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  • adj. That does not vary over time.


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  • An important advantage of this approach is that it eliminates any time-invariant individual characteristics for example, genetic factors so that the estimated effect is less vulnerable to unobserved or poorly measured differences between individual respondents.

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  • For those interested in the statistical details, the results reported here are from a fixed effects model, which holds constant any time-invariant characteristics for each respondent, and thus only reflects change within each respondent, and not differences between respondents.

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  • But these data are, to all practical purposes time-invariant, and thus simple.

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  • The relevant representation is recruited by conditioning to indicate the distal feature, and not the disjunction of more proximal features, because there is, according to Dretske, no finite time-invariant disjunction of more proximal stimuli that it has the function of indicating.

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  • Our analysis controls for time-invariant stock characteristics, as well as for return volatility and for common risk factors.

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  • The researchers propose a theoretical, single intervention therapeutic model that is counter-intuitive and challenges the conventional time-invariant approach to many therapies.

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  • In contrast to conventional time-invariant therapy, the researchers propose a well-directed therapeutic push delivered according to an optimal treatment schedule.

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  • Signal transmission through linear time-invariant (LTI) systems, impulse responce and frequency responce, group delay phase delay.

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  • This paper challenges Richard von Mises 'definition of probability by arguing that the definition of probability necessarily depends upon whether the world is governed by time-invariant causal laws.

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  • It is further argued that both the nature of human action and the relative frequency method for calculating numerical probabilities both presuppose that the world is indeed governed by time-invariant causal laws.

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