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Shortly after the story begins, the Red Suns, a highly experienced racing team from Mount Akagi led by Ryosuke Takahashi, challenge the local Speed Stars team to a set of races on Mount Akina. Dispirited after watching the Red Suns' superior performance during a practice run, the Speed Stars expect to lose. Later that night, the Red Suns' #2 driver, Keisuke Takahashi, heading home after the last practice run, is defeated soundly by a mysterious Sprinter Trueno, despite driving a much more powerful Mazda RX-7 (FD3S). An investigation into the identity of the driver leads to Bunta Fujiwara, Takumi's father. While trying to do his best for the team on Mount Akina, Iketani suffers a crash and damages his car and injures himself. He is unable to take part in the race to represent his team. Iketani begs Bunta to help the Speed Stars defeat the Red Suns, and he initially refuses, later relenting to "maybe" show up at the race. At the same time, Takumi asks Bunta if he can borrow the car for a day to take a trip to the beach with a potential girlfriend (Natsuki Mogi), and Bunta seizes the moment by granting permission (plus a full tank of fuel) on the condition that Takumi defeats Keisuke. On the night of the race, the Trueno does not show up, and the Speed Stars enlist a backup driver (Kenji) for the first run. At the last moment before the race starts, the AE86 arrives. Takumi steps out of the car to the bewilderment of the Speed Stars, who were expecting Bunta. He easily defeats Keisuke by utilizing a dangerous "gutter run" technique (putting both the left/right tires into the gutters to prevent centrifugal force pushing the car outward) on the mountain road's hairpin corners.
In 1998, Initial D was adapted into an animated television series produced by OB Planning and Prime Direction. The first episode premièred on Fuji TV on April 8, 1998. The initial series ran for 26 weekly episodes with the finale airing on December 5, 1998.
In 2014, "Initial D Final Stage" became the latest installment in the anime series. Animax has aired its first two episodes on a pay-per-view basis on its own brand new ANIMAX PLUS channel, on May 16, 2014, on its new subscription VOD (Video On Demand) service, which allows subscribers to watch all the latest anime series. Initial D Final Stage will start right after where Fifth Stage left off. There are a total of four episodes that makes up this mini stage. The final two episodes were broadcast on June 22, 2014.
About the conventional ranges of temperature of the AD processes, a total treatment capacity for solid waste organics, excluding the tonnage used for sewage sludge and manures, evolved from 122,000 ton per year in 1990 to 1,037,000 ton available or under construction by the last decade in 53 plants across Europe, an increase by 750%. Both mesophilic and thermophilic technologies have been proven, with about 38% of capacity being operated at thermophilic temperatures. All digestion plants were initially operated at mesophilic temperatures. The first thermophilic plants were dry fermentation plants and came online in 1992 and 1993. The capacity of mesophilic operation increased by 350,000 ton during 1994 through 1999, while thermophilic capacity increased by 280,000 ton or 70,000 ton and 56,000 ton per year, respectively. During some years, more mesophilic plants are added while during other years more thermophilic capacity is constructed. No clear trend can be observed. It can be expected that the increase will be level for both temperature ranges, even though more suppliers are starting to provide thermophilic digestion. Thermophilic operation was developed later but has been established as a reliable and accepted mode of fermentation. It provides the added benefit of treating the waste at higher temperatures and thereby increasing pathogen kill-off during the anaerobic phase. The added amount of heat does not seem to stop companies operating thermophilically, as higher gas production yields and rates are being claimed by various suppliers .
As far as the daily biogas generation is concerned, during the first 3 days of stage 1 a significant level of production was observed due to the hydrolysis of the waste (Figure 4). The composition observed in this period is usual for hydrolytic phase: H2 (20%) and CO2 (80%), see Figure 5.
The supplementary estimation techniques proposed here are computationally simple and highly intuitive. Many economists have computed the means and variances of variables of interest in recessions and expansions, defined by the NBER's start and end dates. One can interpret such a mean inrecession periods as a weighted mean, with a weight of one assigned to periods designated as in recession, and a weight of zero assigned to other periods. The supplementary estimation procedure does essentially the same thing, taking weighted means and variances of the variables of interest - thetime series of end-of-sample observations - with the weights being probabilities of recession determined by first-stage estimation of a Markov switching model, so the weights are not constrained to be either zero and one as implied by the NBER dating. Hamilton (1990) showed that such weightedaverages are typically the maximum likelihood estimates of Markov switching model parameters; those results motivate the supplementary estimation procedure proposed here.
The first stage of the proposed procedure side-steps the small problem by maximizing (3) through period T, producing parameter estimates for , and . Hamilton (1990) proves that the maximum likelihood estimates of satistfy:
With now in hand as well as , and from the first stage, the usual recursion and smoothing techniques are applied to produce estimated probabilities through period , with the overall likelihood for the data as in (3). Probabilities and through period are produced in the standard way using(1) and (2). For periods , the updating changes to employ the likelihood of the end-of-sample data:
This is the basics of the procedure. Before moving on to the empirical applications below, a couple of additional points should be noted. First, in some situations discussed below I conducted first stage estimation on the entire sample , imposing for the last periods. Of course, in the second stage was computed in the same manner as outlined above and so was allowed to differ from . This modification did not pose any problems to the basic procedure, and since the ratio was small in each case, the estimated in the first stage largely reflect rather than the that govern the last observations. Second, it is clear thatthe second-stage procedure can be repeated as many times as desired. Assume that the analyst suspects that different types of data inhabit the last observations of the sample under consideration, so the likelihood is of the form:
As before, first stage maximum likelihood estimation of the model gives , and . Applying (8) to each different vintage type or forecast at the end of the sample yields ; again these are simple weighted averages, using the same weighs as in (13):
The multi-step nature of the procedure outlined in this paper has some appeal as well, as it allows the econometrician to handle an arbitrary number of different types of end-of-sample data at essentially zero computational cost. Often nothing more complicated than taking weighted means andvariances is required to compute parameters estimated in stages beyond the first, although computation of standard errors is more complicated. Furthermore, the sequential estimation procedure may reduce parameter estimation error compared to such a case where all parameters are estimated jointly.Consider the time series after an "advance" or "preliminary" release in application 3, described as a bivariate model with three different types of data at the end of the sample. A joint distribution of these data, conditional on the state of the world, is:
The forecasts are then constructed as follows. At the time of the "advance" release for quarter , almost a months worth of weekly data on new claims for unemployment insurance inquarter is available. The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's Business Outlook Survey for the first month of the quarter is typically available as well; the explanatory variablesin the "advance" information set are the Survey's diffusion index measuring general business activity and the average value for claims.14 At the time ofthe "preliminary" release for quarter , initial claims and the Business Outlook Survey are available for the first two months of the quarter. In addition, a wide range data on thefirst month of the quarter is available, including industrial production and non-farm payroll employment;15 employment growth added little explanatorypower, so I used the average of the two months of initial claims, the latest available Business Outlook Survey, and the latest available three month growth rate of industrial production as explanatory variables. One month of additional data on all these variables is available at the time of the"final" release for quarter ; the information set employed there is the latest three month growth rates of industrial production and payroll employment (growth rates from the middlemonth of quarter to the middle month of quarter ), and the latestavailable Business Outlook Survey, from the last month of quarter . A history of predicted values was stored from rolling regressions forecasting GDP and GDI using each informationset.16
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