Thrashers to four shots in the first period, tying a one-period season low for the Flyers. ...”
“Coming off surgery on his right knee in June, DiPietro had appeared in only three games this season, the last a one-period stint against Carolina on Oct. 25.”
“The CAPM is a one-period model and assumes consumption at the end of period.”
“O'Neal scored 15 points in the opening quarter, his best one-period total of the season, with the last five of those coming in a 29-second span to put Miami up 22-17 early.”
“My other class is a one-period senior elective called Workplace Readiness.”
“Each regression is estimated with the same specifications: a one-period lag on the independent variable since, in order to avoid exaggerating the result, this was the lag in which the coefficient was uniformly highest for the conflictual cases and a first-order moving-average correction for autocorrelation.”
“Grundy's second half ranks among the best one-period performances in Carrier Dome history.”
“The one-period, cold-pack method and the intermittent method of home canning require a rubber ring essentially different from that commonly used in the old hot-pack method of home canning.”
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