Time Series Models and Mathematica

  • Robert A. Stine


This notebook introduces a package of Mathematica functions that manipulate autoregressive, integrated moving average (ARIMA) models. ARIMA models describe discrete-time stochastic processes—time series. The models are most adept at modeling stationary processes. Through differencing, however, these models accommodate certain forms of nonstationary processes as well.


Transfer Function Spectral Density Unit Circle Time Series Model ARMA Model 
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