DIKSDaftar Isian Kegiatan Suplemen (Indonesian: Post Register Activities Supplements)
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The animals targeted are dik diks, hares, gazelles and zebras which most people hunt for food.Mr Gecaga warns residents against poaching, saying they face a jail term of up to one year and half when caught with bush meat in their homes.
(5) Therefore, we also adopt the Diks-Panchenko nonparametric test for bivariate causality (Diks and Panchenko 2006) which effectively captures causal linkages in the presence of nonlinearities.
Our expectations selection framework (Equations (35)-(37)) is an extension of the model with synchronous updating of Brock and Hommes (1997), allowing for asynchronous updating (Diks and van der Weide 2005; Hommes, Huang, and Wang 2005b).
For this purpose, the nonlinear causality test of Diks and Panchenko (2006) can be applied based on the Hiemstra Jones Test (Hiemstra and Jones, 1994).
Granger non-causality, Johnson and Juselius (1990) ECM causality, ARDL modeling causality suggested by Pesaran and Shin (1998), TY- multivariate model causality and DP nonparametric causality proposed by Diks and Panchenko (2006) are considered the standard causality tests available.
With hydrological applications in mind, Diks and Vrugt (2010) compared ten methods for averaging multiple forecasts.
These include new placement possibilities and lower installation costs, as well as the option of powder dosing in closed-loop mode."PureSOx 2.0 retains the well-documented PureSOx strengths," says Rene Diks, Alfa Laval manager marketing & sales, Exhaust Gas Cleaning.
Diks and Panchenko (2006) argue that under certain variance conditions, the HJ statistics could overreject the null hypothesis of no Granger causality.
In Figures 2(c) and 2(d) we show two bifurcation diagrams (the bifurcation analyses have been made with the E&F Chaos software of Diks et al.
Asnan, Gusti, David Henley, Diks Pasande, Remco Raben and Esther Velthoen
Van Der Heijden, Diks, and De Kok (1997) examined stock allocation policies in general Nechelon distribution systems where stock is permitted at all levels in the network.