Interpretation of the RAS method : absorption and fabrication effects are incorrect
The r and s vectors of the RAS method of updating matrices are presented often as corresponding to an absorption effect and a fabrication effect. Here, it is proved that these vectors are unidentified, so their interpretation in terms of fabrication and absorption effect is incorrect..
|Date of creation:||Jun 1999|
|Publication status:||published in The Annals of Regional Science, 2002, 36, 1, 139-144 et 2004, 38, 4, 741-749|
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