Long-Memory Time Series: Theory and Methods
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"...textbook for a graduate course summarizing the theory and methods developed to deal with long-range-dependent data, and describing some applications to real-life time series.... Problems and bibliographic notes are provided at the end of each chapter." (SciTech Book News, June 2007)
"I believe that this text provides an important contribution to the long-memory time series literature. I feel that it largely achieves its aims and could be useful for those instructors wishing to teach a semester-long special topics course.... I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in long-memory time series. Both researchers and beginners alike will find this text extremely useful." (Journal of the American Statisticial Association, Dec 2008)
"Very well-organized catalogue of long-memory time series analysis." (Mathematical Reviews, 2008)
"Judging by its contents and scope [the aim of this book] has been largely achieved.... The list of references is selective but quite comprehensive. Each chapter concludes with a 'Problems' section which should be helpful to instructors wishing to use this book as standalone basis for a course in its subject area..." (International Statistical Review, 2007)