Equilibrium


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Equilibrium

The stable state of the system. See: Attractor.

Equilibrium

A state of stable prices brought about by the rough equality of supply and demand. This applies for consumer goods, securities, and most other goods and services.

equilibrium

a state of balance with no tendency to change. See EQUILIBRIUM MARKET PRICE, EQUILIBRIUM LEVEL OF NATIONAL INCOME, DISEQUILIBRIUM.
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In this section we establish existence of intermediate equilibrium allocations for three-or higher dimensional commodity spaces.
Then an intermediate two-stage equilibrium exists for generic consumer characteristics.
(1) Can a more accurate method to compute equilibrium concentrations of all ions and neutrals considered in Calcote's original analyses yield a value of the magnitude of the dominant charged specie which is closer to ion concentrations estimated from experimental data?
(3) What is the impact of elevated electron temperature (thermal non-equilibrium) on the equilibrium concentration of charged species in hydrocarbon combustion?
= [[epsilon].sub.r], then [x.sup.*] is the s + [[epsilon].sub.1]- concession equilibrium solution to GDMP at the value 0.
(5) If X has only a finite number of solutions, then the number of s-concession equilibrium solutions is finite, and there must be an [s.sup.*]-optimal concession equilibrium solution to GDMP.
The brown half stands for coffee which is the foundation of Equilibrium's expertise.
Externalities that guarantee equilibrium existence in competitive markets with adverse selection are modeled in Picard (2014) and von Siemens and Kosfeld (2014).
So how is a general equilibrium analysis going to afford a different perspective of the problem of population growth?
To complete the study of the equilibrium positions in the restricted fourbody problem one needs to consider the case when particle [P.sub.2] is situated in one of the collinear libration points [L.sub.1], [L.sub.2], [L.sub.3] and, therefore, the massive particles [P.sub.0], [P.sub.1], [P.sub.2] are located on the same straight line.
Throughout we compare the predictions from the learning models to each other and to the predictions obtained from a Nash equilibrium. The comparisons are made both in terms of mean square prediction error and in terms of predicting the cost of FR to National Grid.
There are two equilibrium points in system (1) for d > 0 and n [not equal to] 0: [E.sub.1] ([square root of ln d], [square root of ln d], b/n) and [E.sub.2](- [square root of ln d], - [square root of ln d], b/n).