PFERPeak Expiratory Flow Rate
PFERPer Family Error Rate (statistics)
PFERProtocol for Carrying Authentication for Network Access FirstAuth-End-Request (programming message)
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Alaska's recent passage of the Permanent Fund (PF) Protection Act as a means for addressing ongoing projected budget gaps may result in the eventual depletion of the PF's Earnings Reserve (PFER), says Fitch Ratings.
Under the Act, draws from the almost $18 billion PFER, the "spendable" portion of the larger $65 billion PF, are limited to 5.25% of the average market value of PF for the first five of the preceding six fiscal years, including the just ended fiscal year, through fiscal 2021.
Following this approach, the upper bound for the PFER can be derived as follows [12]:
First off, three additional hyperparameters [[pi].sub.thr], PFER, and q are introduced.
time (PVT), and PFER take 4.7 milliseconds each, which is virtually occurring in real time.
Fitch's analysis of the Act is premised on state projections for allowable draws on the PFER under the Act's provisions from fiscal 2019 through fiscal 2027, annual 2.25% growth in the PFER draw after fiscal 2027, full inflation proofing (the practice of appropriating balances from the PFER in order to preserve the value of the corpus in real terms) at the same assumed 2.25% rate, an assumed investment return on PF assets ranging between 6% and 7%, and annual payment of a state dividend to residents equivalent to about 25% of statutory income.
Fitch views the state's ability to draw on the assets in the PFER, if prudently structured, as a significant budget cushion, offsetting volatility in revenue from natural resources.
With fixed q, either the threshold [[pi].sub.thr] can be chosen or, as can be seen from (6) using equality, the upper bound for the PFER can be prespecified and the threshold can be derived accordingly.
Regarding the parameters needed to be specified for stability selection, we investigate two different error rates PFER [member of] {1,3} and a constant q = 20.
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Keynote speakers will include UK Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott; Klaus T"pfer of the United Nations Environment Programme; New Zealand Environment Minister Simon Upton; and Michael Zammit Cutajar from the UNFCCC-Secretariat.
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