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    • Johannes Pfeifer 's avatar
      Add unit test for order=3 · 7e63b562
      Johannes Pfeifer authored
      The unit test uses the policy rules of Fernandez-Villaverde et al.
      (2011)'s "Risk matter" derived from Mathematica to compare them to the
      Dynare matrices. If the policy functions differ by more than 1e-9, an
      error is produced.
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    • Sébastien Villemot's avatar
      Remove oo_.dr.{nstatic,npred,nboth,nfwrd,nspred,nsfwrd} · c121aa14
      Sébastien Villemot authored
      Replace them by equivalents in M_ (and an extra one: M_.dynamic).
      
      IMPORTANT POINT: oo_.dr.npred used to count both purely backward and mixed/both
      variables. This was the cause of lots of confusion. The new M_.npred only
      counts purely backward variables.
      
      We now have the following indentities:
      
      M_.npred + M_.nboth + M_.nfwrd + M_.nstatic = M_.endo_nbr
      M_.nspred = M_.npred + M_.nboth
      M_.nsfwrd = M_.nfwrd + M_.nboth
      M_.ndynamic = M_.npred + M_.nboth + M_.nfwrd
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