Test Statistics for Parameter Changes in INAR(p) Models and a Simulation Study
AbstractIn the paper a change detection procedure is introduced for integervalued autoregressive processes which are inspired by the ordinary autoregressive model. The power of the test is investigated in a simulation study to determine how effectively it can detect changes in the key parameters of the process.
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