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An exogenous event can be defined as a happening that oc- curs at a specific point along a conceptual time-line and changes the world state by altering the value of one or more state variables.
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by P Zhang2021Cited by 1This paper studies a particular kind of temporal point process, with a focus on trying to identify exogenous events. The problem is formulated as a set function ...
by P Zhang2021Cited by 1We design TPP-SELECT, a novel event selection algorithm which, for any given MTPP model, simultaneously filters the exogenous events from a stream of unlabeled ...
The term exogenous is adopted by many disciplines as having an external cause or origin. In medicine it is attributable to a catalyst affecting one's health ...
by P Zhang2021Cited by 1To thisend, our goal in this paper is to identify the set of exogenous events from a set ofunlabelled events. To do so, we first formulate the parameter ...
In an economic model, an exogenous variable is one whose measure is determined outside the model and is imposed on the model, and an exogenous change is a ...
by Q Wu2022An exogenous burst can be understood as a sudden increase in comment arrival rates when influenced by external news or events, whose increment ...
by S Koyama2020Cited by 8Because the process of event occurrence is stochastic, parameter estimation is inevitably accompanied by errors, and it can ultimately occur ...
by M Röglinger2022Cited by 3From an organizational perspective, the pandemic constitutes an exogenous shock – an unanticipated, low-likelihood event stemming from the ...
9. A Practical Approach to Exogenous Events. Autoren: Richard Marney, Timothy Stubbs. Erschienen in: Corporate Debt Restructuring in Emerging Markets. Verlag: ...

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