Interval-valued time series models: Estimation based on order statistics exploring the Agriculture Marketing Service data
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- Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera & Wei Lin, 2015. "Interval-valued Time Series Models: Estimation based on Order Statistics. Exploring the Agriculture Marketing Service Data," Working Papers 201505, University of California at Riverside, Department of Economics.
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KeywordsInterval-valued data; Order statistics; Intensity; Maximum likelihood estimation;
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