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The Markov property is also ideal for forecasting. As the number of states increases from one to two or more, the difficulty of estimation increases by an order of magnitude. The unknown parameters in the model are Q, , 2 and the process ft g which indicates at each time point which state the process fˇt g is in. Two methods are used by Tyssedal 24 Forecasting Volatility in the Financial Markets and Tjostheim (1988) for estimation: method-of-moments and a least squares procedure. In method-of-moments estimation, to be able to evaluate moments of fXt g, fXt g must be stationary, and the moments of the desired order must exist.
Let r0 < r1 < Ð Ð Ð < rl be a subset of the real numbers, where r0 and rl are taken to be 1 and C1, respectively. e. where Ri D ri 1 , ri ] R D R1 [ R 2 [ Ð Ð Ð [ R l , Denoting Xt D Xt , Xt 1 , . . 24 T a1s a2s Ð Ð Ð aks 1 aks Ik 1 0 Bs D0 Hs D h1s 0 0 0 "t s D εt s , 0, 0, . . , 0 , C s D a0s , 0, . . , 0 and Rks D R ð Ð Ð Ð R ð Rs ð R Ð Ð Ð ð R is the cylinder set in the Cartesian product of k real lines, on the interval Rs with dth co-ordinate space (d some fixed integer belonging to f1, 2, .
Also, WN sequences are assumed to be independent of each other. This system is denoted by TARSO l; m1 , m10 , . . , ml , ml0 . This model enables another time series to determine the regime shifts for the fXt g series. If we were to plot two time series and find out that the regime shifts in one time series are correlated to the level of the other series, then the above model could be an appropriate tool to model the data. The important assumption is that although fYt g series affects fXt g series, the reverse is not necessarily true.