Overshooting

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Overshooting

The tendency of a pool of MBS to reflect an especially high rate of prepayments the first time it crosses the threshold for refinancing, specially if two or more years have passed since the date of issue without the weighted average coupon of the pool crossing the refinancing threshold.
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Interestingly, The Earth Overshoot Day measure (http://www.
If applied at a wide enough scale, such "negative emissions" could reduce temperatures after an overshoot.
Carbon emissions are the biggest contributor to the overshoot, with the greenhouse gas now making up 60% of humanity's demand on nature.
Bank of England officials use the prediction of an overshoot to signal that policy might need to be tighter than the yield curve implies.
Overshoot Day is getting earlier each year - in 2014 it fell on August 19.
Earth overshoot day has fallen a couple of days earlier than it did last year.
Since the mid 1980s, humanity has been demanding ecological services faster than the planet can regenerate them, a condition known as ecological overshoot.
If the whole world attained a US lifestyle, for example, the overshoot would be over 500%.
While this can be done for a short while, overshoot ultimately leads to the depletion of resources, such as the forests, oceans, and agricultural land.
In simple laboratory tasks such as pointing to a pre-determined location, researchers have observed that humans have a tendency to undershoot targets more often than overshoot them.
This difference operator typically causes ringing near waveform transitions [5] and, thereby, may increase the amplitudes of overshoot, undershoot, and other waveform aberrations.
The altitude hold function of the AFCS will overshoot selected altitudes due to limitations on its control authority, especially with a low power setting and high rates of descent.