Missing Observations and Additive Outliers in Time Series Models
The paper deals with estimation of missing observations in possibly nonstationary ARIMA models. First, the model is assumed known, and the structure of the interpolation filter is analysed. Using the inverse or dual autocorrelation function it is seen how estimation of a missing observation is analogous to the removal of an outlier effect; both problems are closely related with the signal plus noise decomposition of the series.
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