We used the quartic kernel as our weighting scheme in this study.
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21) A quartic kernel function was used with adaptive bandwidth composed of 1% of the observations for each type of food establishment (n=1,929 for convenience stores, n=1,118 for fast-food restaurants and n=828 for supermarkets) and cell spacing of 100 m.
With quartic curve fitting, the tendency of [[beta].
4) [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] The roots of this quartic polynomial give the y coordinates of the intersections.
between triples, quadruples, and so forth, the number of assays grows with the cube, the quartic, and so on, of n.
In Column (ii), we report estimates of a regression model, which adds employment related variables: a quartic in years of work experience, occupational industry areas reported in the Wave I survey, and whether the surveyee reported that their employer would pay half or more of the cost of the MBA program.