Block Sampler and Posterior Mode Estimation for a Nonlinear and Non-Gaussian State-Space Model with Correlated Errors
In a linear Gaussian state-space time series analysis, a disturbance smoother and a simula-tion smoother are widely used procedures for smoothing and sampling state or disturbance vectors given observations. Several smoothing procedures are also proposed for a non-Gaussian observation process. However, it is assumed that a state equation is linear and that an observation vector and a state vector are conditionally independent. These as-sumptions often need to be relaxed in the analysis of real data. Thus this article considers a general state-space model with a non-Gaussian observation process and a nonlinear state equation where an observation vector and a state vector are allowed to be dependent. We describe a disturbance smoother and a simulation smoother for such models and give numerical examples using simulated data and real data.
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