Numerical Analysis in Econom(etr)ic Softwares: the Data-Memory Shortage Management
AbstractThe econometricians and the economic modelers have to know and use numerical analysis not only to have a good understanding of their results, but sometimes to built their own tools. The increasing tendency to the use of large-scale models leads the softwares to reach the limit of the saturation of the Data-Memory. In this paper, we present an intuitive procedure DMT - i.e. Disk-Matrix Technique - which could help econom(etr)ic software developers to correct the problem of the data-memory shortage during the building of their own software.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 9145.
Date of creation: 2005
Date of revision: 2007
Algorithms ; Numerical Analysis ; Econom(etr)ic Softwares ; Operating System ; Data-Memory ; Data Storage;
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