Periodic moving average process

Tomáš Cipra

Aplikace matematiky (1985)

  • Volume: 30, Issue: 3, page 218-229
  • ISSN: 0862-7940

Abstract

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Periodic moving average processes are representatives of the class of periodic models suitable for the description of some seasonal time series and for the construction of multivariate moving average models. The attention having been lately concentrated mainly on periodic autoregressions, some methods of statistical analysis of the periodic moving average processes are suggested in the paper. These methods include the estimation procedure (based on Durbin's construction of the parameter estimators in the moving average processes and on Pagano's results for the periodic autoregressions) and the test of the periodic structure. The results are demonstrated by means of numerical simulations.

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Cipra, Tomáš. "Periodic moving average process." Aplikace matematiky 30.3 (1985): 218-229. <http://eudml.org/doc/15398>.

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