DTML

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DTMLDocument Template Markup Language
DTMLDeep Transverse Metatarsal Ligament
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We present the results for the time-homogenous 1-year transition matrices (boom and contraction phases) estimated with the DTML method (20) in Table 3.
Table 3 Time-homogenous average transition probabilities: the DTML method applied to business cycle subsamples From To 1 2 3 4 5 Panel A: The 1-year ML boom transition matrix 1 0.84978 0.11443 0.00634 0.02877 0.00066 (0.2555) (0.02288) (0.00421) (0.01729) (0.00027) 2 0.00524 0.83984 0.11960 0.03175 0.00351 (0.00143) (0.00911) (0.00832) (0.00420) (0.00165) 3 0.00087 0.01332 0.85209 0.12778 0,00582 (0.00038) (0.00144) (0.00525) (0.00425) 10.00096) 4 0.00053 0.00177 0.08465 0.86928 0.04230 (0.00024) (0.00048) (0.00363) (0.00488) (0.00264) 5 0.00006 0.00133 0.00843 0.27555 0.67904 (0.00002) (0.00096) (0.00061) (0.01664) (0.017731 Def.
Table 4 Time-dependent transition probabilities: the DTML method applied to different business cycle scenarios From To 1 2 3 4 5 Panel A: The 1-year ML boom transition matrix 1 0.83987 0,11701 0.01752 0.02505 0.00051 2 0.00611 0.84785 0.11761 0.02551 0.00276 3 0.00177 0.01882 0.85582 0.11662 0.00623 4 0.00063 0.00152 0.08339 0.87966 0.03119 5 0.00005 0.00094 0.00735 0.29901 D.64047 Def.
Thirdly, when applying the DTML method to business cycle subsamples to search for time-homogenous average transition probabilities, most of the transition probabilities reflecting the improvement of a risk grade arc higher at the boom phase, a result to be expected.
To our knowledge, ours is the first study to empirically estimate time-homogenous average matrices (for boom and contraction phases), in order to gradually incorporate time-dependence and find the differences between the DTML and CTML estimations.
Following past empirical studies (Ait-Sahalia 2002; Rabe-Hesketh et al 2005) the discrete-time (1) maximum likelihood (DTML) estimator is employed.
Several structures have an attachment with the plantar plate including the plantar fascia, tendon sheath of the flexor tendons, DTML, collateral ligaments, and the interossei tendons [33, 34].
Lee, "An anatomical study of Morton's interdigital neuroma: the relationship between the occurring site and the deep transverse metatarsal ligament (DTML)," Foot and Ankle International, vol.