Time Series Analysis (STAT 758) Fall 2006 Homework 1 Example Solution
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1. Estimate the model
Yt = a0 + a1t + a2t2 + 1u1t + 2u2t + d-1ud-1,t + t,
where t ~ WN(0,2) and ujt, j=1,d-1 are seasonal indicator var
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2.14: (12 points)
Xt = A cos(wt) + B sin(wt),
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1.3: (8 points)
EXt is independent of t since Xt is strictly stationary and EXt exists.
E(Xt+h Xt ) is independent of t since th
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Homework 3 Solutions for W4437
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2.1: (10 points)
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1.1: (9 points)
(a) E(Y c)2 = (c )2 2 + EY 2 , thus E(Y c)2 is minimized at c =
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a. Since Zt and Wt are uncorrelated, then so are Xt and Wt and hence Yt is stationary (see
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