lsar.chgpt

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Estimation of the Change Point

Precisely estimate a change point of subinterval for locally stationary AR model.

Keywords
ts
Usage
lsar.chgpt(y, max.arorder = 20, subinterval, candidate, plot = TRUE, …)
Arguments
y

a univariate time series.

max.arorder

highest order of AR model.

subinterval

a vector of the form c(n0, ne) which gives a start and end point of time interval used for model fitting.

candidate

a vector of the form c(n1, n2) which gives minimum and maximum for change point.

n0+2k < n1 < n2+k < ne,

(k is max.arorder)

plot

logical. If TRUE (default), y[n0:ne] and 'aic' are plotted.

further arguments to be passed to plot.chgpt.

Value

An object of class "chgpt", which is a list with the following elements:

aic

AICs of the AR model fitted on [n1, n2].

aicmin

minimum AIC.

change.point

a change point.

subint

original sub-interval data and information.

References

Kitagawa, G. (2010) Introduction to Time Series Modeling. Chapman & Hall/CRC.

Aliases
  • lsar.chgpt
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# seismic data
data(MYE1F)
lsar.chgpt(MYE1F, max.arorder = 10, subinterval = c(200, 1000),
           candidate = c(400, 800))

lsar.chgpt(MYE1F, max.arorder = 10, subinterval = c(600, 1400),
           candidate = c(800, 1200))
# }
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