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The Nike Air Force 1 Mid form and unfolding of the response function of the germanium detectors in the γ-ray spectrometer TESSA2 or similar devices is discussed, both for singles-type spectra and γ - γ coincidence matrices. The reliable unfolding which is possible allows quantitative studies of the γ-ray continuum from (HI, xn) reactions to be made with high resolution germanium detectors.
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We derive both necessary and sufficient conditions for optimal hedge ratios to be a constant proportion of the physical position, independently of risk-averse agents' utility functions. Assumptions frequently employed in hedging studies are discussed in relation to the conditions derived.
Here we show that (i) the Leontief inverse (I – A)-1 is underestimated when the elements of A, the fixed coefficient input–output matrix, are biproportionally stochastic, and (ii) the output vector in a non-linear input–output system is overestimated when the final demand vector is stochastic.