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Some correlation properties of spatial autoregressions

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  • Martellosio, Federico
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    This paper investigates how the correlations implied by a first-order simultaneous autoregressive (SAR(1)) process are affected by the weights matrix W and the autocorrelation parameter . We provide an interpretation of the covariances between the random variables observed at two spatial units, based on a particular type of walks connecting the two units. The interpretation serves to explain a number of correlation properties of SAR(1) models, and clarifies why it is impossible to control the correlations through the specification of W.

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    Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 13141.

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    Date of creation: Oct 2008
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    Keywords: simultaneous autoregressions; spatial autocorrelation; spatial weights matrices; walks in graphs;

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