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We have come pretty far into our analysis of univariate time series. So far, we have considered some sort of time-based stochastic process *X_{t}, *dependent on current and previous noise and itself. However, what happens when in addition, we would like to model our **endogenous **process as also being dependent…

In the last article, we saw one important useful extension to the ARMA models: the Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average or ARIMA models, which formalize and integrate the differencing factor into the model. This time, we will see yet another very useful extension: seasonal component with the SARIMA models. …

In the last section, we learned about Gaussian Time Series, a powerful and flexible assumption when it comes to ARMA(p,q) parameters estimation. In this article, we will see how we can select the “best” model among a number of fitted models.

In the previous section, we saw how Gaussian assumptions…

In the last two articles, we saw a number of methods to independently estimate AR(p) and MA(q) coefficients, namely the Yule-Walker method, Burg’s Algorithm, and the Innovations Algorithm, as well as the Hannan-Risennan Algorithm, to jointly estimate ARMA(p,q) coefficients, by making use of initialized AR(p) and MA(q) coefficients with the…

In the last article, we learned about two algorithms to estimate the AR(p) process coefficients: the Yale-Walker equations method, and Burg’s algorithm. In this article, we will now see a very simple way to determine the MA(q) process coefficients, and a first approach to estimate the ARMA(p,q), jointly. …

In the last article, we discussed the extension of the Innovations algorithm for the more general ARMA(p,q) process, which allowed us to make predictionsf for arbitrary number of timesteps in the future. However, we still haven’t seen how to estimate the actual ARMA(p,q) model coefficients. In this article, we will…