Sensitivity of the portmanteau statistic in time series modeling
The portmanteau statistic is commonly used for testing goodness-of-fit of time series models. However, this lack of fit test may depend on one or several atypical observations in the series. We investigate the sensitivity of the portmanteau statistic in the presence of additive outliers. Diagnostics are developed to assess both local and global influence. Three practical examples demonstrate the usefulness of the proposed diagnostics.
Volume (Year): 28 (2001)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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