Tuckwell, Neil Edward
An important requirement in analysing a time series generated
by an unknown stochastic process is to look for measurable periodicities.
Considering an economic time series as a finite realisation from this
process, a contributing source of variation within the data is usually
the seasonal component. If the amplitude of this known periodic
oscillation can be accurately estimated, the variation attributable to
the seasonal can be removed from the series, so making the problems...[Show more]
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