Short-term Dependence in Time Series as an Index of Complexity: Example from the S&P-500 Index
AbstractThe capital market is a reflexive dynamical input/output construct whose output (time series) is usually assessed by an index of roughness known as Hurst’s exponent (H). Oddly enough, H has no theoretical foundation, but recently it has been found experimentally to vary from persistence (H > 1/2) or long-term dependence to anti-persistence (H
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Date of creation: 01 Mar 2012
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Publication status: Published in International Business Research No. 9.Volume(2012): pp. 38-48
Hurst Exponent; anti-persistence; fractal attractors; SDIC; chaos; inherent noise; market crashes; Renyi’s generalized fractal dimensions;
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