DCBDDeliberately Caused Bodily Damage (psychokinesis)
DCBDDistal Common Bile Duct
DCBDDefine Control Block Dummy
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The new variables are obtained by multiplying these dummies with DCBD. That is, we create interaction variables between distance to the CBD and geographical directions and thereby investigate whether the distance gradients depend on directions.
the sums of the effects from DCBD and each of the variables N x DCBD, S x DCBD, and W x DCBD, are negative and significantly different from zero for the linear as well as for the log-linear model.
DCBD is the only significant location variable in models LIN_Cent and LOG_Cent and the coefficient for DSCent is smaller than that for DCBD.
However, due to the small number of observations and only one significant location variable (DCBD) in LIN_Cent we only use LIN_Out.
Los enfoques de integracion de DCBD y SGBD reportados en la literatura se pueden ubicar en uno de tres tipos de arquitectura: sistemas debilmente acoplados, medianamente acoplados y fuertemente acoplados.
En la seccion 3 se especifican los sistemas DCBD medianamente acoplados.
Otros ofrecen soporte en mas de una etapa del proceso de DCBD y una variedad de tareas de descubrimiento, tipicamente, combinando clasificacion, visualizacion, consulta y clustering, entre otras [29].
For example, the employment density gradient only falls from -11.7 percent to -11.2 percent when the variable is added to a regression of log-employment density on DCBD. The second column of results in table 3 presents the corresponding gradients for distance from the subcenter, estimated using the same regressions as for the CBD gradients.
[6] For the simple models in which only DCBD is included as an explanatory variable, the LM test statistics are 1,486.27 for employment density and 1,616.90 for population density.
The misspecification could be eliminated by estimating g([x.sub.1],[x.sub.2]) nonparametrically rather than g(DCBD), where [x.sub.1] and [x.sub.2] represent distances north and east of the CBD.