Models of Change in Quantitative Variables, Part I: Deterministic Models
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The author explores methodological issues in developing stochastic models for changes in quantitative variables. The general approach here is to treat observed distributions as reflecting distributions of probabilities of different qualitative states, and to perform the stochastic modeling on the probabilities. The approach treats standard linear structural equation systems as steady state outcomes of continuous time models of change. There is reference to “chapters” so it may have been written for a book. Related publications include Tuma, Hannan, and Groeneveld (1979) and Tuma and Hannan (1984).
Hannan, Michael T (2015). Models of Change in Quantitative Variables, Part I: Deterministic Models. Available electronically from
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