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25) ȡ(Ĳ) – Į1 ȡ(Ĳ-1) – Į2 ȡ(Ĳ-2) = 0 with the initial conditions ȡ(0) = 1 and ȡ(1) = Į1/(1 – Į2) for the autocorrelation function. Depending on the values of Į1 and Į2, AR(2) processes can generate quite different developments, and, therefore, these processes can show considerably different characteristics. 56 xt-2 + ut with a variance of ut of 1. 3) is stationary, given that we have stochastic initial conditions. The expected value of this process is ȝ = 1 . 6 . 31. 5 in which the (estimated) mean was subtracted.
This is to be expected given the theoretical autocorrelation function because random variables with a considerable distance between each other still have high positive correlations. 5 is much less systematic. The geometric decrease of the theoretical autocorrelation function is rather fast. 0625. 3, follows a well pronounced zigzag course with, however, alternating positive and negative amplitudes. This is consistent with the theoretical autocorrelation function indicating that all random variables with even-numbered distance are positively correlated and those with odd-numbered distance negatively correlated.
31) we get: Ȗ(0) = Į4 Ȗ(4) + ı2, Ȗ(1) = Į4 Ȗ(3), Ȗ(2) = Į4 Ȗ(2), Ȗ(3) = Į4 Ȗ(1), Ȗ(4) = Į4 Ȗ(0). From these relations we get 52 2 Univariate Stationary Processes Ȗ(0) = V2 , 1 D 24 Ȗ(1) = Ȗ(2) = Ȗ(3) = 0, Ȗ(4) = Į4 V2 . 1 D 24 As can easily be seen, only the autocovariances with lag Ĳ = 4j, j = 1, 2, ... are different from zero, while all other autocovariances are zero. Thus, for Ĳ > 0 we get the autocorrelation function D j for W 4 j, j 1, 2, ... ȡ(Ĳ) = ® 4 elsewhere. ¯0 Only every fourth autocorrelation coefficient is different from zero; the sequence of these autocorrelation coefficients decreases monotonically like a geometric series.