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Instead of checking to see whether each sample autocorrelation ρ(j ˆ ) falls inside the bounds defined in (a) above, it is also possible to consider the single statistic Q n h ρˆ 2 (j ). j 1 If Y1 , . . , Yn is a finite-variance iid sequence, then by the same result used in (a), Q is approximately distributed as the sum of squares of the independent N(0, 1) random √ variables, nρ(j ˆ ), j 1, . . , as chi-squared with h degrees of freedom. A large value of Q suggests that the sample autocorrelations of the data are too large for the data to be a sample from an iid sequence.

For an iid sequence it is clear that 1 (n − 1). 2 It can also be shown, under the same assumption, that µS ES σS2 Var (S) (n + 1)/12, and that for large n, S is approximately N µS , σS2 . A large positive (or negative) value of S − µS indicates the presence of an increasing (or decreasing) trend in the data. We therefore reject the assumption of no trend in the data if |S − µS |/σS > 1−α/2 . The difference-sign test must be used with caution. A set of observations exhibiting a strong cyclic component will pass the difference-sign test for randomness, since roughly half of the observations will be points of increase.

The Bartlett Press, Inc. m. Page 46 Stationary Processes The autocorrelation function (ACF) of {Xt } was defined similarly as the function ρ(·) whose value at lag h is ρ(h) γ (h) . γ (0 ) The ACVF and ACF provide a useful measure of the degree of dependence among the values of a time series at different times and for this reason play an important role when we consider the prediction of future values of the series in terms of the past and present values. They can be estimated from observations of X1 , .

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