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We also introduce a nonparametric approach to construct prediction intervals of updated forecasts, and compare the empirical coverage probability with an existing parametric method.
Our approaches are data-driven and computationally fast, and hence they are feasible to be applied in real time high frequency dynamic updating.
We present a nonparametric method to forecast a seasonal univariate time series, and propose four dynamic updating methods to improve point forecast accuracy.
We estimate a regression of HS on a constant, SP, and the lag of HS, with an AR(1) to correct for residual serial correlation, using data for the period 1959M01–1990M01, and then use the model to forecast housing starts under a variety of settings.
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The methods are demonstrated using monthly sea surface temperatures from 1950 to 2008.
Keywords: Functional time series, Functional principal component analysis, Ordinary least squares, Penalized least squares, Ridge regression, Sea surface temperatures, Seasonal time series.