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Time-series analysis of individual performances of older women on a serial gross motor task
Sandra K Johnson
Written in English
|Statement||by Sandra K. Johnson|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 295 leaves|
|Number of Pages||295|
EC / Time Series Analysis and Forecasting Winter , pm TTH (CH) Prof. K.-P. Lin (CH G, ) Office Hours: TTH & by appointment This course covers the methodology and applications of econometric time series analysis and forecasting, with focus on issues and problems of predicting the U.S. economy. Chapter 16 Cyclical Variation The second component of a time series is cyclical variation. A typical business cycle consists of a period of prosperity followed by periods of recession, depression, and then recovery. There are sizable fluctuations unfolding over more than one year in time above and below the secular trend. In a recession, for example, employment, pro . moving average) model which is the cornerstone of stationary time series analysis (Box & Jenkins, ). ARIMA (autoregressive integrated moving average models) on the other hand are used to describe nonstationary time series. Box and Jenkins suggest differencing a nonstationary time series to obtain a stationary series to which an ARMA. Different Sources of Variation are: Seasonal effect (Seasonal Variation or Seasonal Fluctuations) Many of the time series data exhibits a seasonal variation which is annual period, such as sales and temperature readings. Other Cyclic Changes (Cyclical Variation or Cyclic Fluctuations).
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Most (simple and widely used) models we have for time series are based on statistics, and they assume that the data is “stationary” (doesn't change its mean/average value over time).
Differencing is a very standard way to remove a “random” (stocha. A time series is a series of data points indexed (or listed or graphed) in time order. As seen above, wiki gives very straight forward definition, any data in a sequential time order.
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Chapter One is addressed to the general question: "why do we need non-linear time series models?" After describing some significant advantages of linear models, it. real-world time series data, pose challenges that render classic data mining algorithms ineffective and inefficient for time series.
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Trend analysis. Many time series contain trends, i.e. they are non-stationary. Trends may be linear, or have some more complex form, such as polynomial or logistic. Whatever the form of the trend it is usually preferable to remove and/or specify the trend explicitly prior to.
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Traditional methods of time series analysis are concerned with decomposing of a series into a trend, a seasonal variation and other irregular fluctuations.
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