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We analyze the properties of this bovine dynamical system representing the single animal and develop an exact integrative form as a discretetime mapping.

These included the fractionally integrated model, done with Roselyn Joyeux, which has a socalled "longmemory property" and provided a discretetime form of a continuous time model discussed by Benoit Mandelbroit.

Hayne Leland, then graduate students elsewhere, I attacked the problem of dynamic portfolio theory in a continuoustime framework without having the benefit of their discretetime formulations.

But by explicitly setting the trading interval and modeling the evolution of the system as diffusion processes, the derived results of the continuoustime models were often more precise and easier to interpret than their discretetime counterparts.

Compared with discretetime dynamic formulations, the continuoustime models are mathematically more complex.

A discretetime sampleddata PWM chip always draws more quiescent current than a lowpower analog PWM chip.

Adebayo SB, Fahrmeir L (2005) Analysing child mortality in Nigeria with geoadditive discretetime survival models.

Nearly optimal applications to constrainedstate and mimimumtime problems are also discussed and since control systems are usually implemented using computer microprocessors, a chapter is devoted to discretetime design to yield digital controllers.

Topics covered include Hilbert spaces; univariate models for spectral analysis; multivariate spectral models; sampling, aliasing, and discretetime models; realtime filtering; digital filters; linear filters; distribution theory; sampling properties ofspectral estimates; and linear prediction.

Table 4 presents the results of discretetime survival analyses examining the association between cohort and first onset of use of each drug type.
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