Time Series Analysis
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BeschreibungEmphasizes basic methods for modeling linear dynamic systems. This book presents an understanding of basic concepts, such as multivariate random variables, stochastic processes, and regression-based methods. It covers topics that include spectral analysis, state space models, and recursive estimation.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface Introduction Examples of time series A first crash course Contents and scope of the book Multivariate random variables Joint and marginal densities Conditional distributions Expectations and moments Moments of multivariate random variables Conditional expectation The multivariate normal distribution Distributions derived from the normal distribution Linear projections Problems Regression-based methods The regression model The general linear model (GLM) Prediction Regression and exponential smoothing Time series with seasonal variations Global and local trend model-an example Problems Linear dynamic systems Linear systems in the time domain Linear systems in the frequency domain Sampling The z transform Frequently used operators The Laplace transform A comparison between transformations Problems Stochastic processes Introduction Stochastic processes and their moments Linear processes Stationary processes in the frequency domain Commonly used linear processes Non-stationary models Optimal prediction of stochastic processes Problems Identification, estimation, and model checking Introduction Estimation of covariance and correlation functions Identification Estimation of parameters in standard models Selection of the model order Model checking Case study: Electricity consumption Problems Spectral analysis The periodogram Consistent estimates of the spectrum The cross-spectrum Estimation of the cross-spectrum Problems Linear systems and stochastic processes Relationship between input and output processes Systems with measurement noise Input-output models Identification of transfer-function models Multiple-input models Estimation Model checking Prediction in transfer-function models Intervention models Problems Multivariate time series Stationary stochastic processes and their moments Linear processes The multivariate ARMA process Non-stationary models Prediction Identification of multivariate models Estimation of parameters Model checking Problems State space models of dynamic systems The linear stochastic state space model Transfer function and state space formulations Interpolation, reconstruction, and prediction Some common models in state space form Time series with missing observations ML estimates of state space models Problems Recursive estimation Recursive LS Recursive pseudo-linear regression (RPLR) Recursive prediction error methods (RPEM) Model-based adaptive estimation Models with time varying parameters Real life inspired problems Prediction of wind power production Prediction of the consumption of medicine Effect of chewing gum Prediction of stock prices Wastewater treatment: Using root zone plants Scheduling system for oil delivery Warning system for slippery roads Statistical quality control Modeling and control Sales numbers Modeling and prediction of stock prices Adaptive modeling of interest rates appendix A: The solution to difference equations appendix B: Partial autocorrelations appendix C: Some results from trigonometry appendix D: List of Acronyms appendix E: List of symbols Bibliography Index
PortraitTechnical University Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark
Pressestimmen"In this book the author gives a detailed account of estimation, identification methodologies for univariate and multivariate stationary time-series models. The interesting aspect of this introductory book is that it contains several real data sets and the author made an effort to explain and motivate the methodology with real data. ... this introductory book will be interesting and useful not only to undergraduate students in the UK universities but also to statisticians who are keen to learn time-series techniques and keen to apply them. I have no hesitation in recommending the book." -Journal of Time Series Analysis, December 2009 "The book material is invaluable and presented with clarity ... it is strongly recommended to libraries and all who are interested in time series analysis." -Hassan S. Bakouch, Tanta University, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society "Although the book is simply called Time Series Analysis, it is really a time series text for engineers-and that is a good thing ... I see this text as a marble cake, mixing time series analysis and engineering in harmony, frosted with applications, and ready for students to gobble up." -Joshua D. Kerr, California State University-East Bay, Journal of the American Statistical Association, June 2009, Vol. 104, No. 486 "It is a very important and useful book which can be seen as a text for graduates in engineering or science departments, but also for statisticians who want to understand the link between models and methods for linear dynamical systems and linear stochastic processes." -T. Postelnicu, Zentralblatt MATH, 2009
Untertitel: 'Chapman & Hall/CRC Texts in Statistical Science'. 69 black & white illustrations, 28 black & white tables. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2007
Seitenanzahl: 400 Seiten