Manifold-based time series forecasting

12/15/2020
by   Nikita Puchkin, et al.
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Prediction for high dimensional time series is a challenging task due to the curse of dimensionality problem. Classical parametric models like ARIMA or VAR require strong modeling assumptions and time stationarity and are often overparametrized. This paper offers a new flexible approach using recent ideas of manifold learning. The considered model includes linear models such as the central subspace model and ARIMA as particular cases. The proposed procedure combines manifold denoising techniques with a simple nonparametric prediction by local averaging. The resulting procedure demonstrates a very reasonable performance for real-life econometric time series. We also provide a theoretical justification of the manifold estimation procedure.

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