# Affine term structure model

An affine term structure model is a financial model that relates zero-coupon bond prices (i.e. the discount curve) to a spot rate model. It is particularly useful for deriving the yield curve – the process of determining spot rate model inputs from observable bond market data. The affine class of term structure models implies the convenient form that log bond prices are linear functions of the spot rate (and potentially additional state variables). (Wikipedia).

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Lecturer: Dr. Erin M. Buchanan Missouri State University Summer 2016 This lecture covers the basic terminology for structural equation modeling including: identification, scaling, variable types, manifest/latent variables, path coefficient types, endogenous/exogenous variables, degrees o

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Recorded 26 January 2023. Bruno Correia of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne presents "Exploring new molecular representations for the design of biological function" at IPAM's Learning and Emergence in Molecular Systems Workshop. Abstract: Finely orchestrated protein activities

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A stacky approach to crystalline (and prismatic) cohomology - Vladimir Drinfeld

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R - Latent Growth Models Lecture

Lecturer: Dr. Erin M. Buchanan Spring 2021 https://www.patreon.com/statisticsofdoom In this section, you will learn about latent growth models and how to analyze them in a similar fashion to multilevel models. You can learn more at: https://statisticsofdoom.com/page/structural-equation

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