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    • Sébastien Villemot's avatar
      New var_expectation_model statement and re-design of var_expectation operator · f3c2a1bf
      Sébastien Villemot authored
      Given a previously declared var_model, the var_expectation_model statement is
      used to declare a way of forming expectations with this VAR (possibly using a
      finite or infinite discounted sum). The var_expectation operator now takes a
      single argument, the name of the var_expectation_model.
      
      For the moment, this only works when the var_model is using equations
      explicitly declared in the model block.
      f3c2a1bf
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      aux_equations may diverge from those in the main model · b9ee0bb2
      Sébastien Villemot authored
      aux_equations only contain the definition of auxiliary variables, and
      may diverge from those in the main model (equations), if other model
      transformations applied subsequently. This is not a problem, since
      aux_equations is only used for regenerating the values of auxiliaries
      given the others.
      
      For example, such a divergence appears when there is an expectation
      operator in a ramsey model, see
      tests/optimal_policy/nk_ramsey_expectation.mod */
      b9ee0bb2
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