Normal Inverse Gaussian Autoregressive Model Using EM Algorithm

05/30/2021
by   Monika Singh Dhull, et al.
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In this article, normal inverse Gaussian (NIG) autoregressive model is introduced. The parameters of the model are estimated using Expectation Maximization (EM) algorithm. The efficacy of the EM algorithm is shown using simulated and real world financial data. It is shown that NIG autoregressive model fit very well the considered financial data and hence could be useful in modeling of various real life time-series data.

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