IMMPA

AcronymDefinition
IMMPAInstituto de Medicina Molecular Príncipe de Asturias (Spanish: Institute of Molecular Medicine, Prince of Asturias)
IMMPAIntegrated Macroeconomic Model for Poverty Analysis
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The method to compare estimation results of IMMPA with exact results of NLRHA for verifying the procedure is as follows.
(4) The IMMPA is implemented and the modal static responses [Q.sup.s.sub.i], corresponding to [u.sub.roi], are obtained.
(5) The demand responses are compared between IMMPA and NL-RHA.
The comparisons of story drift ratios and floor displacements between NL-RHA method and IMMPA method are illustrated in Figure 6.
A new IMMPA idea is presented in the paper based on traditional MPA method: superposed bidirectional earthquake excitation acting on modal ESDOF system can be regarded as an unidirectional "combined earthquake excitation"; in pushover procedure, the static force replacing "combined earthquake excitation" is assigned to three components of each floor of a structure based on model of vibration.
In order to check accuracy of the IMMPA procedure presented in this paper, two structures with mass eccentricity are designed, a bidirectional earthquake ground motion, Taft, is taken as earthquake excitation of the structural system, and deformation distribution of the structure is calculated, respectively, with NL-RHA and IMMPA, and the results are concluded as follows after comparative analysis.
(1) In general, IMMPA method can be used to accurately estimate the distribution feature of plastic deformation of the structure along its floors.
Together with the other contributors, they present their own quantitative macroeconomic framework for analyzing the impact of policy and exogenous shocks on the labor market, poverty, and income distribution in low- and middle-income economies: the Integrated Macroeconomic Model for Poverty Analysis or IMMPA. The IMMPA emphasizes the role of labor market structure in the transmission of shocks to the poor and the unemployed, but it also pays attention to such issues as the impact of different components of government investment on the production process and the accumulation of physical and human capital by the private sector.