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Asymptotic efficiency in the Autoregressive process driven by a stationary Gaussian noise

by   Marius Soltane, et al.

The first purpose of this article is to obtain a.s. asymptotic properties of the maximum likelihood estimator in the autoregressive process driven by a stationary Gaussian noise. The second purpose is to show the local asymptotic normality property of the likelihoods ratio in order to get a notion of asymptotic efficiency and to build an asymptotically uniformly invariant most powerful procedure for testing the significance of the autoregressive parameter.


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