Zerlegung ökonomischer Zeitreihen: Ein deterministischer und stochastischer Ansatz
The paper discusses a new seasonality hypothesis which is one part of a weighted regression approach for the decomposition of a time series into a trend, a seasonal component and an irregular component. It is shown that there exists a regression formulation leading, as in the descriptive approach in Schlicht (1981), to a unique decomposition withouit having recourse to initial values. It turns out that both solutions to the descriptive regression are conditional expected values in the stochastic specification. The decomposition as well as predciction are illustrated by examples
|Date of creation:||1984|
|Publication status:||Published in Allgemeines Statistisches Archiv 2 68(1984): pp. 161-175|
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- Schlicht, Ekkehart & Pauly, Ralf, 1983.
"Descriptive Seasonal Adjustment by Minimizing Perturbations,"
Munich Reprints in Economics
3346, University of Munich, Department of Economics.
- Schlicht, Ekkehart & Pauly, Ralf, 1982. "Descriptive Seasonal Adjustment by Minimizing Perturbations," Darmstadt Discussion Papers in Economics 16, Darmstadt University of Technology, Department of Law and Economics.
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