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It should also be clear that the sequence of equations (23.15)–(23.17) can be repeated using the vintage asset price data pertaining to the beginning of period t, Ptv, in order to obtain a sequence of period t vintage depreciation rates, dtv. In the literature, it is usually assumed that the sequence of vintage depreciation rates, dtv, is independent of the period t so that: dtv=dv for all periods t and all vintages v (23:18) 23.48 The above material shows how the sequence of vintage or used durable goods prices at a point in time can be used in order to estimate depreciation rates. (...) If these second-hand vintage prices depend on how intensively the durable good has been used in previous periods, then it will be necessary to further classify the durable good not only by its vintage v, but also according to the intensity of its use.
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Score: 1333302.9 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...eau/stat/download/cpi/ch23.pdf
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If these second-hand vintage prices depend on how intensively the durable good has been used in previous periods, then it will be necessary to further classify the durable good not only by its vintage v, but also according to the intensity of its use. (...) It should also be clear that the sequence of equations (23.15)–(23.17) can be repeated using the vintage asset price data pertaining to the beginning of period t, Pvt, in order to obtain a sequence of period t vintage depreciation rates, δvt. In the literature, it is usually assumed that the sequence of vintage depreciation rates, δvt, is independent of the period t so that: v t v δδ = for all periods t and all vintages v (23.18) 23.48 The above material shows how the sequence of vintage or used durable goods prices at a point in time can be used in order to estimate depreciation rates.
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Score: 1318656.9 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng.../cpi/corrections/chapter23.pdf
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MPEG test sequence. · Vintage Car - 1920x1080 @ 25P video. MPEG test sequence. 2.3 RD Results (1) IBBP Table 1 BD Bit-save and BD SNR using 8x8 Transforms, IBBP Sequences BD Bit-save (%) BD SNR (dB) Movie1 9.06 0.376 Movie 2 15.00 0.596 Riverbed Black 16.28 0.625 Vintage Car 6.78 0.177 IBBP average 11.78 0.444 (2) IPP Table 2 BD Bit-save and BD SNR using 8x8 Transforms, IPP Sequences BD Bit-save (%) BD SNR (dB) Movie1 8.49 0.352 Movie 2 14.29 0.584 Riverbed Black 14.34 0.575 Vintage Car 6.78 0.201 IPP average 10.98 0.428 3.
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Score: 1314648.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...te/2004_03_Munich/JVT-K020.doc
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As sparkling wines, dessert wines, and other special varieties do not have any vintage year, they are excluded from the data set. (...) We exclude the very few cases where the vintage year reported is ahead of the year in which the exports took place. (...) Variations in quality due to ageing should therefore be captured by the vintage year …xed e¤ects that we include throughout the regressions.
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Score: 1263360 - https://www.wto.org/english/re.../wkshop14_e/natalie_chen_e.pdf
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VALIDATING THE INPUTS USED TO CREATE GEO-REFERENCED CENSUS DATA
Staff members compared different vintages of aerial imagery and housing unit counts using geographic information systems (GIS). (...) Staff members compared different vintages of aerial imagery and housing unit counts using geographic information systems (GIS). (...) In some instances, review of two vintages of imagery reveals a lack of change over time, but comparison to the MAF indicates under-coverage or over-coverage.
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Score: 1249535.45 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...S=ECE/CES/GE.41/2018/14&Lang=E
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MEASUREMENT OF CAPITAL STOCK IN THE BELGIAN NATIONAL ACCOUNTS : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE NATIONAL BANK OF BELGIUM
A mortality function indicates what proportion of a vintage of capital assets are retired in a given period. (...) The mortality function indicates what proportion of a vintage of capital assets will be retired over a given period. If one then wants to know what proportion of a vintage of capital assets are still in use over a given period, one has to add up all the retirements from the preceding periods.
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Score: 1220642 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.68/2000/15&Lang=E
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MESUREMENT OF CAPITAL STOCK IN CYPRUS : SUPPORTING PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS AND RESEARCH, MINISTRY OF FINANCE OF CYPRUS
There is always the problem of vintages. When the standard of technology is very high it is virtually impossible to compare a machine made in 1980 with a machine made in 1990. 2 16. (...) Capital stock experts recommend that for the estimation of the survival function of a capital vintage some sort of bell-shaped function have to be used. This is required as a capital vintage consists of a sum of various capital goods for which different lifetimes can be expected.
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Score: 1210885.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.68/2000/27&Lang=E
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protocolIdentifier - identifies the vintage of the sending terminal. endpointIdentifier - a gatekeeper assigned terminal identity string protocols - indicates the current data rates for each protocol which can be supported given the current state of the device. (...) ProtocolIdentifier - identifies the vintage of the accepting gatekeeper. * Contact: Mark Reid Tel.: +1 508 292 5863 PictureTel Corporation Fax: +1 508 292 3309 USA E-mail: reid@pictel.com _______________ PAGE6 AVC-1009 DATE 02/19/97 PAGE 5
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Score: 1174268.3 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/av-a...e/1997-2000/9702_Bos/TD-10.DOC
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IMPLEMENTATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE STATISTICAL PROGRAMME 2017-ADDENDUM-REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP ON THE IMPLEMENTATION 2008 SNA: CONSISTENCY BETWEEN NATIONAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS STATISTICS
The participants agreed that full consistency is difficult to achieve, and that revision and vintage bias could partially overstate the problem. (...) The main reasons for discrepancies that were identified by Eurostat and ECB include the vintage and revision bias, different data sources (sometimes having different observation units, coverage, quality, etc.), different compilation practices (estimation methods, balancing and reconciliation procedures, ECE/CES/2018/14/Add.11 4 coverage adjustments), institutional arrangements and methodological differences. (...) This is why a good way forward would be to focus first on one vintage of estimates that ECE/CES/2018/14/Add.11 5 include the most detailed and reliable data sets e.g. annual data and try to analyse and eliminate (reduce) discrepancies for these series;  Historical inconsistencies are difficult to resolve.
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Score: 1165624.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/CES/2018/14/ADD.11&Lang=E
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Therefore, this year’s Earth Day we dedicated to further supporting Reduce-Reuse-Recycle practice and promoting sustainable and wise use of textiles, second-hand and vintage clothing. We also continued our advocacy for reducing the use of plastic bags. On 15 April, we joined hands with other UN agencies, the diplomatic community, as well as the first in the country vintage and second-hand studio in Turkmenistan and organized the Sustainable Fashion Show and Sale.
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Score: 1162541 - https://www.unicef.org/turkmen...unicef-turkmenistan-sets-trend
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