AIDS

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AcronymDefinition
AIDSAcquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
AIDSAcquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
AIDSAlmost Ideal Demand System
AIDSAmerica Is Dying Slowly (album)
AIDSAlles Ist Die Sekte (band; fka Royal TS and Die Sekte)
AIDSAmerican Institute for Decision Sciences
AIDSAircraft Integrated Data System
AIDSAutomatic Installation and Diagnostic Service
AIDSAcquired Iatrogenic Death Syndrome
AIDSAviation Induced Divorce Syndrome :-)
AIDSAirborne Integrated Data System
AIDSAs If Doing Something
AIDSAs I Die Slowly
AIDSApple Infected Disk Syndrome
AIDSAircraft Integrated Data Systems
AIDSAcoustic Intelligence Data System
AIDSArmy Inventory of Data Systems
AIDSAdvanced Integrated Display System
AIDSAdministrative Information Data System
AIDSAirline-Induced Divorce Syndrome (pilot and flight attendant disease; slang)
AIDSAdvanced Integrated Data System
AIDSAvionics Integrated Development Schedule
AIDSAutomated Information Data System
AIDSAutomated Intelligence Data System
AIDSActivity Information Data System
AIDSAutomatic Integrated Debugging System
AIDSAbstinence Is Definitely Smart
AIDSAutomated Information Distribution System
AIDSAir Force Intelligence Data System
AIDSAnalog Inclination Data System
AIDSAcoustic/Attitudinal Information Data
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An advanced linear approximated almost ideal demand system was used for data analysis.
We do this by analyzing quarterly data over the period of 1990-2012 using the almost ideal demand system.
consumer behavior over the postwar period: an almost ideal demand system analysis.
[13.] Taljaard PR, Alemu AG and HD van Schalkwyk A Linearized Almost Ideal Demand System (LA-AIDS): Estimation of the Demand for Meat in South Africa.
Demand for Red Meat, Poultry, and Fish in Morocco: An Almost Ideal Demand System. Amer.
(1989) The Almost Ideal Demand System: An Application to Food and Meat Groups for France.
The different demand specifications estimated were the Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) of Deaton and Muellbauer (1980), the Rotterdam (ROTT) system of Theil (1975), the CBS system of Keller and Van Driel (1985), and the Linear Expenditure System (LES) of Stone (1954).
However, given the limited amount of variability in prices with available Canadian data, the Almost Ideal Demand System is at the limit of the range of models which it would be possible to estimate.
Donates (1989) Demand for Food in Greece: An Almost Ideal Demand System Analysis.
Chapter 4 contains a presentation of the Almost Ideal Demand System (AIDS) and discusses its advantages over other approaches such as Armington's utility tree approach, the Hickman-Lau approach, and the Klein-Van Peeterssen's Linear Expenditure model, for estimating value share equations.