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Kreiss, Jens-Peter
Paparoditis, Efstathios
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Discussion Papers, Interdisciplinary Research Project 373: Quantification and Simulation of Economic Processes 2001,60
A bootstrap methodology for the periodogram of a stationary process is proposed which is based on a combination of a time domain parametric and a frequency domain nonparametric bootstrap. The parametric fit is used to generate periodogram ordinates and imitate the essential features of the data and the weak dependence structure of the periodogram while a nonparametric (kernel based) correction is applied in order to catch features not represented by the parametric fit. The asymptotic theory developed shows validity of the proposed bootstrap procedure for a large class of periodogram statistics. For important classes of stochastie processes, validity of the new procedure is established also for periodogram statistics not captured by existing frequency domain bootstrap methods based on independent periodogram replicates.
nonparametric estimators
ratio statisties, speetral means
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